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TheFacto

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  1. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0822M7BS5/ref=as_li_qf_asin_il_tl?ie=UTF8&tag=scattervoltyt-20&creative=9325&linkCode=as2&creativeASIN=B0822M7BS5&linkId=1ba3a61614ca67f631fe7d8c5e6d96df
  2. If a motherboard was dead would it still have the CPU fans spin and turn on the peripherals?
  3. No debug lights that I can see turn on on the motherboard. The fans spin up normally. Just replugged in the CPU power cable for the 5th time and cleared CMOS. Still nothing. Really betting it being a ram issue, can ram do that?
  4. Yeah, used the exact CPU. I bought the one he linked in the description. Pretty sure the board can support that CPU since he never mentioned anything about the bios and the other guys that got it had everything work fine,.
  5. I originally thought it was the DVI but I used the HDMI that works perfectly fine for my xbox and there was still no signal
  6. 1 ram stick, I just ordered two hyper x 2400 mhz (same frq as used in the vid). CPU cable is in as well, I plugged it and replugged it in multipletimes.
  7. Built the PC as seen here, I used the identical parts listed apart from the ram. I went with a single stick of ddr4 2600 mhz 8gb of ram. This build lacks a GPU, its a integrated graphics system so I can't plug the monitor into a graphics card. This is my first PC build. When I plug my monitor into the DVI port on the motherboard and boot the PC up the monitor says there's no signal. I thought it was a monitor issue so I tried to plug my TV in through the HDMI port and there was no signal still. Don't know what to do, I'm thinking its a ram issue but I need a professionals help.
  8. Nope, don't have a singular light on the board that's lit up. I'm thinking it could potentially be the ram because that's the only part I didn't get from the video. This ram is 2600 mhz and not 2400 mhz like in the video.
  9. Followed this tutorial I have all the parts listed in this video apart from the ram, there's no GPU only a CPU with integrated graphics as well. I plugged in my monitor into the PC and turned it on, fans started spinning but there's no output to the monitor. I don't know what the issue could be, I replugged everything in. Since there's no GPU I only have the motherboard DVI and HDMI. I plugged in my TV as well into the HDMI to test it out and it still didn't get any display.
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