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    Posted: 28 Dec 2017 at 4:27pm
I just got my pc and it gets power but it wonít show up on
Tv with my hdmi I looked and everything looks plugged in
But itís still not working is there anything that I need to do
Plzzz help
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Does your TV support the resolution you have the video card set at? Also make sure if you have and HDMI on the video card and motherboard make sure you use the HDMI port on the video card.
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Some info for you.

I see no build post, hopefully you didn't get an off the shelf build or one from a third party. CP tend to install a lower end PSU. If you have a "standard" one they have a high failure rated and in some cases fried systems with uneven power (ripples)

Here is a list I put together for a first fire up.

Take plenty of pictures before during & after the unboxing in case there is damage.

Remove all packing, verify all components are seated & plugged in.

Connect monitor, keyboard, mouse and internet only.

Fire it up, finish OS install, GPU drivers & MOBO drivers. Register the OS.

Download Speed Fan or HWI monitor and run during all tests to monitor temps. 
All the programs listed are free, make sure you download directly from their site
or at someplace like Major Geeks.

Download and create a bootable flash drive or CD of Memtest. Run it to verify your RAM has no errors. 
A bad sector or 2 can cause all sorts of weird issues. If it passes move on. If not find the bad stick 
and temporarily remove it.

Download and run Intel Burn In on standard, for a general stress test.

Download and run Furmark to stress the GPU.

If all is well update the OS and drivers.

Install your most used programs. 
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