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Brand new built will boot for 8 seconds and then loop restarting

This is the second post i make since in the last one i've been told to get a new psu, got a brand new gold psu 3rd tier 650w, along with my setup Intel Core i5 7400,Patriot DDR4 2400,ASRock lga 1151 which claims to support i5 up to 7th generation,

I hear no beeps meaning i've set everything correctly, yes i inserted the speaker, i could not possibly shorty anything as i've used 2 antistatic bands on both hands,i use 8 pins for cpu port, i boot with no gpu, i reset the Cmos battery each time i boot it up

 

IN SHORT my pc boots up for few seconds and then starts restarting and loops.

 

i am really frustrated at that point i dont understand how does this whole thing work, i spent a year doing research to avoid some common issues, i've read the no post to check list at least 3 times,

please any help will be highly appreciated folks ;-;

 

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Work by process of elimination, its tedious but you will find the problem. Remove sticks of RAM & swap slots, reseat all cables on PSU & Mobo ensuring they are correctly connected, that sort of thing


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10 minutes ago, Gamerfiend_ said:

Work by process of elimination, its tedious but you will find the problem. Remove sticks of RAM & swap slots, reseat all cables on PSU & Mobo ensuring they are correctly connected, that sort of thing

That kinda gives me hope thanks buddy i wont stop trying:((

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1 minute ago, acidcat66 said:

That kinda gives me hope thanks buddy i wont stop trying:((

I know the feeling of a system throwing a hissy fit, your not alone. My last 2 builds did exactly this, but there is light at the end of the tunnel, there will always be a reason for it doing this, you've just got to find that reason


Phone: Samsung Note 10+ 5G | Computer; CPU: AMD Ryzen 9 3900X | Mobo: Gigabyte Aorus Elite X570 | RAM: 32GB Corsair Vengeance RGB DDR4 | GPU: MSI Gaming X TRIO RTX 2070 SuperCase: NZXT H440 (Razer Edition) | OS: Win 10 | Storage: 1TB Intel M.2 SSD (OS), 2TB Seagate Firecuda, 128Gb Crucial SSD, 1TB WD Blue | PSU: Corsair RM850 | Display: LG 1440p 144HZ 31.5" Cooling: Corsair H115i Platinum RGB | Keyboard: Razer Blackwidow Chroma | Mouse: Razer Lancehead Wireless | Audio: Blue Yeti | Cam(s): Logitech C922

 

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Seems like a dead cpu or mobo. I've had a boot loop like this and cpu was doa. 

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i7-8700k @5.0GHz w/ 1.30v, Corsair h100iv2, Gigabye Aorus gaming 7, 16GB(8x2) 2666MHz ddr4, Dual RX470's OC'd to 1390mhz(atm) in corssfire - liguid cooled with corsair h60's, 3.25 TB in Samsung SSD's, anidees white crystal cube case 

 

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i5-4440k @3.2GHz, gigabyte ga-z87x-ud5h z87, 24GB DDR3, 3x1TB Seagate Baracuda HDD.

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1 minute ago, O9B0666 said:

Seems like a dead cpu or mobo. I've had a boot loop like this and cpu was doa. 

no way i just bought both the cpu and mobo and successfully installed it into the socket ughhhh 

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5 minutes ago, O9B0666 said:

Seems like a dead cpu or mobo. I've had a boot loop like this and cpu was doa. 

and how can i even prove that it's doa since i installed it already

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what mobo is it exactly?

~i5-7600k @5GHz ~Be Quiet! Dark rock 3 ~MSI GTX 1070 Gaming X 8G ~Gigabyte GA-Z270-gaming K3 ~Corsair Vengeance Red led ~NZXT S340 Elite

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Just now, Glennieboyyy007 said:

what mobo is it exactly?

ASROCK PRO4 B250M since H110 series needed bios drivers

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2 minutes ago, acidcat66 said:

ASROCK PRO4 B250M since H110 series needed bios drivers

alright. you knew what to watch out for. unfortunately i can't help you further. hopefully someone can

~i5-7600k @5GHz ~Be Quiet! Dark rock 3 ~MSI GTX 1070 Gaming X 8G ~Gigabyte GA-Z270-gaming K3 ~Corsair Vengeance Red led ~NZXT S340 Elite

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