Question Can someone please help me?

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My gaming pc is a Corsair 4000D airflow, x570 tug gaming with WiFi, Corsair 650 W PSU, with 970 1TB SAMSUNG SSD, ryzen 3600, gigabyte 1050ti, Corsair vengeance rgb 16gb ddr4 ram

basically everything was working fine in terms of fans moving and lights activating. When I had the pc case,PSU,SSD and cpu connected along with the mobo. It was fine then i put the gpu in it. Everything was working all fans and leds on. So I shut it down with the power button so I could work on it later. 2 hours later I try to turn it on and nothing happens. I already tried replacing the mobo and PSU plus I returned both the cpu and gpu. I don’t understand what’s going it was fine before but now nothing works just the led on the side of mobo.
 

COLGeek

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When you installed the GPU, was the computer connected to power? Also, when you installed the GPU, did you connect your monitor/display directly to the GPU?

The 3600 lacks an integrated GPU and will not boot without a dedicated GPU (even though the motherboard may have video ports...those only work with Ryzen models ending with a "G").
 
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Yea so that 1050ti was installed without the power connected. Once I installed it all my fans were moving, it just didn’t have a display on my monitor. I powered it off and now nothing works
 

COLGeek

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At any point, did the system work properly (fully install and access Windows/apps/games, etc)?

Please see this guide for common troubleshooting steps:

 
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So the gpu and cpu got sent back. Only thing I have now is pc case, Samsung 1TB memory, mobo, PSU, and I just ordered a new ram today. I wish I could show you guys the video of it working at one point. The problem didn’t occur until I assembled everything and powered it off after realizing that it wouldn’t display on monitor. After that all it’s been doing is showing a led light on the mobo but that’s the only thing receiving power
 

COLGeek

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Sounds like you may have a short condition. Remove the motherboard and "build" the system outside of the case, see if it will start successfully.

You can post a video to YouTube and then put the link here.
Pictures can be uploaded to a site like imgur.com and then you post those links here.
 

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