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Firstly, I'm sorry if this isn't really the right place for this, I can't be sure what the issue.

1. Ryzen 1700 with wraith cooler
2. Asus prime x370-pro (bios ver 0504 on sticker)
3. Corsair ddr4 ram
4. Gtx 1060
5. 240 Gb ssd
6. 2tb hdd
7. 750w gold plus PSU from evga
8. Asus cd drive (nothing special, really just from installing windows)

I've been building a new Ryzen system with a friend and we've hit a wall.
We have put the computer together but it refuses to post. No debug beeping either.
It does turn on, the rgb on the motherboard, CPU cooler, and GPU, but goes no further. I've tried:

1. Moved around ram to different slots, including just using 1 stick.
2. Removed the cpu/cooler and reseated the CPU and cooler back on top.
3. Moved the GPU to a different slot.
4. Removed hdd to ensure only ssd
5. Reset CMOS using pins on board.
6. Removed CMOS battery for 20 seconds and replaced it on board.
7. Reseated power cables on board to ensure all fully plugged in.

I'll post more as we think of it, maybe even a picture. But really could use a hand.

post #2 of 15
Check which outputs you're using and make sure the panel is working properly and on the right input?

Super basic but that's the only obvious thing you didn't mention
post #3 of 15
Take the board out to confirm it's not a shorting issue.
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Check which outputs you're using and make sure the panel is working properly and on the right input?

Super basic but that's the only obvious thing you didn't mention

Plugged into the GPU hdmi port to the monitor's hdmi Port.

Starting the process of taking everything apart and starting again.
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Plugged into the GPU hdmi port to the monitor's hdmi Port.

Starting the process of taking everything apart and starting again.

rebuild it outside of the case on some boxes. Start with just the motherboard and psu, and listen for the beep codes. If you don't get any beep, it's very likely your motherboard or psu is doa.
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rebuild it outside of the case on some boxes. Start with just the motherboard and psu, and listen for the beep codes. If you don't get any beep, it's very likely your motherboard or psu is doa.
Would the motherboard even beep with any speakers plugged in?

Also, this motherboard does not have any of the handy debugging screens that normally light up on the motherboard to indicate if the system posted or not.

Edit: just tried powering up the mobo with just the psu plugged in, and it didn't work, but I also added on the CPU afterwords and the power went through just fine like before. No beeps or sounds at all though. Starting to think the mobo itself is faulty.
Edited by Frozenkuma - 4/29/17 at 6:12pm
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Would the motherboard even beep with any speakers plugged in?

Also, this motherboard does not have any of the handy debugging screens that normally light up on the motherboard to indicate if the system posted or not.

Edit: just tried powering up the mobo with just the psu plugged in, and it didn't work, but I also added on the CPU afterwords and the power went through just fine like before. No beeps or sounds at all though. Starting to think the mobo itself is faulty.

Do you have a mother board speaker? It's not the same as having speakers plugged in to the io on the motherboard. They are little speakers you plug into a 4 pin usually near the front panel pins on the motherboard.

And sorry, yea put the cpu in with the motherboard, just leave everything else out to begin with. So just cpu mobo and psu. If you get beeps, look up the beep codes for your motherboard, but it will likely be in regards to there being no RAM, which is what you want. And you can go from there just keep adding parts back one by one and listen for the beep codes it gives u.

If it doesn't beep with just those three things it's most likely that the mobo is doa. But yea, you will need a motherboard speaker. Mobos usually come with them in the accessories kit.
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post #8 of 15
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Yeah, no dice. Took it all apart and laid it out with just the CPU, PSU and Mobo connected (And the case as I needed to use the case's power button to turn the mobo on) and no beeps at all. I'm going to return the motherboard to the store tomorrow.


I guess I should have gone with the general advice of people and stayed away from the Asus motherboards. Thank you for the support.
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Yeah, no dice. Took it all apart and laid it out with just the CPU, PSU and Mobo connected (And the case as I needed to use the case's power button to turn the mobo on) and no beeps at all. I'm going to return the motherboard to the store tomorrow.

The reason the other guys were saying to take it out of the case is that it might be shorting at the back of the motherboard. Remove it from the case and just use a screwdriver to short the two powerbtn pins.
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I know, I did understand that was the intention. It unfortunately still didn't work. I also tried shorting the power button pins before as well to no avail (Advised from another source).
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