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New PC Build not Booting - need assistance

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MSi Tomahawk Max

Ryzen 3600x

AMD stock CPU cooler

RTX 2060

16 GB Corsair vengeance 3600mhz

 

So, connected everything as normal. I'm not a complete novice this is my 3rd build.

 

Went to power on for first time. Fans spun for a second then nothing. Took out board and put back on its box. Disconnected the GPU and storage. Same thing happened. Reseated the CPU and cooler (no bent pins). Same. Tried PSU on my old board and it powered up fine. Moved RAM around. Same result. 

 

So I'm certain it's not a short as it behaves this way on the box. PSU powered my old board up fine. I'm really at my wit's end now. Any help much appreciated. 

 

Says it's ready for 3rd gen Ryzen on the motherboard box.

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Are you able to try old ram? or ensure your ram works on your old board first? then try 1 stick in different slots?

 

If not I would consider a dead board and consider RMAing

Gaming Build:

CPU: Ryzen 7 3800x   |  GPU: Asus ROG STRIX 2080 SUPER Advanced (2115Mhz Core | 9251Mhz Memory) |  Motherboard: Asus X570 TUF GAMING-PLUS  |  RAM: G.Skill Ripjaws DDR4 3600MHz 16GB  |  PSU: Corsair RM850x  |  Storage: 1TB ADATA XPG SX8200 Pro, 250GB Samsung 840 Evo, 500GB Samsung 840 Evo  |  Cooler: Corsair H115i Pro XT  |  Case: Lian Li PC-O11

 

Peripherals:

Monitor: LG 34GK950F  |  Sound: Sennheiser HD 598  |  Mic: Blue Yeti  |  Keyboard: Corsair K95 RGB Platinum  |  Mouse: Logitech G502

 

Laptop:

Asus ROG Zephryus G15

Ryzen 7 4800HS, GTX1660Ti, 16GB DDR4 3200Mhz, 512GB nVME, 144hz

 

NAS:

QNAP TS-451

6TB Ironwolf Pro

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Statik said:

Are you able to try old ram? or ensure your ram works on your old board first? then try 1 stick in different slots?

 

If not I would consider a dead board and consider RMAing

 

I'm afraid not, my old system was DDR3.

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