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carbondecetiTopic starter

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B350 Tomahawk EZ DEBUG LED: CPU & DRAM
« on: 06-December-17, 21:13:46 »

I received a very nice gift for the winter-time, a B350 Tomahawk, and other accompanying components--seen in signature. After assembling carefully assembling the components in their case and starting it up, the CPU and DRAM EZ DEBUG LEDs lit up. After removing one of the memory sticks, both Debug LEDs lit up still. I tried resetting the CMOS, and it yielded the same results. I removed all the components from the case and re-assembled them, and that also yielded the same results. I'm not sure what other options are available to me at this time. Please help?
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« Reply #1 on: 06-December-17, 21:43:58 »

may seem a silly question but do you have the 8 pin CPU power connection plugged in?

also what GPU do you have as a R7 1700 CPU has no GPU in it (Ryzen has no GPU at all so you need a dedicated GPU as there is no On-Board GPU as the CPU has non as only the A-Series Chips that OEM's can get a hold of can use the onboard Graphics ports)?


You Need A GRAPHICS CARD as B350 Boards have no Graphics without a AMD APU (AMD Accelerated Processing Unit) or a Dedicated Graphics Card!
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« Reply #2 on: 07-December-17, 07:36:55 »

It is connected securely.

Also I tried starting it with a Sapphire Radeon HD 5670 from my other PC, and it did not yield any better results.
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Board: B350 Tomahawk
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PSU:  EVGA 650W B3
CPU:  Ryzen 7 1700
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HDD/SSD: Samsung Evo 850 250GB
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Mouse: logitech basic thing from 10 years ago
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« Reply #3 on: 07-December-17, 16:39:07 »

have you tried to boot with each one memory stick only at the time,
placed in DIMMA2 slot?

also check CPU for any bented pins
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