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Diggs247

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Hi there everyone who is a part of this awesome looking Geeks to Go community!

I am a first time desktop builder and I have some probably minor questions about my build but lets get into it.

My build is:

NZXT S340 CASE

ASUS Z97-E/USB3.1 MOTHERBOARD

EVEA 500w POWER SUPPLY

INTEL-I5 4690K PROCESSOR

EVEA GTX 960 GRAPHICS CARD

EVO HYPER 212 COOLER

2 Samsung 4GB 1RX8 PC3-12800U RAM

1 500GB HARD DRIVE

1 TB HARD DRIVE

 

OK. So first off I have everything plugged into my computer and I tried pressing the power button and it lights up but for a second and the fans start to run and then it dies. And it keeps repeating this until I turn off the computer. Why is it doing this? Everything is plugged correctly into their spots and I double checked to see if they were all pushed in correctly. Is it because my power supply is too weak for this setup or what is it?

 

Thanks again! :)


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Hello Diggs247  :welcome: ,

 

Did you mean EVGA or EVEA? Because Didn't find anything in the name EVEA!

Did you connect 24/4 pin connector? That is shown in image below?

ATX_Power_connectors_24pin_8pin_4pin_Mot


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try with just 1 stick of ram installed.

 

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