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New GPU no post ASUS Rx550 A55F-M3 V1.0

Smajkic
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My pc boots but no post

Specs:
Motherboard: ECS A55F-M3 [Latest drivers 12/27/2011] [http://www.ecs.com.tw/ECSWebSite/Product/Product_Overview/EN/Motherboard/A55F-M3 -LL-V1-DO-0-RR-/Socket FM1]
CPU: Athlon II x4 641 [Not oc]

RAM: Kingston 2gb DDR3 [i think its 1333mhz]

RAM: Kingston 4gb DDR3 [i think its 1333mhz]

PSU: Spire EE-ATX-500W-IR [500W but its old]

Old GPU: Radeon HD 6570 1gb [Works fine]

HDD: WD Blue 1TB 7200

OS: Win 7 64bit

 

Before i did anything i used DDU to remove my drivers

I've tried to reset CMOS [both ways]

I've tried removing ram and putting it back in different combinations

I've checked if gpu was DOA but it wasn't

I've checked if cables were connected and they were

I've tried pluging my cables into the motherboard

I don't have other psus to try

 

Everything works fine with the old gpu

My suspicion is that the motherboard is too old for pcie 3.0 but i saw linuses video with a55f-m4 and i'm not sure now

Maybe my Bootleg PSU is the problem but i don't know

All i want is to play goddamn overwatch or bf1 

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What do you mean by "boots but no post?" Please elaborate on what actually happens.

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Gosh, I hate it when people forget. Anyway, check out my PC below, and there's a PCPartPicker link on my profile, If you wanna see what I'm planning.

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SYSTEM SPECS: Finally ditched the Pentium N3540, now I've got the following:

 

CPU - Ryzen 5 2400G

GPU - 1060 6GB Gigabyte G1 Gaming

RAM - 16GB DDR4 3000mhz Team T-Force Delta RGB

MOTHERBOARD - MSI B350 Tomahawk

PSU - EVGA 450BT

CASE - PHANTEKS  P350X

 

 

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7 minutes ago, Fixinit1 said:

What do you mean by "boots but no post?" Please elaborate on what actually happens.

@Fixinit1 Its like its working all fans are spinning but not booting into bios or os

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Try starting up with a display plugged into the VGA port on the motherboard, see if you can boot into the BIOS that way.

REMEMBER:

IF YOU WANT ME TO RESPOND, YOU GOTTA QUOTE ME 

OR

PUT @Fixinit1 IN YOUR RESPONSE!!!!!

 

 

Gosh, I hate it when people forget. Anyway, check out my PC below, and there's a PCPartPicker link on my profile, If you wanna see what I'm planning.

Spoiler

SYSTEM SPECS: Finally ditched the Pentium N3540, now I've got the following:

 

CPU - Ryzen 5 2400G

GPU - 1060 6GB Gigabyte G1 Gaming

RAM - 16GB DDR4 3000mhz Team T-Force Delta RGB

MOTHERBOARD - MSI B350 Tomahawk

PSU - EVGA 450BT

CASE - PHANTEKS  P350X

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Fixinit1 said:

Try starting up with a display plugged into the VGA port on the motherboard, see if you can boot into the BIOS that way.

@Fixinit1 I've tried that still nothing

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1 minute ago, Smajkic said:

@Fixinit1 I've tried that still nothing

You've tried the GPU in another computer?

REMEMBER:

IF YOU WANT ME TO RESPOND, YOU GOTTA QUOTE ME 

OR

PUT @Fixinit1 IN YOUR RESPONSE!!!!!

 

 

Gosh, I hate it when people forget. Anyway, check out my PC below, and there's a PCPartPicker link on my profile, If you wanna see what I'm planning.

Spoiler

SYSTEM SPECS: Finally ditched the Pentium N3540, now I've got the following:

 

CPU - Ryzen 5 2400G

GPU - 1060 6GB Gigabyte G1 Gaming

RAM - 16GB DDR4 3000mhz Team T-Force Delta RGB

MOTHERBOARD - MSI B350 Tomahawk

PSU - EVGA 450BT

CASE - PHANTEKS  P350X

 

 

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Just now, Fixinit1 said:

You've tried the GPU in another computer?

@Fixinit1yeah it isn't doa

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3 minutes ago, Smajkic said:

@Fixinit1yeah it isn't doa

Does the card have an external power input? PCIe 2.0 is sometimes unable to supply enough power to keep newer graphics cards fed.

REMEMBER:

IF YOU WANT ME TO RESPOND, YOU GOTTA QUOTE ME 

OR

PUT @Fixinit1 IN YOUR RESPONSE!!!!!

 

 

Gosh, I hate it when people forget. Anyway, check out my PC below, and there's a PCPartPicker link on my profile, If you wanna see what I'm planning.

Spoiler

SYSTEM SPECS: Finally ditched the Pentium N3540, now I've got the following:

 

CPU - Ryzen 5 2400G

GPU - 1060 6GB Gigabyte G1 Gaming

RAM - 16GB DDR4 3000mhz Team T-Force Delta RGB

MOTHERBOARD - MSI B350 Tomahawk

PSU - EVGA 450BT

CASE - PHANTEKS  P350X

 

 

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2 minutes ago, Smajkic said:

@Fixinit1nope its using 65w

I take it you've tried re-seating it?

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IF YOU WANT ME TO RESPOND, YOU GOTTA QUOTE ME 

OR

PUT @Fixinit1 IN YOUR RESPONSE!!!!!

 

 

Gosh, I hate it when people forget. Anyway, check out my PC below, and there's a PCPartPicker link on my profile, If you wanna see what I'm planning.

Spoiler

SYSTEM SPECS: Finally ditched the Pentium N3540, now I've got the following:

 

CPU - Ryzen 5 2400G

GPU - 1060 6GB Gigabyte G1 Gaming

RAM - 16GB DDR4 3000mhz Team T-Force Delta RGB

MOTHERBOARD - MSI B350 Tomahawk

PSU - EVGA 450BT

CASE - PHANTEKS  P350X

 

 

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Just now, Fixinit1 said:

I take it you've tried re-seating it?

@Fixinit1yeah i've tried

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I had this problem the other day when I was building my PC. Turns out I forgot to plug in the 8pin connector for the CPU. Make sure all wires are connected.

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1 minute ago, That_PC_Kid said:

I had this problem the other day when I was building my PC. Turns out I forgot to plug in the 8pin connector for the CPU. Make sure all wires are connected.

@That_PC_Kidit is

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2 minutes ago, Smajkic said:

@Fixinit1yeah i've tried

Well, if you can't even get into the BIOS, then this is definitely a hardware problem. What happens if you remove any GPU, and try and boot with the monitor connected to the motherboard's VGA port?

REMEMBER:

IF YOU WANT ME TO RESPOND, YOU GOTTA QUOTE ME 

OR

PUT @Fixinit1 IN YOUR RESPONSE!!!!!

 

 

Gosh, I hate it when people forget. Anyway, check out my PC below, and there's a PCPartPicker link on my profile, If you wanna see what I'm planning.

Spoiler

SYSTEM SPECS: Finally ditched the Pentium N3540, now I've got the following:

 

CPU - Ryzen 5 2400G

GPU - 1060 6GB Gigabyte G1 Gaming

RAM - 16GB DDR4 3000mhz Team T-Force Delta RGB

MOTHERBOARD - MSI B350 Tomahawk

PSU - EVGA 450BT

CASE - PHANTEKS  P350X

 

 

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16 minutes ago, Fixinit1 said:

Well, if you can't even get into the BIOS, then this is definitely a hardware problem. What happens if you remove any GPU, and try and boot with the monitor connected to the motherboard's VGA port?

@Fixinit1i'll try that

[EDIT] still nothing tried booting up without any gpu on the motherboard and vga cable plugged in the motherboard

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