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    Asus Crosshair V Formula Z -- No post/No Display

    Hello

    My machine has the following config ::

    Crosshair V formula Z board
    FX8350 cpu
    8x2 DDR3 RAM (
    GTX 670 4GB GPU
    500W PSU


    Everything has been working perfectly fine since past year when I built this machine but recently I have been facing a weird issue. When I power up the system, I see no display on the monitor, like it gets no signal. The board lights up, the fans spin but the HDD led indicator on the front of the tower shown no sign of activity. I have to shut down the computer from the mains and the power it back up and have to do it multiple times and one of these times, the HDD indicator randomly lights up and I see the display on the screen.

    I bought a brand new internal seagate baracuda drive but even with that I got the same problem.

    I have no idea whats going on and how to fix this. Someone please help!

    Troubleshooting steps I have taken till now ::

    Swapped the RAM modules
    Reconnected the cables
    Reset the CMOS (By pressing the button behing the board)

    I tried disconnecting the GPU but I get an error saying please connect the GPU and power cycle.

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    Welcome to ROG ..

    Last but never least as without it fully functioning (500w is a bit low to start with) .. did you test/swithch the PSU ? .c.

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    Yea with your GPU,CPU and MB combo you should have at least an 850-1000w gold or platinum certified PSU. You are now getting failures from adding extra peripherals. I'm surprised it booted at all with 500w.
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    I wonder if your PSU is giving up the ghost.
    To help us help you - please provide as much information about your system and the problem as possible.

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    My PSU is a very very old (almost 7 years) one. Will be replacing it with a 650W one tomorrow. I guess some capacitor or the other is failing inside the PSU. 650W is the highest I am getting in and around the area that I live. Will update this thread when I replace it.

    Thanks for the suggestions

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    ROG Guru: Orange Belt Array hax0rmort PC Specs
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    Memory (part number)AMD Radeon R9 Gamer Series 2400MHz (2x8GB) R9316G2401U2K
    Graphics Card #1Asus AMD R9-290X-4GD5
    Graphics Card #2Asus AMD R9-290X-4GD5
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    I dont know if it's just me, but 650 is cutting it too close. We don't know how many peripherals, HDDs, ODD, USB devices, etc that you have. The recommended information was given to you already. If you chose to use a 650W and have more issues, you've been warned. ESPECIALLY if it is a shoddy 650.
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    OP you might be better served with a slightly higher rated PSU. I strongly suggest that you invest wisely in a quality PSU as not all PSU are made equally.
    To help us help you - please provide as much information about your system and the problem as possible.

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