Question Asus Tuf X570 Gaming Plus ... Stops At White Led and doesn't boot

Feb 6, 2020
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I'm building my new PC
Components:

Processor : Ryzen 5 3600
GPU : Inno3D GTX 1660 Ti
SSD : Crucial P1 (1TB)
Motherboard : Asus Tuf X570 Gaming Plus (WiFi)
Ram : Corsair Vengeance LPX 16GB x1 (3200 MHz)
PSU : Corsair CX650M

I've connected everything right but my system won't boot at all.
Q LEDs check every component(CPU,DRAM,VGA Card and Booting Device) but it stops at VGA Card(white colour) and it won't boot from there.
Please help me.

And my monitor is working too.(using HDMI)

And I also tried using different monitor using VGA converter and it doesn't help
 
Did you connect the PCIe power connector to the graphics card?

Did you connect the HDMI cable to the GPU and not the motherboard?

Take some pictures of your rig, upload these to e.g. imgur and post the links in here

Is the GPU plugged into the upper PCIe port?

plug in the RAM in dimm slot A2 (the most right one, 4th from CPU)
 
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Did you connect the PCIe power connector to the graphics card?

Did you connect the HDMI cable to the GPU and not the motherboard?

Take some pictures of your rig, upload these to e.g. imgur and post the links in here

Is the GPU plugged into the upper PCIe port?

plug in the RAM in dimm slot A2 (the most right one, 4th from CPU)
One more problem 😭

First of all thanks a lot for all this.
1. Connected PCIe Power connector to the graphics card after you said to me ( thanks for that)

2. Yeah I did connected HDMI to the Graphics Card.

3. GPU plugged into the upper port

4. RAM plugged into the right most of all ports.

But after doing all this It has been stopped at Green Light which is Boot and it isn't booting and I can't see anything on the display.
 

CosmicDance

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Does your motherboard say it is Ryzen 3000 ready on the box?
If not then it will need a BIOS update.

Also you would get far better performance once it is working if you used 2 X 8GB of RAM as it would run in dual channel mode.

Andy
 

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