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HELP! Posting problems with R7

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On 11/16/2018 at 4:46 PM, NelizMastr said:

Which PSU did you re-use? Just to be sure.

 

Also, I've heard some horror stories about Gigabyte Aorus 4-series boards, so you might just have a dud.

It was the motherboard that was a dud

I've just bought a Gigabyte 470x Aorus gaming 5 wifi MoBo and a Ryzen 7 2700x along with some new Corsair vengeance lpx 3000mhz 16gb (2x8) ram.

 

I've put everything together with my old PSU and GPU. When I then try to boot the system it never posts, not even after 10 min, when I look at my MoBo I see that the red cpu led is on. I've seen this problem all over the internet, but I can't seem to find a fix to my problem. I've checked all the connnections, if my RAM is compatible, rearrenging it and even to clear the CMOS. The last thing did do something. The red CPU led blinks and then the DRAM led blinks and then the VGA led blinks and then the CPU led turns back on and stays on. Last thing I tried was to rearrenge the the RAM 1 stick and 2 stick in every configaration, sometimes the system just turned on for a second and the shut down again. Last time I tried turing it on it wen't through all the LEDs multiple times before shutting down, and for some reason keeping the MoBo RGB on.

 

Anyone got an idea to what might be going on?

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Well, maybe its cause you got a 470x motherboard. But maybe try using one stick of ram for boot

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Which PSU did you re-use? Just to be sure.

 

Also, I've heard some horror stories about Gigabyte Aorus 4-series boards, so you might just have a dud.

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@lmeneses: I've tried with one stick of RAM and it shuts of 1 second after starting, so unfortunately no luck there.

 

@NelizMastr: I'm re-using my corsair cx500m. Maybe I should try buying a new one tomorrow then?

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@stef4234  Have you tried re-installing the CPU?

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On 11/16/2018 at 4:46 PM, NelizMastr said:

Which PSU did you re-use? Just to be sure.

 

Also, I've heard some horror stories about Gigabyte Aorus 4-series boards, so you might just have a dud.

It was the motherboard that was a dud

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