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TheFacto

Just built a PC, fans spin but there's no display output.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

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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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, emosun said:

have the extra cpu power cable plugged in?

Extra CPU power cable? Whats that

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do you see any debug lights on the board lit up?

msi along with your board manual do not list any sort of debug or buzzer codes for your board that would help with diagnosing the problem. I kinda hate msi

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Posted · Original PosterOP

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.

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Just now, TheFacto said:

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.

take the ram out and see if the ram light on the board lights up . it will at least confirm that the system that detects faults on the board is working

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-> Moved to Troubleshooting


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