Ryzen 5 1600X msi b350m gaming pro

Hi,
Yesterday I put together a pc with the following specs:
mb: msi b350m gaming pro
cpu: amd ryzen 5 1600x
ram: corsair value ram ddr4
gpu: nvidia msi gtx 1060 6gb oc armor
The problem is when I boot the pc, there is no signal on the screen and there are lots of red leds that light up, including cpu led, ez debug led, gpu led and maybe ram led. The cpu fan and the tower fan do work
The processor felt hot after switching it on.

Do you have any ideas?
Thanks for your help!
James Hawken
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  1. hey james, did you connect a cable from the psu to the hdd, and from the hdd to the motherboard?

    what psu have you got?
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  2. superninja12 said:
    hey james, did you connect a cable from the psu to the hdd, and from the hdd to the motherboard?

    what psu have you got?


    Thanks for your answer, I have yes, but do you think it is hdd related? because I should still be able to get to bios without hdd. I have a corsair vs550.
    Thanks again
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  3. is your monitor on the right channel?

    first boot can take some time to load.
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  4. superninja12 said:
    is your monitor on the right channel?

    first boot can take some time to load.

    Yep it is on right channel . I let it on for quite a long time but nothing :(
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  5. installed the 4 -8 pin cpu on top? , try booting it with 1 stick of ram in all slots.
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  6. superninja12 said:
    installed the 4 -8 pin cpu on top? , try booting it with 1 stick of ram in all slots.


    Yep it is plugged in properly, I took out and put it back a few times.

    I only have 1 stick in, I tried using another ddr4 stick but there is still the same problem.
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  7. is the cpu cooler attached to the cpu fan.

    this sounds silly but check if all the cables are fully plugged in, its a common mistake.

    also check this out. http://www.tomshardware.com/faq/id-1893016/post-system-boot-video-output-troubleshooting-checklist.html
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  8. superninja12 said:
    is the cpu cooler attached to the cpu fan.

    this sounds silly but check if all the cables are fully plugged in, its a common mistake.

    also check this out. http://www.tomshardware.com/faq/id-1893016/post-system-boot-video-output-troubleshooting-checklist.html


    I have checked and cpu fan is in right place and it actually turns. Everything is plugged in properly, I double checked it all.
    I'll take a look thanks
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  9. I have the exact same problem with my new build. Very similar specs:

    Partlist
    mb: Asus - PRIME B350M-A Micro ATX AM4 Motherboard
    cpu: AMD - Ryzen 5 1600X 3.6GHz 6-Core Processor
    ram: Crucial - 16GB (2 x 8GB) DDR4-2133 Memory
    gpu: Palit - GeForce GTX 1050 Ti 4GB StormX Video Card
    psu: OCZ - ModXStream Pro 700W 80+ Certified Semi-Modular ATX Power Supply

    I have tried using two different monitors with two sets of HDMI / DVI cables from the GPU without success. Taken the GPU out and tried it in a different computer - works fine.

    I have used the RAM in all slots. (a1 + b1, a2 + b2, a1, b2 etc). Also I have read that there are compatibility issues with certain ram types when used with some Ryzen cpu's... Could that be the issue?

    Cycled power multiple times when switching out components. I have triple checked the cabling making sure everything is plugged in correctly. I have reseated every component and cable - CPU and CPU heatsync included.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated,

    Thanks
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  10. melin make your own thread please
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  11. Are you sure that the monitor is connected to the right port?
    By right port, I mean that you have to connect the cable to the suitable port on the GPU not the On-Board one.
    The Ryzen series of proccessors don't have Graphic cores on 'em to be able to provide display via the On-Board one.
    Those On-Board ones are meant for the new-gen Athlon series of processors.
    Long story short, if you have connected your monitor to the on-board DVI/VGA Port while using a Ryzen series processor, you won't get any display.
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  12. BTW MelinTrip, won't the GTX 1050Ti 4GB bottleneck the Ryzen 1600x?
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  13. I have exactly same problem with gtx 1060 3gb, ryzen 1600 and b350m.
    Reply to mihkel.reimes
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