New Build POST Problems (All Parts Replaced)

Jun 27, 2018
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So, I'm not normally one to ask for help, but I'm really stumped. I'm doing my first build, trying to be as careful as possible. I put this build together on pc part picker.
I3-8100
Gigabyte b360m ds3h mobo
Evga 1050 ti
2 4gb geil evo portenza ram
Hitachi hard drive
Evga 500w ps
Raidmax ninja 2 case

I put it all together, and it gave me a beep code with five long beeps. I looked it up, incorrectly seated ram. I fixed it, and started it back up again. Then I got 5 short beeps. Process error. So I replaced the cpu. Still error. So I replaced the mobo. Still error. Now I have replaced the ram, and it still won't work. I've reset the cmos twice. I bought entirely new ram 2 4gb Patriot signature pc4-19200, and I have tried every slot with both types. I've tested it outside of the case as well. I really can't figure this out. I'm making this post in the vague hope someone has a similar experience that might help, though I suspect I might just have to start over. Any suggestion for similarly priced equipment known to work would also be appreciated.

P.S. I have photos of the board if people think that would help. I didn't want this post to be too long.
 

Barty1884

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Do you have any success without the GPU installed, using the onboard graphics?

Between the memory errors, followed by CPU errors - I'd be inclined to suspect bent pins in the CPU socket.
BUT, since you've replaced the board.... I'd assume not overly likely - but certainly won't hurt to check.

Using the stock CPU cooler? If aftermarket, make sure it's not too tight.
 
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I have checked the socket and everything seems fine to me. This isn't a good photo, but this is what it looks like.

http://imgur.com/gallery/L2haGL5

I am using the stock cooler, and I have it adjusted according to the directions it came with.
I have tried booting without the Gpu and that has not helped either. I have not managed to receive any video from the on-board graphics or the dedicated card.
 

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