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No boot up noises and no display on turn on, help please.

First time build so I'm a little bit unsure about everything. If someone could please shed some light on this that would be amazing. thanks! :)

-WD 1TB 3.5" SATA internal hdd
-Kingston Hyper X Red 8gb DDR3 1600MHz Desktop memory
-Asus M5a97 r2.0 amd+ Motherboard
-Diamond AMD radeon hd 7870GHz PCI-E 2GB GDDR5 Video card
-AMD FX-8350 8 core processor socket AM3+ 4.0GHz 16mb 125w
-Corsair professional series HX750 750w atx fully modular 80plus gold power supply
-LG GH24nsb0 DVD-RW 24x SATA
-Enermax coenus black mid tower window atx gaming case blue led fan
-OS windows 8.

Again any help is much appreciated, I've started putting it together and i'm afraid to turn it on incase some things are incompatable and it might fry some parts.


EDIT: Computer turns on, fans turn on except on PSU, led fans turn on. Green led light on motherboard is on, however there are no boot sounds or display showing up. Help :( please
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  1. Yes, everything works together but I will recommend using MSi or Asus for the graphics card for the best performance/reliability.
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    Nuclear101 said:
    Yes, everything works together but I will recommend using MSi or Asus for the graphics card for the best performance/reliability.


    As is Sapphire (AMD/ATI) and EVGA (nVidia)
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    There is an 8pin connector for the CPU power. Look at pages 1-6 and 1-7 in the User Guide (Thicker book). It's number two in the legend, on the diagram it's the 2 that's on top, not the one on the right side. That one would be the motherboard power connector.

    I'd also recommend you get an aftermarket cooler and go with a 8320. The 8350 is simply a 8320 with a higher base clock, but you can overclock the 8320 to make it almost the same as an overclocked 8350.
  3. CreativeUsername said:
    Nuclear101 said:
    Yes, everything works together but I will recommend using MSi or Asus for the graphics card for the best performance/reliability.


    As is Sapphire (AMD/ATI) and EVGA (nVidia)
    --
    There is an 8pin connector for the CPU power. Look at pages 1-6 and 1-7 in the User Guide (Thicker book). It's number two in the legend, on the diagram it's the 2 that's on top, not the one on the right side. That one would be the motherboard power connector.

    I'd also recommend you get an aftermarket cooler and go with a 8320. The 8350 is simply a 8320 with a higher base clock, but you can overclock the 8320 to make it almost the same as an overclocked 8350.


    I shall try this tomorrow after work, thanks i'll be replying back to the thread if it works or not.
  4. Computer turns on, fans turn on except on PSU, led fans turn on. Green led light on motherboard is on, however there are no boot sounds or display showing up. Help :( please
  5. Solved, pins on CPU were bent and not going in correctly. Bent them back to normal and all is good
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