[SOLVED] GPU and RAM and CPU fan not working when PC is started ?

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I have a problem occurred this morning.

So last night I installed a samsung evo 980 1 TB to my motherboard on the M2_2 slot, M2_1 is WD blue 500GB, and I can boot up without problems.
But this morning I tried to turn it on, my GPU didn't turn on, the RGB light on the RAM sticks didn't turn on, and the CPU fan didn't turn on either,
but the motherboard light is on ?

I was wondering what is the problem?
I really hope it's not my GPU that's dead.
if it's the motherboard I could replace it with no problem.

specs is
motherboard : asus rog strix b450-i gaming with wifi
cpu : amd ryzen 5 3600x
cooler : noctua L9
psu : corsair SF600
ram : 32 GB ( i forgot the brand but it has RGB light)
gpu : evga rtx 2070 super
 
I have a problem occurred this morning.

So last night I installed a samsung evo 980 1 TB to my motherboard on the M2_2 slot, M2_1 is WD blue 500GB, and I can boot up without problems.
But this morning I tried to turn it on, my GPU didn't turn on, the RGB light on the RAM sticks didn't turn on, and the CPU fan didn't turn on either,
but the motherboard light is on ?

I was wondering what is the problem?
I really hope it's not my GPU that's dead.
if it's the motherboard I could replace it with no problem.

specs is
motherboard : asus rog strix b450-i gaming with wifi
cpu : amd ryzen 5 3600x
cooler : noctua L9
psu : corsair SF600
ram : 32 GB ( i forgot the brand but it has RGB light)
gpu : evga rtx 2070 super
it could be a mobo problem, but you could try to unplug the ram, ssds, and gpu, and clean their contacts, then reseat all of them and test it with only 1 stick of ram starting on slot 2 and 4 then 1 and 3, to determine if anything causes the problem.
 
Sep 6, 2021
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The problem solved,
I remove samsung ssd,
and then I can boot up with no problem
and then I plug again this samsung ssd and it worked, probably the screw is loose.

problem solve. thank you for your help
 
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