Question Computer fan spins, no display at all

Nov 24, 2020
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Hi,
I just recently built a PC. it has an i3 9100f and a gt 710 installed. It also has 32gb of ddr4 ram with a 300W power supply.

Also. When I boot it, the fans spin for around 3 seconds and then stop for 1 second, then keep on spinning after that. Could this be the issue. I have also already:
  • Reseated ram and gpu
  • Reseated plugs
Any help will be greatly appreciated!
 

Phaaze88

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The i3-9100F:
1)Is compatible with B365 and Z390 boards out of the box.

2)B360, H310, H370, and Z370 boards require a bios update using an older 8th gen cpu before the 9100F will work.

3)Non 300 series aren't compatible at all.

4)Bent pins in the motherboard socket? You should've gotten a red cpu error LED if that happened.

So, where does your motherboard fall in all this?
 
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The i3-9100F:
1)Is compatible with B365 and Z390 boards out of the box.

2)B360, H310, H370, and Z370 boards require a bios update using an older 8th gen cpu before the 9100F will work.

3)Non 300 series aren't compatible at all.

4)Bent pins in the motherboard socket? You should've gotten a red cpu error LED if that happened.

So, where does your motherboard fall in all this?
I've got a h310cm motherboard from asrock with it. It says it supports 9th generation cpud?
 

Phaaze88

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A)Acquire an 8th gen cpu, with which to update the bios.
Whether that means borrowing said cpu from a friend, taking it to a PC shop, or buying an 8th gen Pentium/Celeron on the cheap in the 2nd hand market...

B)Return the current board and get a B365 one.
 
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A)Acquire an 8th gen cpu, with which to update the bios.
Whether that means borrowing said cpu from a friend, taking it to a PC shop, or buying an 8th gen Pentium/Celeron on the cheap in the 2nd hand market...

B)Return the current board and get a B365 one.
Ok thankyou! Another question though, im having trouble taking the psu cable out the board. Is this normal?
 

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