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Old 06-01-2018, 02:15 PM
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A photo of the install would be helpful. It doesn't look like your motherboard has any kind of code or indicator for failure ... can you check your BIOS for beep codes?

Check that the RAM is fully seated. Check that the CPU_FAN is attached and functioning. Make sure that a monitor is attached to the system. Make sure that both the ATX 24-pin and the 8-pin CPU power connector are attached and solid.

I would suggest trying to boot with the bare minimum as well ... no LEDs (if you have any on the LED headers), no hard drive, no dGPU ... just RAM, CPU and power. Plug the monitor into the back of the case. If that works, work your way up from there.

And yes, you can short the pins for the power switch to manually turn the system on. A screwdriver on both pins will do the trick.
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