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Asus X570-E gaming motherboard wont post

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I’m having trouble reaching the post screen, the white VGA light and yellow boot light are staying on, motherboard has integrated graphics. I’m hearing both a single beep with three short beeps and a single beep with four beeps after it. And I know that means VGA isn’t detected and hardware failure, but I can’t find out what. I need help

 

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8 minutes ago, aaron949 said:

motherboard has integrated graphics

I believe you are mistaken. Since you have not listed a graphics card I assume you plugged into the video ports of the motherboard, but since the CPU does not have integrated graphics, the motherboard's video ports will remain inactive.


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16 minutes ago, aaron949 said:

I’m having trouble reaching the post screen, the white VGA light and yellow boot light are staying on, motherboard has integrated graphics. I’m hearing both a single beep with three short beeps and a single beep with four beeps after it. And I know that means VGA isn’t detected and hardware failure, but I can’t find out what. I need help

 

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Video ports do not mean the board has integrated graphics.  They are just there because G series CPUs have integrated graphics and need those ports to use that feature.

 

Any CPU that is not a 2200G/2400G/3200G/3400G will require a dedicated GPU.

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if your CPU doesnt have integrated graphics, the display outputs at the back are useless. They dont do a thing


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I don't see a GPU in that parts list...


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Just a heads up...you might want to check the label on the box for the Ryzen 9 3900X...same box that mine came in too...should say somewhere on it "Discreet Graphics Card required". Go buy yourself a decent graphics card..the 3900X is a beast that needs decent pixel pushing power!

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