2 months ago
That's pretty much it in a nutshell. It happened yesterday (10/10/19) when I started my computer (first PC build, components list is below, built it 6 months ago) it went through some recent Windows 10 upgrades and then started normally as always and then after a few minutes, it froze. So I flip the switch on the power supply to turn it off; I flip it back on and the RGBs on the motherboard come on. Okay...
So then I go to turn it on, everything comes on. Motherboard, CPU cooler, GPU, all the fans, all the RGBs, all running normally...except for the PSU - I usually hear the fan running underneath but it stays quiet. So I could assume it's a bad power supply but how can that be when everything else is still getting power from it?! Lol
But, yeah, needless to say, it's not sending a signal. Now I Googled on my phone for solutions and tried taking the RAM out, carefully cleaning them and then reinstalling them but that didn't work; I tried unhooking and rehooking the 24-pin cable and 4-pin cable to the mobo to see if that would do anything, which it didn't.
Is there anyone that might be able to help? Without my build, it kind of feels like I've lost a limb :-(