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I recently got myself a Ryzen 2600 to replace by 2400g, but after swapping them I can't get a post. All of components were untouched in the process and it was working perfectly before I started this.

 

I have tried putting the 2400g back on and using both igpu and separate GPU through hdmi and dp, still no luck. Have done the usual steps of single stick of ram, only the m.2 boot drive connected, had the CMOS battery out for ~4 hours. All to no avail with either processor.

 

U suspect I've s rewed the mobo as when I first tried to remove the old CPU the heatsink was pretty well stuck and I tried pulling it straight off so thought maybe that could have damaged the socket (but the CPU stayed put and is unscathed)? Also my screwdriver slipped whilst loosening the heatsink and hit the motherboard, but I don't think it hit any onboard components. 

Any help/suggestions would be greatly received.

 

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3 minutes ago, Cornish said:

I recently got myself a Ryzen 2600 to replace by 2400g, but after swapping them I can't get a post. All of components were untouched in the process and it was working perfectly before I started this.

 

I have tried putting the 2400g back on and using both igpu and separate GPU through hdmi and dp, still no luck. Have done the usual steps of single stick of ram, only the m.2 boot drive connected, had the CMOS battery out for ~4 hours. All to no avail with either processor.

 

U suspect I've s rewed the mobo as when I first tried to remove the old CPU the heatsink was pretty well stuck and I tried pulling it straight off so thought maybe that could have damaged the socket (but the CPU stayed put and is unscathed)? Also my screwdriver slipped whilst loosening the heatsink and hit the motherboard, but I don't think it hit any onboard components. 

Any help/suggestions would be greatly received.

Clear CMOS, see what that does. And with the 2600 make sure your HDMI cable is plugged into the GPU. 


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11 minutes ago, Kilrah said:

Latest BIOS?

As @Cornish said, he swapped back the 2400g and still no luck.

11 minutes ago, TheDailyProcrastinator said:

Clear CMOS, see what that does. And with the 2600 make sure your HDMI cable is plugged into the GPU. 

He did, read the post before asking for advice.

 

Cornish:

 

My bet is that it's probably a problem with your motherboard of some description, look carefully near the CPU socket where you hit it with the screwdriver to see if you broke any of the traces near the CPU socket.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Thanks all,.

@Kilrah it might not be the absolute latest bios, but it is one from the last 12 months so supports the 2600 (and it did support the 2400g which doesn't work anymore).

@TheDailyProcrastinator Did try the CMOS battery and yes, monitor was.plugged into GPU, though did try plugged into onboard as well when I put the 2400g back in.

 

@BlueScope819 that's my suspicion as well, will have to get it fully out to have a close look, but if it is a damaged trace then I don't think there's anything I can do about it is there?

 

 

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25 minutes ago, Cornish said:

@BlueScope819 that's my suspicion as well, will have to get it fully out to have a close look, but if it is a damaged trace then I don't think there's anything I can do about it is there?

No, unfortunately not.


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