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PLS HELP FIRST BUILD DOESNT TURN ON PROPERLY

Hi all, I need help. 

 

I just finished my first build, when I turned it on the LED on the mobo flashed for a second before turning off completely, the LED on the GPU not working and not a single fan in the case, cpu cooler or gpu fans are working. the ram rgb remains on while everything else is off. idk what to do pls help.

 

more info: psu plugged into MOBO, CPU and GPU, fans all plugged in, ssd in slot cpu cooler connected. Im guessing this is either a PSU or a MOBO problem. Im preety  sure I plugged everything correctly aswell: mobo power cable with notch to the right and cpu power cable notch to the top.

 

 

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1 minute ago, made zos ion said:

maybe a psu problem?

Maybe maybe, or maybe a mobo problem aswell im not sure. might be that I plugged something in wrong aswell. idk 

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1 minute ago, made zos ion said:

does it beep when you start it up?

the mobo led beeps and then no more ram lights up 

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Just now, made zos ion said:

question, when building did you use an anti static bracelet?

no, I had shoes on and build on a mouse pad on top of  wooden table, the floor in my room is wood, outside of my room its carpet

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What are the specs of your computer?

I am far from an expert in this so please correct me if I’m wrong.

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1 minute ago, zeusthemoose said:

What are the specs of your computer?

Ill send in a min, sending photos of the build rn

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Just now, made zos ion said:

static electricity I believe is the cause

 

I asked on this forum and they said I didnt need one.

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1 minute ago, made zos ion said:

static electricity I believe is the cause

 

Highly unlikely. Static electricity is a very small risk now a days. Unless op is in an area prone to high static electricity, the cause is almost certainly something other than esd.

Just now, Tucci149 said:

I asked on this forum and they said I didnt need one.

you dont

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 The humidity of your environment will also affect how much static electricity you're going to build up. If your room is dry, you're at a greater risk. ... As this video shows, PC components can definitely be rendered useless by static discharge. But even the testers there say they never wear an anti-static band.
 
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1 minute ago, made zos ion said:
 The humidity of your environment will also affect how much static electricity you're going to build up. If your room is dry, you're at a greater risk. ... As this video shows, PC components can definitely be rendered useless by static discharge. But even the testers there say they never wear an anti-static band.
 

I live in a preety humid city and its rained today, my house is not that well insulated either

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oh, could be a defect in the motherboard, but thats highly unlikely. hmm trying to think..

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Can you confirm that ive plugged everything correctly please? im preety sure I did but just to be sure

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The ram turns ON after I turn off the psu and after about 5 seconds it turns off

 

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