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PC turns on but no display!

My pc turns on and all rgb, and fans work but there is no display on my monitor through HDMI or display port. My mobo (MSI MPG z390 gaming edge ac) is new, checked the cpu, reinstalled the ram and the same thing happens! What am I missing? How can I fix it?

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Are you attempting to use integrated graphics or a graphics card? What are your system specs?

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24 minutes ago, lexusgamer05 said:

Are you attempting to use integrated graphics or a graphics card? What are your system specs?

I’m using a graphics card, and my specs are i9-9700k, 16 gb of ddr4 ram, GeForce rtx 2070 8gb ram, psu Corsair 650w 80+ Bronze, am I missing something?

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30 minutes ago, ragnarok0273 said:

Which parts?

What do u mean which parts?

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12 minutes ago, Warning500 said:

What do u mean which parts?

What parts are in your machine?

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Just now, ragnarok0273 said:

What parts are in your machine?

Oh umm cpu: i9-9700k, gpu: GeForce rtx 2070 8gb ram: 16 gb ddr4 psu: Corsair 650w bronze rated ssd: 1 tb Samsung 970 evo hdd: 2 tb wd blue

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What are you connecting the cable to, and is your monitor powered and turned on?

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8 minutes ago, ragnarok0273 said:

What are you connecting the cable to, and is your monitor powered and turned on?

My monitor is turned on and powered and it is connected via hdmi and display port, I’ve tried using gpu display, also tried connecting via just hdmi and just display port

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Just now, Warning500 said:

My monitor is turned on and powered and it is connected via hdmi and display port, I’ve tried using gpu display, also tried connecting via just hdmi and just display port

Are you connecting it to the GPU or the motherboard?
If so, try reseating your graphics card.

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Just now, ragnarok0273 said:

Are you connecting it to the GPU or the motherboard?
If so, try reseating your graphics card.

I’ve tried connecting to gpu or motherboard, and I have remove the gpu and setting it again

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2 minutes ago, Warning500 said:

I’ve tried connecting to gpu or motherboard, and I have remove the gpu and setting it again

Try reseating your CPU and RAM.

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4 minutes ago, ragnarok0273 said:

Try reseating your CPU and RAM.

I’ve done those two as well most recently the ram

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Just now, Warning500 said:

I’ve done those two as well most recently the ram

Have you confirmed the monitor works?

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1 minute ago, Warning500 said:

I'm out of ideas, then.

 

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I honestly have no idea what's wrong with your machine, you've done everything correct and you've connected everything properly, but I have no idea what's wrong. My best idea from now is that one of your parts was DOA. If you have some spare parts you could try to figure out what's wrong by eliminating the problem. But I know that your PSU is not at fault since your machine and peripherals lit up. 

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47 minutes ago, lexusgamer05 said:

I honestly have no idea what's wrong with your machine, you've done everything correct and you've connected everything properly, but I have no idea what's wrong. My best idea from now is that one of your parts was DOA. If you have some spare parts you could try to figure out what's wrong by eliminating the problem. But I know that your PSU is not at fault since your machine and peripherals lit up. 

Which of the parts do u think is most likely DOA? The gpu or the ram?

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1 minute ago, Warning500 said:

Which of the parts do u think is most likely DOA? The gpu or the ram?

Actually, I just remembered something. My friend had an issue like this and this is what worked for him: take the CMOS battery out of the board for 30 seconds and then put it back in and see if that works

 

According to the manual for your motherboard, your board has an MSI EZ Debug LED. If the above doesn't work, take a look at the debug LED to see if it's telling you anything

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13 minutes ago, lexusgamer05 said:

Actually, I just remembered something. My friend had an issue like this and this is what worked for him: take the CMOS battery out of the board for 30 seconds and then put it back in and see if that works

 

According to the manual for your motherboard, your board has an MSI EZ Debug LED. If the above doesn't work, take a look at the debug LED to see if it's telling you anything

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Ok thanks will look at that when I get home 

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25 minutes ago, lexusgamer05 said:

Actually, I just remembered something. My friend had an issue like this and this is what worked for him: take the CMOS battery out of the board for 30 seconds and then put it back in and see if that works

 

According to the manual for your motherboard, your board has an MSI EZ Debug LED. If the above doesn't work, take a look at the debug LED to see if it's telling you anything

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If that doesn’t work what part do u think is DOA?

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9 minutes ago, Warning500 said:

If that doesn’t work what part do u think is DOA?

I wouldn't be able to tell you, but your motherboard LEDs will give you some indication of what's gone wrong 

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6 hours ago, lexusgamer05 said:

I wouldn't be able to tell you, but your motherboard LEDs will give you some indication of what's gone wrong 

What do these white lights mean? Does this have to do with my pc not booting up?

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17 minutes ago, Warning500 said:

What do these white lights mean? Does this have to do with my pc not booting up?

 

 

Those LEDs mean that that RAM is recognised by the system

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What you're looking for is these LEDs:

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