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Custom Made PC Wont Turn On please help me .

Hello,
i been working on a custom pc for a while now and i finally got the last peice which was the RAM. after i plugged it in and made sure everything was connected i turned on the power supply and pressed the "on" botton on the chassis and nothing happend ? my motherboard has a yellow light on but it doesn't turn on. my friend said that it could be because of the jumpers but i made sure they are all connected properly.
what should i do ?
Thanks !

Ps my specs are

Case- ThermalTake V4

motherboard- Asus P8H61-M LE/CSM

Ram- Patriot Gamer G2 8GB DDR3 PG38G1333EL

Cpu- Intel Core i5 2500K

HDD- Seagate ST1000DM003 Barracuda 1TB

Graphics Card - Nvidia Geforce 550 Ti

Power Supply- Coolmax CL-700B
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  1. Did you connect all the connectors from the case to the motherboard and did you make sure you connected all the power connections to the motherboard? I do believe most modern ones have 2-3 power connections now
  2. yes i did, could it bew because i dont have enough watts ? or PSU broken ?
  3. Does it beep at all? What motherboard is it?
  4. no beep, but moherboard has light and is the Asus P8H61-M LE/CSM
  5. check out the troubleshooting thread on my signature, hope it helps :D
  6. hey guys i took my PSU and plugged it to a differnt computer and it wouldn't turn n
  7. weally5 said:
    hey guys i took my PSU and plugged it to a differnt computer and it wouldn't turn n


    then RMA it :??:

    Edit: OMG....coolmax?? seriously??? why can't people learn to buy quality PSUs.... send it back and as for your money and get this: http://pcpartpicker.com/part/xfx-power-supply-p1550sxxb9
  8. idroid said:
    then RMA it :??:

    Edit: OMG....coolmax?? seriously??? why can't people learn to buy quality PSUs.... send it back and as for your money and get this: http://pcpartpicker.com/part/xfx-power-supply-p1550sxxb9



    its my first time building and i thought id give it a shot but i dont think 550 wats will support my PC
  9. weally5 said:
    its my first time building and i thought id give it a shot but i dont think 550 wats will support my PC


    It will...hell, even a CX430 can easily power your build.
  10. It will...hell, even a CX430 can easily power your build.[/q

    ok, i am going to try that in te morning.
    Thanks !
  11. Best answer
    Anonymous said:
    It will...hell, even a CX430 can easily power your build.[/q

    ok, i am going to try that in te morning.
    Thanks !


    You're welcome, pick a best answer
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