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No boot!!!! GIGABYTE X470 AORUS ULTRA GAMING

So a few days ago I builded my own gaming desktop. I used the following parts:

- RAM: AORUS 16 GB DDR4-3200 Kit

- Processor: AMD Ryzen 5 2600X, 3,6 GHz (4,25 GHz Turbo Boost) socket AM4 processor

- Motherboard: GIGABYTE AORUS X470 Ultra Gaming, socket AM4 moederbord

 

I can't get this build to boot. With everything connected the mobo leds flash the CPU, DRAM, VGA, boot lights.

As you can see in the video, my pc is running but then the lights of the fans stop working.

Please any suggestions would really help. This is my first build and I have no spare parts to test with.

 

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I think this mobo has BIOS flashback? T

Try:

-clear CMOS

-update bios via flashback

-reseating everything. Also CPU

-are all the power cables plugged correctly?

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40 minutes ago, boggy77 said:

Can you get into bios? Do you have the ram in slots 2 and 4?

No, I don't get anything on my screen. Ram is installed correctly.
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32 minutes ago, Metallus97 said:

I think this mobo has BIOS flashback? T

Try:

-clear CMOS

-update bios via flashback

-reseating everything. Also CPU

-are all the power cables plugged correctly?

 
I will do my best to give this a try!
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So I cleared the CMOS, but unfortunately still the same. My motherboard works cause if I plug in my mouse in one of the USB slots then the rgb of my mouse lights up.

I have also 4 case fans and 3 of them are turning and 2 of them are lighted (blue color) and the last one runs about 10 sec after I pressed the power button.

 

I don't know whats going on. Checked my CPU but no broken pins so re-installed it (with thermal paste and cooler)

 

Somebody knows whats going on?

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3 minutes ago, boggy77 said:

Do you have a gpu? Have you plugged in the monitor in the gpu? Have you plugged in the power cables in the gpu?

It's usually a power cable installed in the wrong place

Yes I have a GPU, but it's a very old one and I need to buy a new one. It's a GPU without a power cable I think. Can this be the problem?

 

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5 minutes ago, ThePowerLeopard said:

Yes I have a GPU, but it's a very old one and I need to buy a new one. It's a GPU without a power cable I think. Can this be the problem?

 

 

Unless the gpu is dead, or you're not connecting your monitor to it, it should work.

Check all the other power cables

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1 minute ago, boggy77 said:

Unless the gpu is dead, or you're not connecting your monitor to it, it should work.

Check all the other power cables

The GPU is working fine, cause it worked in my old desktop. All the cables are plugged in correctly I think.

 

Can it be the bios?

 

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9 minutes ago, ThePowerLeopard said:

Yes I have a GPU, but it's a very old one and I need to buy a new one. It's a GPU without a power cable I think. Can this be the problem?

 

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wich model is that? Some old ones dont work with newer platforms like yours is one

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Just now, Metallus97 said:

wich model is that? Some old ones dont work with newer platforms like yours is one

It's the Asus IEN8400GS SILENT/HTP/256M. It's a very old one so this might be the problem.

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1 minute ago, ThePowerLeopard said:

It's the Asus IEN8400GS SILENT/HTP/256M. It's a very old one so this might be the problem.

Cant tell for sure but could very well be. 

did you try the steps I wrote before?

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3 minutes ago, Metallus97 said:

Cant tell for sure but could very well be. 

did you try the steps I wrote before?

I removed the CMOS battery and waited 2min, then placed it back. I don't know how to update the bios via flashback. I removed the CPU, checked the pins and placed it back in. All the cables are correctly installed.

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12 minutes ago, ThePowerLeopard said:

I'm waiting to buy the Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4GB OC because I want to game xd

 

okay, but please dont buy that one. Thats outdated and there are better cards with more power for same price!

 

Wich games/resolutions do you want to play and how much $$ do you have for the new GPU?

A AMD rx 590 will outperform the 1050ti by 40-50% and is the same price. At least in Germany, not on your site there. But you can ordern in Germany and ship to NL :P 

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2 minutes ago, Metallus97 said:

okay, but please dont buy that one. Thats outdated and there are better cards with more power for same price!

 

Wich games/resolutions do you want to play and how much $$ do you have for the new GPU?

Hmm, it's for games like csgo, rainbow six siege, league of legends, such stuff. Not the super graphic games. Under the 200€. What do you think I should buy?

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5 minutes ago, Metallus97 said:

Thanks I really appreciate your help. I will look into it.

 

My motherboard has integrated graphics right? So it should be possible to boot without a GPU?

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1 minute ago, ThePowerLeopard said:

Thanks I really appreciate your help. I will look into it.

 

My motherboard has integrated graphics right? So it should be possible to boot without a GPU?

The Mobo can output it, but your CPU doesn't have. So no: you need a eGPU to boot the sys

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9 minutes ago, Metallus97 said:

The Mobo can output it, but your CPU doesn't have. So no: you need a eGPU to boot the sys

Ok, so the only option is to buy a new GPU?

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2 minutes ago, ThePowerLeopard said:

Ok, so the only option is to buy a new GPU?

From what I read form you yes. Maybe you can borrow one form a buddy, to test with?

Or depending on where you live you can go to a hardware store and have them lend you a card to check with.

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1 minute ago, Metallus97 said:

From what I read form you yes. Maybe you can borrow one form a buddy, to test with?

Or depending on where you live you can go to a hardware store and have them lend you a card to check with.

Ok, thanks for helping me!!!

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1 hour ago, Metallus97 said:

From what I read form you yes. Maybe you can borrow one form a buddy, to test with?

Or depending on where you live you can go to a hardware store and have them lend you a card to check with.

BIG UPDATE:

Somehow I managed to start windows (so my graphics card is working), but I have one problem.

Normally my 4 case fans have lights (blue) but now the lights are off.

When I boot 2 of the 4 are lighted but then shut down.

If you need a video just ask. You know a solution?

 

 

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