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my PC doesnt Load while connecting with the PCI-E video Card

why am i having This Problem ? when i start the pc the screen is black and the video card's fan is online running on speed like 200 % .. Please help
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  1. new computer? new upgrade? spec would help.
  2. sorry for the late comment :D , my specs :

    XFX radeon 6770 GDDR5
    4 Gb Rams x2
    PSw Gigabyte 400w
    320 western digital HDD
    MotheBoard G41 Gigabyte


    everything is new didnt complete a month
  3. PSU not giving it enough juice? Online it says your card requires at least 450W.
  4. yea i know But i Used to Play on this Vga For weeks and the Pc Was just Fine , Games Maxed out and no problems , one day i had this error but i turned of every thing and restarted the pc ,after that the pc wouldnt load .... :O its fan was like a helicopter about 200%
  5. Ahmed Hisham said:
    yea i know But i Used to Play on this Vga For weeks and the Pc Was just Fine , Games Maxed out and no problems , one day i had this error but i turned of every thing and restarted the pc ,after that the pc wouldnt load .... :O its fan was like a helicopter about 200%


    Do you have another video card you could use or does your motherboard have a display port? It may not be your graphics card at all, I know some cards will ramp up their fan until they can either get into the bios or operating system and if your not able to get in then it will continue to run at max speed.
  6. when i remove the PCI-E Vga Every thing works fine . now iam using the integrated video card on my motherboard its really disappointing .... i made an account on this website because i knew that this is a good website and would help me :)
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    Ahmed Hisham said:
    when i remove the PCI-E Vga Every thing works fine . now iam using the integrated video card on my motherboard its really disappointing .... i made an account on this website because i knew that this is a good website and would help me :)


    Ok then it sounds like a GPU issue if the system works when it's removed. You will want to replace it, if for some reason a new one doesn't work as well you might have a motherboard issue where the PCIe slot is broken. I would recommend getting a better PSU while your at it, you never want to skimp on power it can damage components and may be the reason for GPU failure.
  8. well if u say so ..... , its good that its still having its warranty :D
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