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Lsat0902

Computer not displaying, possibly dead CPU

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Posted · Original PosterOP

One morning I woke up and turned on my PC to find that It would not display to my monitor. I trouble shot everything in the book, new cords, switching ports, reseting the ram/CMOS ECT.  Nothing I did made the PC work, my monitor even continues to go to sleep because its not even getting a signal from the PC. I sent my MOBO to ASUS under RMA and they sent me back a new one, but when I put everything back together I had the same problem. The only thing I can think now is that the CPU is dead. If you have any ideas on what I can try before I call AMD and send in my CPU for warranty, please let me know.

 

PS; It's a Ryzen 5 1600X Never overclocked, purchased brand new. 

 

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you definitely have a gpu yes?(idk how it would have worked anyway its just a troubleshooting question, the 1600x doesnt have an igpu), make sure youre using the display outputs on the gpu

are there any signs that the pc is turning on or is there just no display?

try changing ram and ram slots, and reseating power cables etc

maybe take it in to a local computer shop to see if they can figure out anything


CPU: i5-4690k @ 4.4 GHz | RAM: 12GB DDR3 1333MHz | GPU: Sapphire Pulse RX 580 4GB 

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
6 hours ago, 191x7 said:

The PSU powers up? Tried running the system outside the case?

The whole system powers up. Light on the other board, all the case fans, GPU lights, ECT, I have not tried running it out of the case, how would that help?

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
6 hours ago, DakotaWebber said:

you definitely have a gpu yes?(idk how it would have worked anyway its just a troubleshooting question, the 1600x doesnt have an igpu), make sure youre using the display outputs on the gpu

are there any signs that the pc is turning on or is there just no display?

try changing ram and ram slots, and reseating power cables etc

maybe take it in to a local computer shop to see if they can figure out anything

 Yes I deffedently have a GPU,  and the whole system starts running, but its jut not displaying anything

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12 minutes ago, Lsat0902 said:

I have not tried running it out of the case, how would that help?

 

It would prevent grounding issues for the motherboard mounting screws, contacts that shouldn't be there etc.

 

Can you try with a different GPU?

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