I have built a new pc it powers on with led lights

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Nate1

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So i built this pc and it turns on the fans spin also cpu fan spins but there isnt any picture going through to my monitor im nit sure what type of problem this is as its my first pc build but i have a feeling its because i turned the pc on when i first built it but turned it off a couple of seconds after. Anyone have any advice ir resolutions??
 

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Post a list of all the components in the PC please.

If the switch off was done by pressing the power switch on the case it shouldn't have done any harm.
 

Nate1

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Yes it was with the case switch but ill list the parts below

Ryzen 3 1200
Amd rx570 4gb
Gigabyte b450m ds3h
450w 80+ bronze corsair
8gb ddr4 2400
1tb wd blue hdd
128gb ssd by crucial
Cit f3 case
 

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Have you read the guide at the top of the hw forum for problem builds? If not, do so. If you follow ALL of the steps, you will find the cause of your no POST condition.

Common errors for new builders;
1 Aux 4/8/12pin pw connector not plugged in
2 Motherboard shorted to case due to incorrect placement of standoffs
3 Parts not compatible. Does not seem to be the cause in this case
4 Incorrect install of heatsink fan or cooler. More an intel problem than an amd problem since the amd type coolers are pretty much idiot proof
 

Nate1

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Yes it was with the case switch but ill list the parts below

Ryzen 3 1200
Amd rx570 4gb
Gigabyte b450m ds3h
450w 80+ bronze corsair
8gb ddr4 2400
1tb wd blue hdd
128gb ssd by crucial
Cit f3 case
If you need mor
Have you read the guide at the top of the hw forum for problem builds? If not, do so. If you follow ALL of the steps, you will find the cause of your no POST condition.

Common errors for new builders;
1 Aux 4/8/12pin pw connector not plugged in
2 Motherboard shorted to case due to incorrect placement of standoffs
3 Parts not compatible. Does not seem to be the cause in this case
4 Incorrect install of heatsink fan or cooler. More an intel problem than an amd problem since the amd type coolers are pretty much idiot proof
i doubt i have shorted it but what is the aux connector is that the four pin circle thing named speaker
 

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Just an observation on your choice of motherboard. That is a low end gigabyte board; no dual bios, realtek lan [instead of intel lan] older audio codec, etc. A board like this is ok for a basic build ie onchip video, email, etc it is not intended on running a gaming type video card.
 

Nate1

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Just an observation on your choice of motherboard. That is a low end gigabyte board; no dual bios, realtek lan [instead of intel lan] older audio codec, etc. A board like this is ok for a basic build ie onchip video, email, etc it is not intended on running a gaming type video card.
I had two though as i was on a very low budget of £450 but do you have any idea of what the speaker thing is that you put inti the same pins as hdd led and stuff
 

Nate1

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Is that what you connect the cpu power cable to if so i have plugged that in
 

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The speaker is something like this pic. Do understand that the speaker is not needed for the board to POST.
 

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