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my computer does turn on but no beeps, only cpu fan,case fans,graphics card,and motherboard leds,and no display on my screen

I Just built my new pc, I tried to look it up on google to see if that could help but nothing.I did try the test boot post from the little speak that makes the beeps, no beeps ,tried removing ram and reinserting one stick of ram still nothing. tried no ram still nothing, I even tried a different PC screen, still nothing. I checked my cpu if i put it in correctly and i did,put in back together I was using HDMI I did try removing that button cell battery that is in the motherboard and put it back in nothing. I'm thinking it is the motherboard that is causing it.
My pc specs:
case: Rosewill challenger U3
Power supply:Cooler Master V650 - Compact 650W 80 PLUS Gold Modular PSU
Ram:G.SKILL Ripjaws Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600
motherboard:MSI 970 Gaming AM3+ AMD 970 6 x SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX AMD Motherboard
Cpu:AMD FX-6300 Vishera 6-Core 3.5GHz (4.1GHz Turbo) Socket AM3+
Graphic card:Asus geforce gtx 960 strix 2gb
cpu cooler:cooler master hyper 212 evo
Hard drive:western digital 1 TB hard drive
I did contact newegg about getting replacement motherboard so I wondering if the motherboard is the problem
Thank you for your guys thoughts on this
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  1. Greevil said:
    I Just built my new pc, I tried to look it up on google to see if that could help but nothing.I did try the test boot post from the little speak that makes the beeps, no beeps ,tried removing ram and reinserting one stick of ram still nothing. tried no ram still nothing, I even tried a different PC screen, still nothing. I checked my cpu if i put it in correctly and i did,put in back together I was using HDMI I did try removing that button cell battery that is in the motherboard and put it back in nothing. I'm thinking it is the motherboard that is causing it.
    My pc specs:
    case: Rosewill challenger U3
    Power supply:Cooler Master V650 - Compact 650W 80 PLUS Gold Modular PSU
    Ram:G.SKILL Ripjaws Series 8GB (2 x 4GB) 240-Pin DDR3 SDRAM DDR3 1600
    motherboard:MSI 970 Gaming AM3+ AMD 970 6 x SATA 6Gb/s USB 3.0 ATX AMD Motherboard
    Cpu:AMD FX-6300 Vishera 6-Core 3.5GHz (4.1GHz Turbo) Socket AM3+
    Graphic card:Asus geforce gtx 960 strix 2gb
    cpu cooler:cooler master hyper 212 evo
    Hard drive:western digital 1 TB hard drive
    I did contact newegg about getting replacement motherboard so I wondering if the motherboard is the problem
    Thank you for your guys thoughts on this

    i also had that issue just check you gpu and your hdmi cable or vga cable.in my problem my gpu was the problem.it stopped working so i suggest that you better check your gpu.
    Update me.
  2. Remove your GPU and plug your VHA/HMDI or DVI cable into the Motherboard on board graphics see if you get a picture then if you do then its the GPU, if you don't then it seems like a mobo issue as it didn't beep at all.
  3. Hawkshot said:
    Remove your GPU and plug your VHA/HMDI or DVI cable into the Motherboard on board graphics see if you get a picture then if you do then its the GPU, if you don't then it seems like a mobo issue as it didn't beep at all.

    yeah hawkshot i also think that gpu is the issue.
  4. Hawkshot said:
    Remove your GPU and plug your VHA/HMDI or DVI cable into the Motherboard on board graphics see if you get a picture then if you do then its the GPU, if you don't then it seems like a mobo issue as it didn't beep at all.


    the MSI 970 motherboard does not have on board graphics, My GPU is fine
  5. Greevil said:
    Hawkshot said:
    Remove your GPU and plug your VHA/HMDI or DVI cable into the Motherboard on board graphics see if you get a picture then if you do then its the GPU, if you don't then it seems like a mobo issue as it didn't beep at all.


    the MSI 970 motherboard does not have on board graphics, My GPU is fine

    i am not talking about on board graphics i am talking about gpu like nvidia,ati etc.try to put another gpu in your cpu and see if it works.
  6. I did try to put in another gpu and cpu that worked on my other computer and still no picture seems like the motherboard is the issue, my Strix worked on the other Computer so my gpu is not the problem same with the cpu
  7. Greevil said:
    I did try to put in another gpu and cpu that worked on my other computer and still no picture seems like the motherboard is the issue, my Strix worked on the other Computer so my gpu is not the problem same with the cpu

    ok try these steps:
    1.re insert your gpu and ram
    2.re attach your cables
    3.check your processor
    (this step is important I think this step will solve your problem)4.Try Changing Your Cpu cooler with a cheap cooler which is on your processor.
    update me.
  8. Sunehildeep said:
    Greevil said:
    I did try to put in another gpu and cpu that worked on my other computer and still no picture seems like the motherboard is the issue, my Strix worked on the other Computer so my gpu is not the problem same with the cpu

    ok try these steps:
    1.re insert your gpu and ram
    2.re attach your cables
    3.check your processor
    (this step is important I think this step will solve your problem)4.Try Changing Your Cpu cooler with a cheap cooler which is on your processor.
    update me.


    I tried that and still nothing
  9. Greevil said:
    Sunehildeep said:
    Greevil said:
    I did try to put in another gpu and cpu that worked on my other computer and still no picture seems like the motherboard is the issue, my Strix worked on the other Computer so my gpu is not the problem same with the cpu

    ok try these steps:
    1.re insert your gpu and ram
    2.re attach your cables
    3.check your processor
    (this step is important I think this step will solve your problem)4.Try Changing Your Cpu cooler with a cheap cooler which is on your processor.
    update me.


    I tried that and still nothing

    did u tried changing your cpu cooler that is on processor?
  10. yeah used the cpu cooler that came with processor
  11. Greevil said:
    yeah used the cpu cooler that came with processor

    no don't use that use that cooler, use another. a cheap and light cooler and see if it works.
  12. Sunehildeep said:
    Greevil said:
    yeah used the cpu cooler that came with processor

    no don't use that use that cooler, use another. a cheap and light cooler and see if it works.

    I did not use the cooler master hyper one I used the stock one that came with the processor that is all I have for this build
  13. Greevil said:
    Sunehildeep said:
    Greevil said:
    yeah used the cpu cooler that came with processor

    no don't use that use that cooler, use another. a cheap and light cooler and see if it works.

    I did not use the cooler master hyper one I used the stock one that came with the processor that is all I have for this build

    but i think the cooler is the problem because this problem which u have happen with me many times and sometimes some motherboards becomes weak and cant handle the coolers which come with the stock.it happened with me also and my pc gave no display so i went to a shop and they replaced my cooler with a light and cheap cooler and it solved the problem. thats why i am saying u to change your cooler to a light one dont use heavy coolers and try changing to a vga cable.
  14. Best answer
    Greevil said:
    Sunehildeep said:
    Greevil said:
    yeah used the cpu cooler that came with processor

    no don't use that use that cooler, use another. a cheap and light cooler and see if it works.

    I did not use the cooler master hyper one I used the stock one that came with the processor that is all I have for this build


    Change the mobo after reading the comment chain it sounds more like the mobo cant communicate between itself properly anymore, try changing the mobo for a cheap £30 one or something see if that works.
  15. problem was the motherboard, pc is now up and running and works thanks to you guys who helped me out with this problem-thanks a bunch
  16. Greevil said:
    problem was the motherboard, pc is now and running and works thanks to you guys who helped me out with this problem-thanks a bunch


    Fantastic! glad you got your system up and running again :)
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