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Post with no peripherals, none with.

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43 minutes ago, Cuwee said:

Yes, hence why I am so confused

Do NOT plug you HDD just try to boot from a Live USB Linux disk (Linux Mint Cinnamon will do the job) which you can create on a spare PC or a Laptop and check the rest of the components from Linux environment.

Anyway you can buy a new SATA SSD and try installing Windows over it. Your old HDD is probably dead and causing a short circuit to your new PSU.

Processor: Intel® Core™ i9-9900KF Processor
Motherboard: GIGABYTE Z390 GAMING X
Memory: 32 GB [16 GB x2] DDR4-3000 
Video Card: NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 SUPER - 8GB GDDR6 - MSI VENTUS XS OC (VR-Ready)
Primary Hard Drive: 2TB WD Blue SATA SSD
 
So yesterday, my computer just shut down while gaming. After some checking I found the PSU burned out. 
 
I got a new PSU and if I only connect the 24 pin and CPU 8 pin and GPU PCIe cables, the computer will POST. However once I connect the rest of the cables to the PSU, a 4pin and SATA, the computer will no longer POST and the motherboard illumates the CPU LED status light.
 
I have tried replacing the cables and still nothing.
 
Any help will be appreciated.
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16 minutes ago, Abdullah Bhutta said:

PSU might be faulty.

Which one do you have?

Purchased brand new Corsair rm850

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23 hours ago, Abdullah Bhutta said:

Have you tried remounting the CPU?

Have not, would it still post without the sata 4 pins if the CPU needed reseating?

 

Ill go get some thermal paste and try it though.

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25 minutes ago, Cuwee said:

Have not, would it still post without the sata 4 pins if the CPU needed reseating?

 

Ill go get some thermal paste and try it though.

remount the cpu and check the results

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Let me take that straight, when you connect the power to your SATA HDD your PC no longer post?

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10 minutes ago, BiL said:

Let me take that straight, when you connect the power to your SATA HDD your PC no longer post?

Yes, hence why I am so confused

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43 minutes ago, Cuwee said:

Yes, hence why I am so confused

Do NOT plug you HDD just try to boot from a Live USB Linux disk (Linux Mint Cinnamon will do the job) which you can create on a spare PC or a Laptop and check the rest of the components from Linux environment.

Anyway you can buy a new SATA SSD and try installing Windows over it. Your old HDD is probably dead and causing a short circuit to your new PSU.

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