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Issues with the AMD FX-8350 and Asus 970 pro gaming/aura

INTRODUCTION:

I've have been looking around for answers and have seemed to have found myself in a similar situation as many others as well as no fix found yet.

PROBLEM: The motherboard and all other parts appear to be working visually, for instance Power wise, i can tell so via RGB or other lighting/ Fans, But unfortunately the computer wont even give signal to any of my monitors, As well as this the "CPU_LED" Is on to indicate a problem with my CPU but i am yet to find out what that could be.

FINALIZATION: So if anybody has a solution or potential idea or simply has the same problem please let me know as this will probably help me hugely,

PS; Let me know if i left anything out or more info may be needed.

Thanks - Luke
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  1. First thought should be graphics card problem. 1st I would try a different HDMI or DVI cable. 2nd another graphics gard and 3rd if its a boot loop i would check the ram. Try to boot the pc with only one stick of ram.
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  2. The monitors are plugged into a gpu and not the motherboard?
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  3. The Fx 8350 doesnt have integrated graphics, he must have a gpu
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  4. I know, he states the monitors receive no signal. This would happen if the monitors were plugged into the motherboard. You would be surprised how often this mistake is made.

    Could easily be something else though.
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  5. I didn't think of that :)
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  6. The AMD-FX 8350 is not an APU, therefore the cable is not in the motherboard, I have tried the Motherboard and CPU with different GPU and RAM so i think it may be a Power supply issue although everything still lights up. Any thoughts on this?
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  7. Best answer
    Does the motherboard have another pcie x16 slot you can try to rule out a problem with the socket.

    Are you sure there are no bent cpu pins?

    It could be psu but only way to know is trying another.
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  8. Try another pcie slot and reset your motherboard. There is a reset button in the back. Did you change any options in the BIOS before this happened?
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  9. sizzling said:
    Does the motherboard have another pcie x16 slot you can try to rule out a problem with the socket.

    Are you sure there are no bent cpu pins?

    It could be psu but only way to know is trying another.


    There are no bent pins and the Other PCIE slot has the same issue.
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  10. fourosg said:
    Try another pcie slot and reset your motherboard. There is a reset button in the back. Did you change any options in the BIOS before this happened?


    I have yet to even got signal on my screen so it has been impossible to get to the Bios although i did reset the CMOS to try and fix and this did nothing.
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