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Can my Setup run with the be quiet! Pure Power 11 FM 550 W

I recently Build a PC but it's Not working Properly, (Red LED for CPU on Motherboard always on) 

So I wanted to ask if it's a CPU Problem or a Powersupply Problem

 

My Spec's:

 

PSU:

be quiet! Pure Power 11 FM 550 Watt 80+ Gold

GPU:

GTX 1060 6gb (Not Overclocked) 

 

CPU:

i5 12400 6 cores (Not Overclocked)

 

Motherboard:

Gigabyte B660 Gaming X DDR4 

 

Fans:

VENT 120X120 LIAN LI UNI FAN SL120 NEGRO KIT X3UD KIT 3 PCS/1900RPM/PWM/ARGB G99.12UF3B.00

 

CPU Cooler:

Corsair iCUE H150i RGB Elite

 

RAM:

Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 64GB (4x16GB) DDR4 3200

 

HDDS:

Seagate ST2000DM008,  2 TB 7200 RPM x2

SSD(M. 2):

Samsung 980 M.2 NVMe SSD, (MZ-V8V250BW), 250 GB, PCIe 3.0 x1

 

thank you in advance

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you PSU is fine for the build.

 

I'd suggest checking your CPU for bent or broken pins, if nothing is wrong re-seat your cpu properly and try again.

 

also try reseating you gpu and SSD.

 

if nothing works try disconnecting all the CASE fan (NOT the CPU fan) and try turning it on. 

RELOAD BEFOR QUOTING. I EDIT MY POST ALOT!

MARK MY POST AS THE ANSWER IF I HELPED.

 

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Oh my this build is a mess, so much money wasted for nothing.

Anyway, check your motherboard's manual, what could that debug led mean.

Redo all the cabling and re-plug everything, make sure they are plugged to where they are supposed to.

Not an expert, just bored at work. Please quote me or mention me if you would like me to see your reply. **may edit my posts a few times after posting**

CPU: Intel i5-12400

GPU: Asus TUF RX 6800 XT OC

Mobo: Asus Prime B660M-A D4 WIFI

RAM: Team Delta TUF Alliance 2x8GB DDR4 3200MHz CL16

SSD: Team MP33 1TB

PSU: MSI MPG A850GF

Case: Phanteks Eclipse P360A

Cooler: ID-Cooling SE-234 ARGB

OS: Windows 11 Pro

Pcpartpicker: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/wnxDfv
Displays: Samsung Odyssey G5 S32AG50 32" 1440p 165hz | AOC 27G2E 27" 1080p 144hz

Laptop: ROG Strix Scar III G531GU Intel i5-9300H GTX 1660Ti Mobile| OS: Windows 10 Home

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1 hour ago, Dukesilver27- said:

Oh my this build is a mess, so much money wasted for nothing.

Anyway, check your motherboard's manual, what could that debug led mean.

Redo all the cabling and re-plug everything, make sure they are plugged to where they are supposed to.

What do you mean wasted, anyway I checked all the cables. Everything is where it belongs

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Have you checked the motherboard manual? LED color and pattern should tell you the issue.

 

I didn't mean to be mean, but I hope you can learn from this build, I copy pasted from original post, then my comments added below it.

GPU:

GTX 1060 6gb (Not Overclocked)

If it was free or a very cheap, I could understand, but if bought new or used, then this is a bad purchase.

 

Fans:
VENT 120X120 LIAN LI UNI FAN SL120 NEGRO KIT X3UD KIT 3 PCS/1900RPM/PWM/ARGB G99.12UF3B.00

Overpriced fans that don't belong in this kind of build.

 

CPU Cooler:
Corsair iCUE H150i RGB Elite

Very expensive and high performance AIO, which is wasted on a 12400.

 

RAM:
Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 64GB (4x16GB) DDR4 3200

If you do video editing, why's the GPU only a 1060? If you dont use them for productivity workload that requires tons of RAM, 64GB of RAM is a huge waste of money.

 

SSD(M. 2):
Samsung 980 M.2 NVMe SSD, (MZ-V8V250BW), 250 GB, PCIe 3.0 x1

Overpriced high end SSD which doesn't belong in this kind of build.

 

All this wasted money could've gone to a much better GPU or CPU.

Not an expert, just bored at work. Please quote me or mention me if you would like me to see your reply. **may edit my posts a few times after posting**

CPU: Intel i5-12400

GPU: Asus TUF RX 6800 XT OC

Mobo: Asus Prime B660M-A D4 WIFI

RAM: Team Delta TUF Alliance 2x8GB DDR4 3200MHz CL16

SSD: Team MP33 1TB

PSU: MSI MPG A850GF

Case: Phanteks Eclipse P360A

Cooler: ID-Cooling SE-234 ARGB

OS: Windows 11 Pro

Pcpartpicker: https://pcpartpicker.com/list/wnxDfv
Displays: Samsung Odyssey G5 S32AG50 32" 1440p 165hz | AOC 27G2E 27" 1080p 144hz

Laptop: ROG Strix Scar III G531GU Intel i5-9300H GTX 1660Ti Mobile| OS: Windows 10 Home

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4 hours ago, Dukesilver27- said:

Have you checked the motherboard manual? LED color and pattern should tell you the issue.

 

I didn't mean to be mean, but I hope you can learn from this build, I copy pasted from original post, then my comments added below it.

GPU:

GTX 1060 6gb (Not Overclocked)

If it was free or a very cheap, I could understand, but if bought new or used, then this is a bad purchase.

 

Fans:
VENT 120X120 LIAN LI UNI FAN SL120 NEGRO KIT X3UD KIT 3 PCS/1900RPM/PWM/ARGB G99.12UF3B.00

Overpriced fans that don't belong in this kind of build.

 

CPU Cooler:
Corsair iCUE H150i RGB Elite

Very expensive and high performance AIO, which is wasted on a 12400.

 

RAM:
Corsair Vengeance RGB PRO 64GB (4x16GB) DDR4 3200

If you do video editing, why's the GPU only a 1060? If you dont use them for productivity workload that requires tons of RAM, 64GB of RAM is a huge waste of money.

 

SSD(M. 2):
Samsung 980 M.2 NVMe SSD, (MZ-V8V250BW), 250 GB, PCIe 3.0 x1

Overpriced high end SSD which doesn't belong in this kind of build.

 

All this wasted money could've gone to a much better GPU or CPU.

Yea this is not the finished Product. If I have the budged I will buy a better gpu. It was a old one in my old PC, but first of all I wanted to fix the problems of the machine not booting, need so much ram BTW because I want to do many VM things and I use my PC usually for everything. That being gaming work VMs like I said and sometimes video making. 

I did check the Motherboard Manual. It just tells me it's a CPU problem but I'm not sure if detection error or Watt error

 

So my Root question was if the PSU is enough? 

I want to know so I can say for Sure. It's a CPU and not a PSU problem. Upgrades are gonna be made in the Future. 

Thank you for your advise tho 🙂

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