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Thread: H170-PLUS D3 and i7 7700K, both new computer says nothing.




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    Post H170-PLUS D3 and i7 7700K, both new computer says nothing.

    Just bought new i7 7700K (LGA1151) and Asus H170-PLUS D3.
    Built the system up and it said completely nothing. Only led lit up.
    I was wondering if it can be due BIOS might be older than 2202?
    How about DDR3 support? Might it be in low voltage setting (DDR3L)?
    I'm using them 1.5V DDR3 sticks I had in my previous build.

    Can't see even what version the bios is because it's just alive but dead and silent.

    Edited:
    Also it doesn't seem to even find keyboard from any USB (num lock stays off, might be bios setting though)
    Last edited by AsrockNewbie; 03-23-2017 at 04:40 AM.
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    Default Re: H170-PLUS D3 and i7 7700K, both new computer says nothing.

    Hey all,

    it seems I had screwed my CPU socket while installing it and some pins were bent and some even cut off.
    Now I have another Asus mobo in ordered and to wait for.
    Nothing more to see here.
    Fractal Design Define R5 Black , Nexus 950W , Asus P8Z77-V LE PLUS , i7 3770k @4.2GHz , 120x240mm water cooling
    32GB (4x8GB) G.Skill PC-14900 CL10 , EVGA GTX970 Hybrid .
    2x Samsung 830 128GB SSD in raid 0 for operating system and games 1x Seagate 1.8TB drive for storage

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