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MSI 990FX Gaming with AMD 9590fx

Hi Guys,
I have recently assembled my PC with these following components installed :-
--MSI 990FX Gaming (NEW)
--AMD 9590FX (NEW)
--Corsair Vengeance DDR3 8GB1600mHz 1.50V ver2.20 CMZ8GX3M1A1600C10(OLD)
--Nvidia Quadro K600(OLD)
--Corsair Hydro Series H80i V2 Liquid Cooler(NEW)
--Corsair PSU RM1000X(OLD)
--NZXT ATX Cabinet.

Hard Disk--as usual & Asus DVD Writer.

NOW, before you judge me, I may tell you that I had AMD-8150 & ASUS Sabertooth before this with the same RAM, Graphic Card, PSU & Cabinet and I had been working with configuration since 6-7 years. I had Budget Constraints this time. So not talking deep about why not that & this. Please help me with an issue I am facing after assembling the top mentioned components, if you can. :)

NOW, the issue is, after I switched the PC, it seemed like ON, but nothing appeared on screen and my keyboard too ain't working nor my mouse. Rest I am sure Hard disk seems to be on and in fact DVD writer seems to be on but then why nothing is coming up? Why my keyboard & mouse are not working, even though I have checked all the cable twice-thrice.

Please Guide. I require a good guidance here.
Thank you :)
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  1. That's a really bad choice (AMD 9590FX),

    Are any lights and fans on your mother board on?
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  2. YES, there are lights on motherboard, everything seems ON on motherboard, BUT nothing seems going out. I mean when I am touching the Hard-Disk, It feels like running and So is the DVD Writer But Screen is blank and so is Keyboard and mouse. :(
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  3. OP: Hey guys.. I just bought some shitty components but please help me get them to work.. K.. thanks!
    Reply to Neuspeed
  4. Can you hear any beeps when turning on the computer?

    Is the power supply correctly connected to the motherboard and cpu?
    Are the RAM sticks properly placed and in the right channels?
    Reply to YoAndy
  5. Neuspeed said:
    OP: Hey guys.. I just bought some shitty components but please help me get them to work.. K.. thanks!

    Don't Waste your time in assuming, if you can't help.
    Reply to tripti07sky
  6. YoAndy said:
    Can you hear any beeps when turning on the computer?

    Is the power supply correctly connected to the motherboard and cpu?
    Are the RAM sticks properly placed and in the right channels?


    No, I don't think I can hear any beep. And yes power supplies are connected all properly an intact. I in fact took out and re-attached them again just to be sure. As I have mentioned earlier, Motherboard and CPU are running. RAM is placed in the first slot, as its only ONE available for the time being.
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    tripti07sky said:
    YoAndy said:
    Can you hear any beeps when turning on the computer?

    Is the power supply correctly connected to the motherboard and cpu?
    Are the RAM sticks properly placed and in the right channels?


    No, I don't think I can hear any beep. And yes power supplies are connected all properly an intact. I in fact took out and re-attached them again just to be sure. As I have mentioned earlier, Motherboard and CPU are running. RAM is placed in the first slot, as its only ONE available for the time being.


    Go through this list and let me know if it helped you find the problem.

    http://www.tomshardware.com/forum/261145-31-perform-steps-posting-post-boot-video-problems
    Reply to YoAndy
  8. OMG!! How can I forget that. Hahahahhaaha...Silly me...:P

    Hey THANKs for reminding that. All's Fine now.

    Lolz.. I m actually Smiling when alone on my silly mistake.
    Reply to tripti07sky
  9. tripti07sky said:
    OMG!! How can I forget that. Hahahahhaaha...Silly me...:P

    Hey THANKs for reminding that. All's Fine now.

    Lolz.. I m actually Smiling when alone on my silly mistake.


    What was it if you don't mind telling us?
    Reply to YoAndy
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