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new pc not powering up

just got all the parts for my new pc delivered and built it but its not doing anything the fans spin but nothing on the screen 

 

i think the board might need a bios update but how would i do this if it doesnt even show anything on the screen ? 

or if that cant be done could anyone suggest a motherboard that would work out the box ?

 

 

 

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You need a GPU for video to be displayed because with the exception of the APUs, Ryzen doesn't have integrated graphics.

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Are there any debug leds on the motherboard that either light up with an error code or that says "RAM", "CPU" etc? If so, which one? Make sure you have correctly seated the RAM modules and in their correct slots which is usually #2 and #4

 

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@tishousYou need a GPU for video to be displayed because with the exception of the APUs, Ryzen doesn't have integrated graphics.

He has listed the GTX 750 Ti as GPU

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yer got the gpu i know its a shit one but dont need it for gaming just displaying 2 monitors with hdmi cables 

 

i had the ram in the first slot should i move it to slot 2 as only have one stick atm due they company messing around with delivery 

 

and the motherboard has no lights on it or error codes or anything 

 

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1 minute ago, connoruk1 said:

yer got the gpu i know its a shit one but dont need it for gaming just displaying 2 monitors with hdmi cables 

 

i had the ram in the first slot should i move it to slot 2 as only have one stick atm due they company messing around with delivery 

 

and the motherboard has no lights on it or error codes or anything 

 

Which PSU do you have? Yes try moving it into the second slot and see what happens. It shouldn't be a problem having it in the first slot but you can always try. When I got my motherboard it was broken and the RAM only worked if I put it in the first slot, the others were dead so I had to RMA it and get a new one.

 

Have you made sure to plug in the CPU connector at the top left of the motherboard?

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didnt notice the psu wasnt on there its a Cooler Master MWE 400 WHITE 230V - V2 Power Supply

 

 

yer all cables and everything plugged in 

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I did find this on the PCPartPicker link you attached in your post. Do you have access to another CPU?

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Recheck all your PSU cables.  You may have some swapped possibly.

 

Something to check.

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Yer I saw the Bios warning 

 

 

just changed the ram to slot 2 and now it’s showing  will I still need to do that update or will it work fine now ? 

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