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    Thread: Newly built pc problem....

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      Quote Originally Posted by XiSTNZ View Post
      Could be a dodgey slot, can you try plugging it into another slot?
      Tried all the slots. both gpu and ram.

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      sounds like start up and reset plugs are wrong on MB beeping sound all so from main fan pug in on MB

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      Quote Originally Posted by AppleS33 View Post
      sounds like start up and reset plugs are wrong on MB beeping sound all so from main fan pug in on MB
      Start up and reset plugs are in the right position, active HDD light etc are working too. Not really sure what made the beeping sound though...

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      Motherboard beep is a POST (Power On Self Test) signal. A combination of long and short beeps convey a message. Google it.

      If you are having trouble booting, have only the bear necessities connected.

      Make sure the CPU 6-pin power connector is connected as well, some people forget that.

      Pro tip: Test your parts outside of your PC before you put everything in.




      Heh, bears

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      Its and 8-pin pci-e connector. I fixed the problem by using another gpu and it posted. Everything boots up now with the GTX 970 in the mobo slot

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