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Newly Built PC Doesn't Start


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#1 nicholasb916

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Posted 27 November 2012 - 05:30 PM

I just received a new computer case and assembled the computer. The computer does not boot and I don't believe the is a POST beep either. When I press the power button, the computer fans would spin ,and the LEDs would light up, but nothing would turn on. I would have to unplug the computer to shut it off. I then realized I forgot to plug in the 8-pin connection from the PSU. After I plugged that in, the fans would spin and the LEDs would light up, but only for a good second the shut down. I've tried just about everything and I need help please!


Computer Specs:
2.8 Ghz AMD Processor
600 Watt PSU
XFX R7770 GPU with Ghost Thermal Technology
ASRock Motherboard
8 GB of RAM with Heatsinks
Windows 7 Pro

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Posted 28 November 2012 - 07:03 AM

Have you been able to get the computer to POST at all? Are all of the cables inside the computer connected?

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Posted 01 December 2012 - 03:18 AM

please give the model of your computer specifications to better help you. are you sure. I searched HD 7770 models from XFX and they require 6 pin power connector not 8... :D




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