Issues Booting Up New PC Build

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Hi I just built a new PC, I’ve made sure all the cables are in ok and I’ve unplugged them all one by one attempting to fix the issue. I have a 500W power supply and a B450 Tomahawk max motherboard.
The pc starts up for a second and the fans start spinning, but then they stop.
Can anyone help, I’ve been trying for hours.
 
Soldato
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You have been trying for hours to press the button and seeing fans spin up and nothing happens?

that must have been tedious. Usually it takes someone 2 or 3 goes to realise something is wrong and that’s about 3-5mins.

you need to give more information about your build.
 
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You have been trying for hours to press the button and seeing fans spin up and nothing happens?

that must have been tedious. Usually it takes someone 2 or 3 goes to realise something is wrong and that’s about 3-5mins.

you need to give more information about your build.

Sorry. I’m using a Ryzen 5 3600 CPU with a MSI B450 Tomahawk Max Motherboard. The GPU is a MSI GTX 1650 and the PSU is an evga 500w BR. The case is a Corsair Spec-Delta.
 
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Are you sure it is max motherboard?

also clear the cmos of the board boot. The first boot takes a very long time

what ram are you using? Try with 1 stick in the B2 slot.

you absolutely sure you plugged all the cables in the correct slot?

check CPU cooler is seated properly etc.
 
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