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No Signal!! TR 1920x Taichi RX570 Build

Jzwicks
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Hello everyone!

 

Gear list:

 

Threadripper 1920x NEW

ASrock x399 Taichi mobo USED

Vengance LPX 2 x 8gb 3000 DDR4 RAM  USED

Corsair TX750M NEW

MSI Armour RX 570 NEW

 

I am doing my very first PC build and I have everything wired up and it all seems to have power, the fans spin and lights show up. The motherboard pulses a blue light and when I hit the power button everything comes on, except no life from the GPU. In the manual is says the fans may not spin if its not hot enough. I checked the cable and it define tally seated int eh GPU properly but when I boot everything up there is no signal to the monitor. I am certain the monitor works because I had just unplugged it from my mac book.

 

There is no error on the MOBO, not sure what to do here! Help me pro's! Help me! Please!

 

Thank you in advance for your endless wisdom.

 

Thanks,

 

Jeff 

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have you plugged in the CPU power connector?

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2 minutes ago, Jurrunio said:

have you plugged in the CPU power connector?

is that normally an 8pin connector? The PSU is semi modular and has the 24pin motherboard power and another cable I didn't know what it was but its 8pin, could this be it?

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Both of these connections should be made.  The eight pin is a must, the 4 pin is recommended.

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Thats it forsure! Says CPU right on it. But once I plugged that in and now the only thing that will power on is the motherboard, the fans and lights no linger turn on. I power on the CPU and then press power on the mobo there is a small click from the PSU and then nothing happens. no more click after the first one unless I power down the CPU.

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3 minutes ago, Jzwicks said:

Thats it forsure! Says CPU right on it. But once I plugged that in and now the only thing that will power on is the motherboard, the fans and lights no linger turn on. I power on the CPU and then press power on the mobo there is a small click from the PSU and then nothing happens. no more click after the first one unless I power down the CPU.

Take the other 4+4 CPU power cable and plug it into the other CPU power connection on the board.  The one thats on the top left corner as you look at it.

You can see it's not plugged in in the pictures.

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4 minutes ago, Jzwicks said:

Thats it forsure! Says CPU right on it. But once I plugged that in and now the only thing that will power on is the motherboard, the fans and lights no linger turn on. I power on the CPU and then press power on the mobo there is a small click from the PSU and then nothing happens. no more click after the first one unless I power down the CPU.

Just go through and check every power connection, make sure they're all in. The 6/8 pin on the GPU, 24 pin on the mobo, 4+4 pin for the CPU, and if you have another 4 pin free then put that in the extra 4 pin CPU power on the mobo to make sure. Check all the fan connections too. 

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1 minute ago, Zando Bob said:

Just go through and check every power connection, make sure they're all in. The 6/8 pin on the GPU, 24 pin on the mobo, 4+4 pin for the CPU, and if you have another 4 pin free then put that in the extra 4 pin CPU power on the mobo to make sure. Check all the fan connections too. 

Okay copy that, Will do a very close check and will report back, thank you for all the help.

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5 hours ago, Jzwicks said:

Okay copy that, Will do a very close check and will report back, thank you for all the help.

Ive checked through everything. I there is 2 CPU power connections on the board 1 x 8pin connector that is plugged in and a 4pin connector that my power supply does not have a cable for. I looked online and it turns out you dont need both plugged in. All the fan and everything works before I plug in the 8PIN CPU power but as soon as I try it with it plugged in. CLICK, nothing. 

 

I also tried to only plug in the 4PIN CPU power and the same thing happened.

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