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Pc works, but not works (i think power related issue)

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First remove the extensions because they often cause a lot of issues.

2nd remove the GPU and connect the monitor to the motherboard. Reset CMOS and try to power up again.

Hello, I just built my first Gaming PC but my PC doesn't work.

At first, the PC boots with an CPU debug light on the motherboard. I checked the cable, but after powering it on again, it was the same again

After a little bit of time, my rgb's went off(exept for my RAM rgb). So I pressed the power button to turn the pc off.

And then, when I tried to turn it on again, it just did nothing. So no rgb and no fan spin. 

 

Just one thing. Sometimes I get a split second of fan spin(only case fans(Antec AX61 Elite)) and a light on my gpu (Inno3d RTX 3070)

 

I don't know if it will help, but here are my specs:

 

Intel core i5 13500

deepcool AG400 BK

msi pro b760-p wifi ddr4

antec ax61 elite

corsair vengeance rgb pro (3600 mhz cl18)

inno3d rtx 3070

asiahorse cable extensions

antec high current gamer 850w 80+ bronze

 

I live in the netherlands if it helps

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First remove the extensions because they often cause a lot of issues.

2nd remove the GPU and connect the monitor to the motherboard. Reset CMOS and try to power up again.

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This could be an overheating issue. Check your cpu if anything is wrong

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10 hours ago, alyfrill said:

This could be an overheating issue. Check your cpu if anything is wrong

No overheating issue, after solving saw cpu 20c idle

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11 hours ago, --SID-- said:

First remove the extensions because they often cause a lot of issues.

2nd remove the GPU and connect the monitor to the motherboard. Reset CMOS and try to power up again.

Was a problem with my cpu extension cable. Thans for the help!

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