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Hello.

psu Aero bronce 650w

motherboard Asus prime H310M-D R2.0

cpu Intel core i5 8600k

gpu Geforce gtx 1060 3 gb

 

I was very excited when i got a I5 8600k cpu from my nephew last week, but turned quickly into horror. I took out the old cpu (i5 6400) from the mobo that was a H110M-M32 and thought it was a easy swap but no... nothing...i figured out the mobo and the cpu didnt fit together. Went to the local shop where bought the new mobo and some new ram (16 gb 2666 ddr4) went home and put it all together, new mobo, new ram, new cpu and again black screen saying no video input but could hear the pc running. Back to the shop, they was trying with the same result, they ordered a new mobo, they installed it and again with the same result, took out the gpu and it worked result...but I just got the gpu as well and it ran on the old setup.They tryed another gpu with same result.. no video input signal, they change the psu...same result, tryed another i5 and it worked. They told me it had to be the cpu that was broken when i tryed in the old mobo, but why is it working fine without gpu installed.

Hope you understand the questions

Have a nice day all readers.

Torben

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12 minutes ago, Torbenvilladsen said:

They told me it had to be the cpu that was broken when i tryed in the old mobo, but why is it working fine without gpu installed.

That mobo is actually very low end. Maybe the mobo just doesn't like the relatively new (and for the boards VRMs very powerful) 8600k combined with the 1060. If you can, try to get a better mobo and try again. The fact that the CPU runs on its own and also the GPU isn't dead looks like it's the mobos fault.Could be related to a very low end bios on the board maybe

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Thx for the answer. I did buy a low end mobo because didnt plan to use money on the upgrade. The computerguys told me it would work, and it says so on Asus homepage as well. They installed new bios as well, and i can't run even the old r7 340 gpu, and without the gpu (old or new) it runs fine.

 

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8 minutes ago, Torbenvilladsen said:

Thx for the answer. I did buy a low end mobo because didnt plan to use money on the upgrade. The computerguys told me it would work, and it says so on Asus homepage as well. They installed new bios as well, and i can't run even the old r7 340 gpu, and without the gpu (old or new) it runs fine.

 

What is that mobo?

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I'm just speaking from experience so what I say may not work 100%

Please try searching up the answer before you post here but I am always glad to help

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Anyone else who has an idea of why it doesn't work ? And what to do ?

 

Thx

Torben

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your psu and motherbaord are crap, even for your specs.

 

but smeems like the 8600k is broken somehow. if it does not work with other gpu/mobo, the cpu is the cause.

QUOTE ME  FOR ANSWER.

 

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Thx for the answer.

I'm going to install a new cpu today, hope it will solve the problem. 

If not I will cry myself to sleep.

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