Replaced power supply and motherboard pc still won't boot

Pentium g4560
Team group ddr4 2400
MSI b250m gaming pro
Evga 500w
MSI gaming x 1050ti
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  1. Can you get into BIOS at all? Is there any POST code?
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  2. JalYt_Justin said:
    Can you get into BIOS at all? Is there any POST code?


    There is no response at all it's as if it's nit plugged in
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  3. kylejames102 said:
    JalYt_Justin said:
    Can you get into BIOS at all? Is there any POST code?


    There is no response at all it's as if it's nit plugged in

    Should be obvious, but make sure your power supply is actually switched on (via the switch on the back) and make sure wherever the computer is plugged into is also sourcing power.

    If it's getting power and it just isn't even POSTing, it's pretty likely that it's either a CPU or RAM error. If you have off-hand DDR4 RAM somewhere try it with that, or try it with just 1 stick if you have 2 sticks. If RAM isn't the problem then it's probably a CPU problem. At that rate you should just make sure it's 100% mounted correctly and that you haven't broken any pins on your motherboard. If nothing at all works, then it might be time for a new CPU.
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  4. JalYt_Justin said:
    kylejames102 said:
    JalYt_Justin said:
    Can you get into BIOS at all? Is there any POST code?


    There is no response at all it's as if it's nit plugged in

    Should be obvious, but make sure your power supply is actually switched on (via the switch on the back) and make sure wherever the computer is plugged into is also sourcing power.

    If it's getting power and it just isn't even POSTing, it's pretty likely that it's either a CPU or RAM error. If you have off-hand DDR4 RAM somewhere try it with that, or try it with just 1 stick if you have 2 sticks. If RAM isn't the problem then it's probably a CPU problem. At that rate you should just make sure it's 100% mounted correctly and that you haven't broken any pins on your motherboard. If nothing at all works, then it might be time for a new CPU.


    Did all of that and nothing changed, very confused
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  5. kylejames102 said:
    JalYt_Justin said:
    kylejames102 said:
    JalYt_Justin said:
    Can you get into BIOS at all? Is there any POST code?


    There is no response at all it's as if it's nit plugged in

    Should be obvious, but make sure your power supply is actually switched on (via the switch on the back) and make sure wherever the computer is plugged into is also sourcing power.

    If it's getting power and it just isn't even POSTing, it's pretty likely that it's either a CPU or RAM error. If you have off-hand DDR4 RAM somewhere try it with that, or try it with just 1 stick if you have 2 sticks. If RAM isn't the problem then it's probably a CPU problem. At that rate you should just make sure it's 100% mounted correctly and that you haven't broken any pins on your motherboard. If nothing at all works, then it might be time for a new CPU.


    Did all of that and nothing changed, very confused

    Then at this point it's probably worth looking into a new CPU. All of these symptoms seem to point straight towards a faulty CPU, unfortunately. It could still possibly be a RAM issue, but there is no real way to tell without having a separate kit.
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  6. JalYt_Justin said:
    kylejames102 said:
    JalYt_Justin said:
    kylejames102 said:
    JalYt_Justin said:
    Can you get into BIOS at all? Is there any POST code?


    There is no response at all it's as if it's nit plugged in

    Should be obvious, but make sure your power supply is actually switched on (via the switch on the back) and make sure wherever the computer is plugged into is also sourcing power.

    If it's getting power and it just isn't even POSTing, it's pretty likely that it's either a CPU or RAM error. If you have off-hand DDR4 RAM somewhere try it with that, or try it with just 1 stick if you have 2 sticks. If RAM isn't the problem then it's probably a CPU problem. At that rate you should just make sure it's 100% mounted correctly and that you haven't broken any pins on your motherboard. If nothing at all works, then it might be time for a new CPU.


    Did all of that and nothing changed, very confused

    Then at this point it's probably worth looking into a new CPU. All of these symptoms seem to point straight towards a faulty CPU, unfortunately. It could still possibly be a RAM issue, but there is no real way to tell without having a separate kit.


    Do you think I'd be able to RMA the CPU all though it's been installed?
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  7. kylejames102 said:
    JalYt_Justin said:
    kylejames102 said:
    JalYt_Justin said:
    kylejames102 said:
    JalYt_Justin said:
    Can you get into BIOS at all? Is there any POST code?


    There is no response at all it's as if it's nit plugged in

    Should be obvious, but make sure your power supply is actually switched on (via the switch on the back) and make sure wherever the computer is plugged into is also sourcing power.

    If it's getting power and it just isn't even POSTing, it's pretty likely that it's either a CPU or RAM error. If you have off-hand DDR4 RAM somewhere try it with that, or try it with just 1 stick if you have 2 sticks. If RAM isn't the problem then it's probably a CPU problem. At that rate you should just make sure it's 100% mounted correctly and that you haven't broken any pins on your motherboard. If nothing at all works, then it might be time for a new CPU.


    Did all of that and nothing changed, very confused

    Then at this point it's probably worth looking into a new CPU. All of these symptoms seem to point straight towards a faulty CPU, unfortunately. It could still possibly be a RAM issue, but there is no real way to tell without having a separate kit.


    Do you think I'd be able to RMA the CPU all though it's been installed?

    Yes, you should be able to as long as there isn't any damage done to it (that you caused).
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  8. JalYt_Justin said:
    kylejames102 said:
    JalYt_Justin said:
    kylejames102 said:
    JalYt_Justin said:
    kylejames102 said:
    JalYt_Justin said:
    Can you get into BIOS at all? Is there any POST code?


    There is no response at all it's as if it's nit plugged in

    Should be obvious, but make sure your power supply is actually switched on (via the switch on the back) and make sure wherever the computer is plugged into is also sourcing power.

    If it's getting power and it just isn't even POSTing, it's pretty likely that it's either a CPU or RAM error. If you have off-hand DDR4 RAM somewhere try it with that, or try it with just 1 stick if you have 2 sticks. If RAM isn't the problem then it's probably a CPU problem. At that rate you should just make sure it's 100% mounted correctly and that you haven't broken any pins on your motherboard. If nothing at all works, then it might be time for a new CPU.


    Did all of that and nothing changed, very confused

    Then at this point it's probably worth looking into a new CPU. All of these symptoms seem to point straight towards a faulty CPU, unfortunately. It could still possibly be a RAM issue, but there is no real way to tell without having a separate kit.


    Do you think I'd be able to RMA the CPU all though it's been installed?

    Yes, you should be able to as long as there isn't any damage done to it (that you caused).

    I'm taking it to the local computer shop tomorrow and hoping they can fix or tell me what's wrong with it for definite
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