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New Pc not booting

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Built a pc lately wich doesnt turn on. after some troubleshooting its the motherboard. But it is new cuz the last one didnt boot as well. Yes i plugged the front panel connectors in the right place

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Devil is in the details... need more information than what you provided.

 

My guess with the limited info you have given is you have a bad PSU. But that's just a shot in the dark.

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20 minutes ago, Bad5ector said:

Devil is in the details... need more information than what you provided.

 

My guess with the limited info you have given is you have a bad PSU. But that's just a shot in the dark.

Not a bad guess.  Old motherboard didn't work, new one doesn't work,  I'd look at PSU given what we know as well.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

Its a b450m steel legend with ryzen 5 2600. Its not the psu i tested it with two different psu(wich are working). I tested all the components its the motherboard but its new

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Has it ever worked? 

 

If not, are you using the motherboard standoffs or screwing directly into the case. If you're using the standoffs maybe check for one that isn't lined up with a mounting hole. Might be shorting the system.

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