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post #1 of 27 (permalink) Old 10-11-2019, 04:44 PM - Thread Starter
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New X570 Auros Xtreme not booting

Just finished building my new machine today. Broke down my up and running old X58 gaming rig this morning and put together the X570 AMD machine this afternoon. Upon boot nothing happens. No lights or anything. I tested the PSU from the wall and i'm seeing 110v, used a PSU tester and all the lights except the -5v light up. I'm re-using my EVGA SuperNova 1000w T2 Titanium PSU that was working this morning. Any ideas?

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post #2 of 27 (permalink) Old 10-11-2019, 05:12 PM
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No lights, fans, nothing? My T/S order would be:

  • First thing is double check all the PSU connections, specifically the 24/8 pin.

  • If you are using any PSU cable extensions remove them from the equation.

  • If you have both plugged in try just one. Alternate between plugs + cables in the PSU and 8 pin on the board.

    --- IE cable 1, psu 1, board 1. Next cable 1, psu 2, board 1. Next cable 1, psu 2, board 2. Etc until you exhaust combinations.

  • If you have another PSU to try do so.

  • Next I would try with just the 24+8 pin power connector. No ram, GPU, etc.

  • Next remove the CPU and heatsink.

  • Finally try the board outside the case on a non-conductive surface.
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No lights, fans, nothing? My T/S order would be:

  • First thing is double check all the PSU connections, specifically the 24/8 pin.

  • If you are using any PSU cable extensions remove them from the equation.

  • If you have both plugged in try just one. Alternate between plugs + cables in the PSU and 8 pin on the board.

    --- IE cable 1, psu 1, board 1. Next cable 1, psu 2, board 1. Next cable 1, psu 2, board 2. Etc until you exhaust combinations.

  • If you have another PSU to try do so.

  • Next I would try with just the 24+8 pin power connector. No ram, GPU, etc.

  • Next remove the CPU and heatsink.

  • Finally try the board outside the case on a non-conductive surface.

Thanks for the reply, @GBT-MatthewH

The PSU is working. When I connected the SATA and Peripheral wires to my PSU and then connected my fan controller that users a 4 pin molex it lit up and supplied power to a fan I have connected to it. I also connected a SATA HDD to the SATA wire and I heard the drive spin up. All of that works when I use the PSU tester which I think is basically a jumper for the PSU cause I also have a Jumper for the 24pin that I use to cycle my custom loop, when I use it. So the PSU seems to be fine.

EDIT: DOES THE F.PANEL HAVE TO BE CONNECTED TO BOOT UP OR CAN I DISCONNECT IT AND USE THE ONBOARD PWR & RST BUTTONS?

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Could a dead bios battery cause this issue?

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On board button is what I would use. Disconnect everything... You want as few variables as possible. Battery shouldn't affect it at all. You can boot without it even installed.
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How do I remove the armor to get to the CMOS battery to change it out? I've taken all the parts off with the screws but there is one piece that covers the CMOS that I can't remove.

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...does it give you a split-second of 'anything' - even if just a relay click ? I had an annoying issue with a SSD/SSD connector that must have been internally damaged. Once I replaced SSD and cable, the system fired right up. No idea if that's an issue here, but worth trying.

...re. battery, you can start and run a system w/o any battery, other than always loosing your bios settings, time, date
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On board button is what I would use. Disconnect everything... You want as few variables as possible. Battery shouldn't affect it at all. You can boot without it even installed.
@GBT-MatthewH Everything is uninstalled except the CPU w/HS and it still won't boot up. No lights, nothing. Double checked the PSU again with a jumper on the 24pin and it's fine. The only PSU wires that are connected are the 24pin ATX and 1 8pin ESP CPU wire. Nothing.

I have a local Micro Center not too far from here that dropped the price of the 3800X by $50. That would be my last trouble shooting option AFAIK before things point towards the board. Hmm

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Quote: Originally Posted by J7SC View Post
...does it give you a split-second of 'anything' - even if just a relay click ? I had an annoying issue with a SSD/SSD connector that must have been internally damaged. Once I replaced SSD and cable, the system fired right up. No idea if that's an issue here, but worth trying.

...re. battery, you can start and run a system w/o any battery, other than always loosing your bios settings, time, date
Very nice build you got there. I checked your link in your sig.

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Still no go.
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