New build, ALL Debug Leds solid!

Hellfy

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Hello,

I finished building my first gaming PC a few days ago and now I have several Debug leds lighting up.
2x the DRAM Led, VGA Led (if it's directly behind my GPU) and the CPU Led (I have an aftermarket cooler but it's red behind it so assuming that's also lighting up).

What I did is reinstalling the RAM's, without effect.
Checked CPU for bend pins, couldn't see any.
Updating my BIOS to the latest version, also no effect.

My specs are;
MSI Z270 Gaming Pro Carbon (Motherboard)
Intel Core i7-7700K (CPU)
Cooler Master Hyper TX3 EVO (CPU Cooler)
EVGA GeForce GTX 1070 FTW2 (GPU)
Corsair CX600M (PSU)
2x 4GB Corsair Vengeance LPX DDR4 2400 MHz (RAM)

I have been reading a lot of forums including this one and I did find similair issues but nothing has really helped me so far.
Also I've read (not sure if that has anything to do with it at all) that the Corsair CX600M I'm using is not the best PSU to use with high end cpu's/gpu etc.
Some other things I did read were the RAM not being compatible with my mobo which I checked before buying so that shouldn't be an issue.

Again I'm not 100% sure if my VGA/CPU lights are lighted up but if they're located next to the CPU and behind the GPU then they're.

Hope there's some people here that could help me out.

 
All debug Leds on your mobo are located just up from 24-pin socket. What you referring to as debug leds, are leds that light up when given component is installed (there are memory leds at each slot, vga leds at each slot and so on).
So your machine works as it should - you would not be able to update BIOS otherwise.
 

Hellfy

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Oh I see the debug leds now indeed next to the 24 pin socket.
That was pretty stupid of me when, well ty anyways now I'm 100% sure it's all properly installed :D
 

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