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Just upgraded mobo, no display!

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FIXED IT! It was the RAM. One of my sticks was faulty. Just tested them one by one and then my PC booted. Thanks for your time and help everyone!

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Just did a pretty big upgrade, jumped to a i7 9700k with a new mobo and ddr4 ram.

 

Turned it on, all of the fans and rgb works, but there's no display, any ideas?

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Dump question, i know, but it can happen to all of us.

Did you maybe plug-in to your bios disabled onboard graphics instead of your GPU after upgrading?

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Could be anything based on your description. You should provide the following information for a better chance of us being able to help you:

  • What is your motherboard model?
  • What have you tried already?
  • What debug codes/lights/beeps are seeing/hearing?

Make sure to quote me or use @PorkishPig to notify me that you replied!

 

 

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1 minute ago, jonahadami said:

Dump question, i know, but it can happen to all of us.

Did you maybe plug-in to your bios disabled onboard graphics instead of your GPU after upgrading?

Nope, I'm pluged right into my gpu

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31 minutes ago, PorkishPig said:

Could be anything based on your description. You should provide the following information for a better chance of us being able to help you:

  • What is your motherboard model?
  • What have you tried already?
  • What debug codes/lights/beeps are seeing/hearing?

I have a ASUS ROG STRIX B365-F, I don't have a post speaker, I haven't tried anything except switching monitors

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52 minutes ago, emosun said:

does the motherboard have a make and model or is it unbranded

ASUS ROG STRIX B365-F

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FIXED IT! It was the RAM. One of my sticks was faulty. Just tested them one by one and then my PC booted. Thanks for your time and help everyone!

20200518_1934561111111111.jpg

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