Ryzen 2700x won't boot even with BIOS updated

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SourceRabbit

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This problem is seriously breaking my head.
A month ago I got myself a new PC build, you can see the pieces here:
https://pcpartpicker.com/list/F37br6
However when trying to boot it up, it's not giving me display of video at all, after getting a boot kit processor and successfully updating the BIOS from version 10 to 22, it STILL won't show any display, what's going on??? I brought it to a technician who told me all parts were perfectly ensambled so that's not a problem here and I have no idea what else could be the problem.
 

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Hi @SourceRabbit and welcome to PCHF :)

Are you able to take a picture of the interior of the case?

Did you ensure your RAM isn't defective by removing one stick of RAM and testing it and see if it boots? It's not POSTing which means a hardware failure.
 

SourceRabbit

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Hi @SourceRabbit and welcome to PCHF :)

Are you able to take a picture of the interior of the case?

Did you ensure your RAM isn't defective by removing one stick of RAM and testing it and see if it boots? It's not POSTing which means a hardware failure.
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This is how the interior looks like, I've been told the issue here is the motherboard entirely, but I'm not sure if this is really the case, trying to reset the CMOS with one stick of RAM didn't do anything at all either, processor didn't show any signals of being defective as the pins are alright and there's no burning smell.
 

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Are any of the trouble LEDs lit on the board? Underneath the video card, in the bottom corner, are 4 LEDS. BOOT, CPU, RAM, and VGA. Are any lit?
 

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