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motherboard GA-H61M-S2PV and gtx 1060

after 3 beep pc won't boot up
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  1. What kind of beeps , and in what combination?

    could it be.?
    1 long beep and 2 short beep:Graphic card error
    3 short beep :basic memory 64K address check error

    source : http://www.gigabyte.com/Support/Faq/816
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  2. The Paladin said:
    What kind of beeps , and in what combination?

    could it be.?
    1 long beep and 2 short beep:Graphic card error
    3 short beep :basic memory 64K address check error

    source : http://www.gigabyte.com/Support/Faq/816


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  3. that is 1 long 2 short beeps : graphic card error.

    so I have a questions to better troubleshoot this;
    1. if you take out the video card from PC and connect the video to main board connection, does it boot ?
    2. once you put the GTX 1060 into its slot, you have power cables running to the video card to feed it power ?
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  4. The Paladin said:
    that is 1 long 2 short beeps : graphic card error.

    so I have a questions to better troubleshoot this;
    1. if you take out the video card from PC and connect the video to main board connection, does it boot ?
    2. once you put the GTX 1060 into its slot, you have power cables running to the video card to feed it power ?



    yes and yes
    you need my PC parts list?
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  5. yes, including make and model of power supply please
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  6. The Paladin said:
    yes, including make and model of power supply please


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    though your consumption ranges up to 355 w, that power supply should be able to handle it.

    Check with gigabyte you got the latest bios on your motherboard.
    then I would suggest testing the video card on someone else's system , if it fails, then its the card if it doesn't, it is Your PSU.
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