Question Just upgraded my pc and the monitor and mouse/keyboard wont connect.

Aug 28, 2020
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So I bought a pre-build from NZXT BLD and I just upgraded it yesterday and I ran into this problem. The ram, GPU, Kraken Cooler, and all fans are working (aka the rgb are on and the fans are spinning), but my monitor and mouse/keyboard won't connect.
Specs of the original NZXT build:
> CASE - NZXT H210 (White)
> CPU COOLING - NZXT Kraken M22
> MOTHERBOARD - ASRock Z390M-ITX/ac Mini ITX
> GPU(GRAPHICS) - NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2070 SUPER - MSI VENTUS OC
> CPU - Intel Core i5-9600K 6-Core 3.7 GHz
> POWER SUPPLY - Seasonic S12III 650W Bronze
> RAM - G. Skill Trident Z Royal RGB 16GB (2 x 8GB) 3600MHz
> SSD - Intel 660p 1TB
> SERVICES - Standard
> SOFTWARE - Microsoft Windows 10 Home

And now I just changed the GPU to a Radeon RX 480 4gb, and the PSU to a High Power HPG-600W. This happened to me on another build when it crashed under heavy load but the problem was just the CPU. This morning I swapped the CPU out for the same model but just different physical chips and it didn't change anything. I had the same motherboard running an i9 but it wasn't meant for an i9 so it crashed a couple of times so I don't know if I burned out the motherboard after the last time it crashed but that's all the info I have. Please help.
 

ebosss03

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"had the same motherboard running an i9 but it wasn't meant for an i9." How the physical size of an i9 is bigger than the i7 i5 i3. I would check for any bend pin.
 
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"had the same motherboard running an i9 but it wasn't meant for an i9." How the physical size of an i9 is bigger than the i7 i5 i3. I would check for any bend pin.
I looked at the pins when I swapped out the CPU this morning and nothing looked bad, and an i9 is the same size as an i5.
 
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That would also happen if you remove all the pins from the CPU socket.
Ok I was looking at my mb manual and it says I just need to put the jumper on and wait, but since it was a pre build it didn't include the jumper. is the jumper usually on the motherboard somewhere else or does it come in a bag when u buy the motherboard?
 

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