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I would like to clarify, after the computer splashed the bios screen for a second and turned off, it wouldn't do it again. It's back to no display. I redid everything you suggested to try and replicate it but was unable to. So I'm not sure if that's still a psu issue or not.

 

well you can somewhat test the psu by unpluging it completely from the system both the 4pin and the 24pin and use a paperclip method by sticking one end of a paper clip into the green wire on the psu and the other end of the paperclip into a black wire. DO NOT put the paper clip in any other colored wire. The black wires are ground wire the green wire is the on/off switch. The psu should then turn on and the fan should spin. Basically just turn it on for a minute. If it stays on then most likely it isn't a psu issue.


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well you can somewhat test the psu by unpluging it completely from the system both the 4pin and the 24pin and use a paperclip method by sticking one end of a paper clip into the green wire on the psu and the other end of the paperclip into a black wire. DO NOT put the paper clip in any other colored wire. The black wires are ground wire the green wire is the on/off switch. The psu should then turn on and the fan should spin. Basically just turn it on for a minute.

I tried that and the psu fans spin and everything.
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I tried that and the psu fans spin and everything.

 

Well I am out of ideas so I would probably consider RMA'ing the CPU and Motherboard. Or wait and see if someone else has any other ideas. However it sounds like a CPU or Motherboard issue to me at this point.

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Well I am out of ideas so I would probably consider RMA'ing the CPU and Motherboard. Or wait and see if someone else has any other ideas. However it sounds like a CPU or Motherboard issue to me at this point.

Damn I hope it's not a cpu issue since I bought it from microcenter and they most likely won't take it back since it's been 15 days already.

Alright thanks for the help through all of this,I had a faint glimmer of hope following your suggestions which is more than I've gotten trying to troubleshoot it myself.
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Damn I hope it's not a cpu issue since I bought it from microcenter and they most likely won't take it back since it's been 15 days already.

Alright thanks for the help through all of this,I had a faint glimmer of hope following your suggestions which is more than I've gotten trying to troubleshoot it myself.

 

You could take your system to micro center and have them check it out. Not sure if they will charge you to test the board and cpu. But they should have interchangeable parts there to test the components. 

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