Changed psu and now issues

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Was working, changed psu and now no power to mouse and keyboard and no signal on monitor.
Amd 3800x
B450m
750x corsair
Aorus 1080ti / tried gtx 960
16gb patriot viper
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Is the psu pci cable connected to the motherboard properly?
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Is the psu pci cable connected to the motherboard properly?
It looks so, yes
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Had the issue before and it was ram but its defo not ram this time :/
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https://youtu.be/VppeEYIyR-A
https://youtu.be/F-nmGypcYQM
Videos of mobo
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Does it make a beeped-tone when you turn it on. If so how many beeps?
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Are thefans running and does the mobo and gpu lights come on?
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I'm going to ask...

...did you turn the switch on the PSU on? (Edit: I've just checked and can see in the first vid it's not on.)

I've forgotten that part a couple of times...
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(Original post by KyleH123)
Was working, changed psu and now no power to mouse and keyboard and no signal on monitor.
Amd 3800x
B450m
750x corsair
Aorus 1080ti / tried gtx 960
16gb patriot viper
In the video your PSU is turned off at the back. If that's not the issue, did you change vendors when changing the PSU? If so, did you also use the new cables that came with that PSU? Despite everything else being standardised, PSU cables are unique between vendors and even if they fit it's quite possible they are wired completely differently.

On an unrelated note, check the motherboard manual but I'm going to guess your RAM should be in the other 2 slots for best performance. Generally you want the furthest from the CPU (then miss one), rather than the one closest.
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(Original post by XOR_)
Does it make a beeped-tone when you turn it on. If so how many beeps?
no beeps

(Original post by NotNotBatman)
Are thefans running and does the mobo and gpu lights come on?
yes they all come on and so do the gpu lights

(Original post by ozzyoscy)
I'm going to ask...

...did you turn the switch on the PSU on? (Edit: I've just checked and can see in the first vid it's not on.)

I've forgotten that part a couple of times...
yes

(Original post by Acsel2.0)
In the video your PSU is turned off at the back. If that's not the issue, did you change vendors when changing the PSU? If so, did you also use the new cables that came with that PSU? Despite everything else being standardised, PSU cables are unique between vendors and even if they fit it's quite possible they are wired completely differently.

On an unrelated note, check the motherboard manual but I'm going to guess your RAM should be in the other 2 slots for best performance. Generally you want the furthest from the CPU (then miss one), rather than the one closest.
yeah i used the new cables and ive tried all possible slots and 1 stick of ram
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yeah i used the new cables and ive tried all possible slots and 1 stick of ram
Does it still work with the old PSU?

Have you tried removing the GPU and plugging the monitor into the motherboard? Have you also checked that your monitor input has changed (i.e. it's not reset itself to VGA instead of HDMI for example).

If you remove everything and just have the 24 pin power, CPU power and the monitor plugged into the motherboard do you get anything? No USB devices, no GPU, etc. If at this point you get absolutely nothing, I'd go with returning the unit as faulty. At that point if the old PSU works and the new one doesn't, it's basically down to the cables or the PSU itself.
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(Original post by Acsel2.0)
Does it still work with the old PSU?

Have you tried removing the GPU and plugging the monitor into the motherboard? Have you also checked that your monitor input has changed (i.e. it's not reset itself to VGA instead of HDMI for example).

If you remove everything and just have the 24 pin power, CPU power and the monitor plugged into the motherboard do you get anything? No USB devices, no GPU, etc. If at this point you get absolutely nothing, I'd go with returning the unit as faulty. At that point if the old PSU works and the new one doesn't, it's basically down to the cables or the PSU itself.
Friend came and we tried a new mobo and it worked
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Friend came and we tried a new mobo and it worked
That's very unusual, but glad you've got a working system now
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