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Just now, RAM555789 said:

Sounds something is no correct with your cables. You know your getting power into components since you have LEDs light up when you turn on the CPU, its specifically the cables that connect the power button to the motherboard.

Cable is usually small 2 pin connector usually labeled PWR SW

I just build a new computer with a Ryzen 7 3700x, RTX 2060 Dual, (x2) 2x8 Corsair Vengance Pro RGB 3200 mhz, samsung 970 evo plus, corsair cm series 750 w, and the Corsair 275r Airflow. When I turn the psu the ram and a white light on the 2060. Then after I click the power button nothing happens( the cpu fan, gpu fan, etc.). Can anyone help me with this i'm worried that I fried the CPU or something.

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What is the mainboard btw? (Gigabyte B550 AORUS ELITE AX V2 ATX AM4?)

 

Check that your power switch cable for the case front panel etc are in the right pins on the mainboard, It could be as simple as putting a cable in the wrong spot. make sure the PSU is switched on at the back of the unit. Page 11 on the manual has the front panel pin out details.

 

Check that all your power cables are plugged in correctly/securely. Unplug anything from the PC that isn't necessary, just to simplify testing (Extra peripherals, usb hubs, webcam etc) try with nothing plugged in and then move on to keyboard only.

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Sounds something is no correct with your cables. You know your getting power into components since you have LEDs light up when you turn on the CPU, its specifically the cables that connect the power button to the motherboard.

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Just now, RAM555789 said:

Sounds something is no correct with your cables. You know your getting power into components since you have LEDs light up when you turn on the CPU, its specifically the cables that connect the power button to the motherboard.

Cable is usually small 2 pin connector usually labeled PWR SW

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I have tried all of those and nothing worked.

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20 hours ago, Eleocity said:

I have tried all of those and nothing worked.

Wait did it work or not? You marked my answer as a solution.

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