Question X570, 5900X, no display

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Hey,
i have assembled a new pc, connected properly, no display.
MOBO is X570 ASUS TUF GAMING, bios is NOT updated.
CPU is 5900X/
At the first few boots, i was able to access bios, then after that, after reseating the components, there's no display at all (checked a few times, everything is wired correctly and seated properly).
My question is, is this a problem that will only require a BIOS UPDATE or is the motherboard damaged?
Everything spins and lights up and runs, except display.
 
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PSU: CorsairRM850
Motherboard: ASUS tuf gaming x570-plus wifi
CPU: amd ryzen 9 5
full system spec? include make and model of the psu
PSU: CorsairRM850
Motherboard: ASUS tuf gaming x570-plus wifi
CPU: amd ryzen 9 5900x
GPU: RTX 3080 GIGABYTE gaming oc
SSD: Crucial P2 NVME m.2 1TB
Memory: 4x8GB Dark Za 4000mhz
 
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Needs a bios update if the box didn’t say 5000 series ready on it.

That motherboard doesn’t have a flashback option.
and there is no way, that something else could cause that? because it did display the bios a few times at the first boots.. the motherboard could be damaged possibly?
 

GarrettL

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If the board doesn’t have the updated bios it will not operate properly with the 5000 series CPU’s.

Unfortunate I know, but it is what it is.
I have the same motherboard that’s been running a 3800x for the last year. Good board but lack of bios flashback is disappointing.
 
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If the board doesn’t have the updated bios it will not operate properly with the 5000 series CPU’s.

Unfortunate I know, but it is what it is.
I have the same motherboard that’s been running a 3800x for the last year. Good board but lack of bios flashback is disappointing.
i understand... thank you so much for your help!
too bad i will probably have to buy a cpu just to be able to access system though
 
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i understand... thank you so much for your help!
too bad i will probably have to buy a cpu just to be able to access system though
You're definitely not alone with having that particular problem. Worth investigating if someone local to you has a loaner CPU for bios updating.

(I had to buy a 2600 just before Christmas to do it, because I have no friends sob)
 

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