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New motherboard and cpu installed into pc no display out

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I just upgraded my pc from a intel to an amd processor and a new motherboard. Ive installed everything necessary and put the mb in the casem, the motherboard is a a520 aorus elite from gigabyte and an 5 5600x CPU. (REVISION 1.2) I have done a bios update to the F19 bios version using a usb with fat32 and followed the tutorial on the site. I did this and the pc turns on whilst doing the bios update ( its still flashing red) and then stops flashing red which indicates its finished. the case fans, and cpu fans work but it wont display anything.

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Do you have a GPU installed? The 5600x doesn't have an iGPU so you won't get any display out from the Motherboard. 

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1 minute ago, Skiiwee29 said:

Do you have a GPU installed? The 5600x doesn't have an iGPU so you won't get any display out from the Motherboard. 

Yes i have the GPU installed and there is a DP cable plugged into it, i am running it of a GTX 1650

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8 minutes ago, Skiiwee29 said:

Do you have a GPU installed? The 5600x doesn't have an iGPU so you won't get any display out from the Motherboard. 

Would it be a problem if i have a 350W power supply since this was a prebuilt from Argos with actual parts aka msi motherboard. its a FSP400-A

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1 minute ago, T3mpest said:

Would it be a problem if i have a 350W power supply since this was a prebuilt from Argos with actual parts aka msi motherboard. its a FSP400-A

As long as the GPU does not require external power from like a 6 or 8 pin it should be fine. IF it requires an external connector, then the GPU will fail the post process due to lack of power. 

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2 minutes ago, Skiiwee29 said:

As long as the GPU does not require external power from like a 6 or 8 pin it should be fine. IF it requires an external connector, then the GPU will fail the post process due to lack of power. 

I used this PSU with my old setup and now its with the new one, the old mobo and cpu worked fine with the gpu 

(the fans spin up and everything when powered)

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