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PC Not Turning On

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27 minutes ago, Ali1076 said:

The psu I used was from my old pc. It was quite old.

Ok, that would make sense. A new PSU is probably the solution.

I built a new pc yesterday. After powering it on I got a beep message,  1 long 3 short. The fans were working and the gpu was working as well. No display

out. This means RAM for asus motherboard. I reseated the RAM. The same issue occurred as I tried different RAM slots. The last time I tried, the pc didn't even turn on, no fans spinning. 

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3 minutes ago, Ali1076 said:

I built a new pc yesterday. After powering it on I got a beep message,  1 long 3 short. The fans were working and the gpu was working as well. No display

out. This means RAM for asus motherboard. I reseated the RAM. The same issue occurred as I tried different RAM slots. The last time I tried, the pc didn't even turn on, no fans spinning. 

Hi, 1 long beep followed by 3 short is typically a GPU issue, can you try reseating it and ensuring all of the appropriate power cables are fully connected (at both ends if modular).

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5 minutes ago, Ali1076 said:

I built a new pc yesterday.

What parts?

I'm not actually trying to be as grumpy as it seems.

Project Hot Box

CPU 12900k, Motherboard Gigabyte Aorus Elite AX, RAM CORSAIR Vengeance 4x16gb 5200 MHZ, GPU AMD Radeon 6800 XT FE, Case Lian Li O11 Dynamic Mini, Storage Sabrent Rocket Q4 2tbCORSAIR Force Series MP510 1920GB NVMe, CORSAIR FORCE Series MP510 960GB NVMe, PSU CORSAIR sf600, Cooling Arctic Liquid Freezer ii 360, Displays Odyssey G9, LG 34UC98-W 34-Inch,Keyboard Mountain Everest Max, Mouse Mountain Makalu 67, Sound AT2035, Massdrop 6xx headphones, Go XLR 

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CPU i9-9900k, Motherboard, ASUS Rog Maximus Code XI, RAM, 48GB Corsair Vengeance LPX 32GB 3200 mhz (2x16)+(2x8) GPU Asus ROG Strix 2070 8gb, PNY 1080, Nvidia 1080, MSI 1070 Gaming X 8gb, Case Phanteks Enthoo Evolv X, 2x Storage Samsung 860 Evo 500 GB, 5x Seagate IronWolf 8tb NAS(ZFS1), PSU Corsair RM1000x, Cooling Asus Rog Ryuo 240 with Noctua NF-12 fans, OS Unraid

 

Why is the 5800x so hot?

 

 

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21 minutes ago, Ali1076 said:

I built a new pc yesterday. After powering it on I got a beep message,  1 long 3 short. The fans were working and the gpu was working as well. No display

out. This means RAM for asus motherboard. I reseated the RAM. The same issue occurred as I tried different RAM slots. The last time I tried, the pc didn't even turn on, no fans spinning. 

I would assume it is a GPU error, I had an ASUS motherboard a few months ago and my GPU cable was not fully seated and neither was the card itself. If I were you, I would take the GPU out, put it back and make sure that it is fully seated, then make sure the cable is fully seated and if you have a modular power supply make sure the GPU power cable is fit into the PSU tightly.

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3 hours ago, MrMase said:

Hi, 1 long beep followed by 3 short is typically a GPU issue, can you try reseating it and ensuring all of the appropriate power cables are fully connected (at both ends if modular).

I tried reseating the gpu. Nothing got fixed. Now it doesn't even turn on (not because of the gpu). It think the PSU died.

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2 hours ago, alex.ausmus said:

I would assume it is a GPU error, I had an ASUS motherboard a few months ago and my GPU cable was not fully seated and neither was the card itself. If I were you, I would take the GPU out, put it back and make sure that it is fully seated, then make sure the cable is fully seated and if you have a modular power supply make sure the GPU power cable is fit into the PSU tightly.

I'm getting a new PSU I will try.

 

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46 minutes ago, Ali1076 said:

I tried reseating the gpu. Nothing got fixed. Now it doesn't even turn on (not because of the gpu). It think the PSU died.

What is the brand, the wattage, and the rating of your PSU? It is very, very surprising that after only using it for a little while, and not even being able to run the system with an OS that it would just break, or stop working.

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4 hours ago, alex.ausmus said:

What is the brand, the wattage, and the rating of your PSU? It is very, very surprising that after only using it for a little while, and not even being able to run the system with an OS that it would just break, or stop working.

The psu I used was from my old pc. It was quite old.

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27 minutes ago, Ali1076 said:

The psu I used was from my old pc. It was quite old.

Ok, that would make sense. A new PSU is probably the solution.

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