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Pc not posting

Go to solution Solved by narrdarr,

It looks good now. 

Sound like it was a ram issue

Go into it bios then apply optimal default settings. Then go back into the bios apply xmp.

Just changed my cpu waterblock and not my pc isn't posting. USB and HDMI not detected. Is this a broken mobo 

Specs 

I7 8700k 

1660ti 

Z370-F mobo

32gb corsair 3200 ram 

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55 minutes ago, narrdarr said:

Need more info.

Z370-F motherboard. Tried to reset cmos and doesn't work. Taken ram out and doesn't work 

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2 hours ago, HDshiny said:

Just changed my cpu waterblock and not my pc isn't posting. USB and HDMI not detected. Is this a broken mobo 

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Try remounting the water block.  Could be a pressure issue.

Current Build

I5 4460

Hyper Evo 212

Gigabyte Z87X-D3H

WD 1TB HDD

XFX RX 480 RS 4GB

Thermaltake Toughpower 650w DPS RGB 80+Gold

16 Gigs ddr3 1600 Patriot Ram

Mixture of Phanteks and Thermaltake Fans

Phanteks P400S

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1 hour ago, Zusafek said:

Try remounting the water block.  Could be a pressure issue.

Just tried that. Still the same issue. Just don't know how everything is working apart from UBS ports and HDMI ports 

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So far tried resetting cmos. Changing ram around. Got a new mobo and still happening 

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Now it takes about 3 mins for the pc to detect a monitor and then this comes up 

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27 minutes ago, narrdarr said:

How much ram are you suppose to have?

32gb of corsair 3200 ram 

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33 minutes ago, narrdarr said:

How much ram are you suppose to have?

That's what it's saying now 

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It looks good now. 

Sound like it was a ram issue

Go into it bios then apply optimal default settings. Then go back into the bios apply xmp.

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1 hour ago, narrdarr said:

It looks good now. 

Sound like it was a ram issue

Go into it bios then apply optimal default settings. Then go back into the bios apply xmp.

Sorted now. Jeez man it's stressful. Got a new motherboard out of it tho haha 

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