No, it shouldn't, the 24-pin is almost always sufficient unless you're doing some heavy overclocking that requires more current.Try checking the connections, sometimes a loose connection is all it is. Is the PSU turned on? Are you plugged into a surge protector strip that needs to be turned on? I'm not trying to be mocking or anything, because I can't tell you how many times something didn't work on my end and it was the dumbest thing that usually was responsible.Yavin4 said:
Hi Waffler, It does say on the box that it is "AMD Ryzen 3000 Desktop ready". Could it have something to do with the ATX 12v connection on the motherboard? Thanks
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