Question Newly Built PC Won't Enter BIOS Or Connect To Display

Mar 22, 2022
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I've just built my first PC and it appears to be starting up; all the rgb lights are coming on and I can hear and see the fans. However, I've connected it to two different monitors and tested them to make sure they work, and the PC still isn't recognizing it. My setup is:
  • R5 5600x
  • X-570 TUF Gaming Plus Wifi
  • 3060-ti
  • 16x2 RAM
There's a few things I've read online to be weary about. I'm aware that depending on what version of the Motherboard I got I may have to update the BIOS, but I should still be able to get into it and then update later, right?
I also know my CPU doesn't have integrated graphics, so I'm wondering if I should've plugged my cable from the monitor into the graphics card instead of the Motherboard. I can see the card is working because the RGB lights up, but will it still work even if I haven't installed the GPU drivers? From what I know I can't do that until I have OS set up and BIOS working...
Do the display issues have to do with the BIOS or my GPU/MB question?
I'm very new to all of this, so any help would really be appreciated.
 
Mar 22, 2022
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nope

check the q-led and see what is light up?


correct


brand and model of the psu?
what the monitor? using hdmi or dp?

So I've plugged it in and it's not the RAM or CPU, but the white VGA light is on. I'm using the Straight Power 11 BeQuiet 750 Gold and using DP.
 

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