I just received my order of a CoolerMaster case, and a new i7-1165G7 mainboard to go with it.
I am pairing it with:
- SSD: Samsung 990 Pro 4TB
- RAM: Corsair Vengeance 32GB 2400MHz (2x16GB kit - CMSX32GX4M2A2400C16)
- Expansion cards:
– 1x 2.5G Ethernet
- Power: Official Framework powerbrick
I installed the RAM & SSD (both verified functioning in another device) on the mainboard and screwed it into the CoolerMaster case.
Since the device itself has USB-C ports for the modules and I have an Anker PowerExpand 11-in-1 USB-C PD Hub, I thought it unnecessary to buy any extra USB-C/DisplayPort/HDMI modules.
I pressed the powerbutton, being greeted by the sound of an airplane turbine and that’s all she wrote.
I tried connecting the powerbrick to the mainboard itself at first, with the Hub on another port but no display showed.
Afterwards I connected the power to the Anker Hub first, as I thought maybe the HDMI/DisplayPort ports weren’t getting any power in time to display the BIOS screen for some reason. Alas, no image here either.
Now I’m wondering if my mainboard is DOA, or if it’s possible that I do need a USB-C module, or if because it’s a hub and not a direct HDMI/DisplayPort module it doesn’t pass through the displaysignal.
Any advice here would be greatly appreciated
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