GPU won't display an image on monitor.

Hello, Community,

I am in a bit of a rut here.. Yesterday I installed my system into a new case (CM HAF XB), and also installed a new cooler (H100i). After migrating everything over too the new box, and whatnot, I powered it on, and could not get an image..

Here are the troubleshooting steps I took..

- Changed GPU.
- Popped out RAM sticks.
- Moved Jumper on Mobo.
- Flashed BIOS (with current up too date one, which I already had).
- Tried on board.
- Undid everything, and re-installed everything.

I honestly just need an second opinion for this..

Specs:
i5-3570k
Sabertooth z77
GTX 560Ti
HyperX Gray Edition 8 gb 1600mhz
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  1. What is the power supply make and model in the new case sometimes new case comes with power supply that are simply not enough. GTX 560 Ti require requires 500 W or atleast 400 W psu with 31 amps minimum.
  2. Might be your PSU, otherwise I do not think the description that you gave gives any hints as to the problem.
  3. OCZ 750 watt, was working a couple days prior too this, I'm going too purchase a new PSU, and get back too y'all ASAP.
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