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No screen display or response from z207f motherboard

Hello,

So I recently built a new computer and have been having trouble ever since i put it together. First, the computer ran perfectly, all the pieces were recognized and i was able to install windows os without issues. As soon as it is done I leave for 30 minutes leaving the computer on. When i come back two of the three front fans stopped and i get no response on my monitor. I have tried everything and i cannot get a signal. The motherboard also does not run POST or make any beeping noise. The problem lights have never turned on, only the power light and the colorful light are on. I have a strong feeling that i just have a faulty motherboard, but it all worked to begin with. Any help is appreciate.

Build:
-Corsair crystal 460x
-ASUS STRIX Z270F GAMING
-Gigabyte GeForce GTX 1060 OC WindForce 2X (6GB)
- intel core i7 7700k
-HyperX Fury (2x, 8GB, DDR4-2133, DIMM 28Cool
- corsair vs 550 (550W)
- samsung evo 850 (250gb)
-WD blue 1 terabyte

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Make it smaller

Psu+mobo+cpu/hsf.
Nothing else connected or plugged in.
Does it post?

If not move the mobo to a piece of cardboard.
Does it post?

If not your down to 3 parts.

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second time in as many days

That we've seen a new computer build using the corsair PSU failing. Coincidence?

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