I have the CPU LED lit up on the Ez debug led’s

  jack_280 09:09 23 Mar 2018
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Can’t get any display on my pc, all fans and led’s are spinning and on, once my pc is turned on I can longer turn it off using the power button( have to turn off using psu) which makes me think it has to be the bios of the cpu( need updating maybe?) or the cpu is damaged , thanks in advance.

Specs:

Motherboard-B350m Gaming Pro CPU- Ryzen 5 with wraith cooler RAM- Corsair CMK16GX4M2B3000C15 Vengeance LPX 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 3000MHz GPU- EVGA GeForce GTX 1060 SuperClocked 6GB PSU- Corsair CP-9020102-UK CX550M 550 W 80+ Bronze Certified ATX Po Wer Supply Unit

  Forum Editor 09:32 23 Mar 2018

Just to be clear...

As I understand it, your computer starts and runs normally, but you can't shut it down normally, or by holding the power button down - is that the situation?

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 22:49 23 Mar 2018

Have you connected the power connection on the motherboard close to the CPU?

  jack_280 02:11 24 Mar 2018

No when I press the power button to turn on all the fans start spinning, less are on, on the motherboard etc, however nothing happens on the monitor, completely black screen like there’s no input, then when I press and hold the power button to turn it back off, nothing happens I have to use the switch on the back of the power supply. And as far as I know unless I’m being completely blind all wires are plugged in fully and correctly.

  jack_280 02:17 24 Mar 2018

LED’s not less **

  wee eddie 02:52 24 Mar 2018

Reseat your Graphics Card

  wee eddie 02:54 24 Mar 2018

Just guessing but I don't think that the PSU's up to the job

  jack_280 05:05 24 Mar 2018

Reseated my graphics card multiple times, plus it’s the cpu led that’s lit up on the motherboard, graphics card brand new out the box, had a friend try the graphics card on his own pc and it was fully functional. I’m still thinking it could be the bios need updating on the motherboard.

  jack_280 05:13 24 Mar 2018

And the PSU is the second one I’ve tried, already returned it once as I thought that was the issue, however because it’s semi modular im wondering if it could be the PCI-E-> PSU wire.

  Fruit Bat /\0/\ 14:08 24 Mar 2018

Remove refit CPU make sure you haven't bent any pins

  wee eddie 14:26 24 Mar 2018

The graphics card needs 400 watts. 550 watts is not sufficient

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