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I have a Corsair 270r case with a ASRock H310M-HDV Motherboard with a GTX 1050ti and it just doesn’t seem to fit, i’m confident that the parts are compatible (this is my first build and i’m having severe troubles)
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  1. By "doesn't fit", what do you mean exactly? What isn't fitting? A picture might help too.
  2. Quote:
    I have a Corsair 270r case with a ASRock H310M-HDV Motherboard
    The case is big enough and the motherboard has PCIe 3.0 x16. It should fit without any problems unless it's broke or you're doing it wrong.

    Did you unlock the PCI-e? (little clip to the side)
  3. Did you install motherboard stand offs or did you screw the motherboard directly to the motherboard tray?
    pics so you understand my question.
    https://www.google.com/search?q=motherboard+standoffs&client=firefox-b-1&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwimj6iawZPdAhWLZt4KHa0oA7UQ_AUICygC&biw=1920&bih=961
  4. Unolocogringo said:
    Did you install motherboard stand offs or did you screw the motherboard directly to the motherboard tray?
    pics so you understand my question.
    https://www.google.com/search?q=motherboard+standoffs&client=firefox-b-1&source=lnms&tbm=isch&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwimj6iawZPdAhWLZt4KHa0oA7UQ_AUICygC&biw=1920&bih=961


    I got It to fit just a stupid error of mine, the main problem now is that the GPU fans are spinning but it's not detected I have 450 PSU and the GPU says that the minimum amount is 300w so it should be enough power. There is no PCI Slot as it runs off the mother board, in the bios settings there is no setting to enable it as the main graphic option. I have no clue what to do. Some people say that my CPU pin may be bent but if that was the case wouldn't the motherboard HDMI output not work? Should I try a VGA cable, it probably wont make a difference, but it is worth a shot. DO you have any suggestions?
  5. Plug monitor cable into gpu, the MB ports will be disabled with the gpu install3d.


    Edit

    I misread your previous post
  6. norcalsc said:
    Plug monitor cable into gpu, the MB ports will be disabled with the gpu install3d.


    Edit

    I misread your previous post


    Do you have any other suggestions?
  7. If you have the video cable plugged into the card and not the motherboard port (as norcalsc said), then it should work. Do you get any display at all when you turn on the PC?
    What video cable are you using?
  8. Quote:
    Do you have any other suggestions?
    Reinstall latest Nvidia drivers. (install if you don't have)
    Try another port/cable.
    Test on another PC. It rules out every problem you might have
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    bios settings there is no setting to enable it as the main graphic option.
    Does your BIOS detect the GPU? There should be a section for all parts connected. If it does, that's good. If it doesn't, you have to take it out and install it again. Also, BIOS calls it PCI-E (Dedicated, Discrete, ...) when selecting preferred output.
  9. clutchc said:
    If you have the video cable plugged into the card and not the motherboard port (as norcalsc said), then it should work. Do you get any display at all when you turn on the PC?
    What video cable are you using?


    When I plug the HDMI cable into the GPU I get a error on my monitor saying"No Signal" But when I plug it into the Motherboard HDMI it works like a normal computer everything works fine, but I want the GPU for better gaming performance
  10. zebarjadi.raouf said:
    Quote:
    Do you have any other suggestions?
    Reinstall latest Nvidia drivers. (install if you don't have)
    Try another port/cable.
    Test on another PC. It rules out every problem you might have
    Quote:
    bios settings there is no setting to enable it as the main graphic option.
    Does your BIOS detect the GPU? There should be a section for all parts connected. If it does, that's good. If it doesn't, you have to take it out and install it again. Also, BIOS calls it PCI-E (Dedicated, Discrete, ...) when selecting preferred output.


    I wish I had another PC to try it on but I don't I could try a VGA cable but I doubt it'll work, but it's worth a shot. NVIDIA drivers don't work Like I said it says it doesn't detect the GPU (Didn't Meet The System Requirements)
  11. If you can plug the cable into the MB port and get a display while the GTX 1050 Ti is in its slot, then the card isn't making good contact, or the card or slot is bad. Normally, when the BIOS sees a video card in the PCIe x16 slot, it disables integrated video.
  12. clutchc said:
    If you can plug the cable into the MB port and get a display while the GTX 1050 Ti is in its slot, then the card isn't making good contact, or the card or slot is bad. Normally, when the BIOS sees a video card in the PCIe x16 slot, it disables integrated video.


    I have tried everything, I even forced my drivers to install by changing the settings in NVIDIA, but when installing it froze and didn't respond, there is no PCI slot in my GPU, I just ordered a new one with a PCI slot though so ill see how that goes.
  13. Had you ever run DDU while the PC was on integrated video (no gfx card in the slot)? It does a pretty thorough job of cleaning the registry and other places Nvidia and AMD hides their files. Might be a corrupt install that left you messed up.
  14. clutchc said:
    Had you ever run DDU while the PC was on integrated video (no gfx card in the slot)? It does a pretty thorough job of cleaning the registry and other places Nvidia and AMD hides their files. Might be a corrupt install that left you messed up.


    There is no integrated graphics it's just called Microsoft Display Adapter, I ordered an ASUS 1050ti and it arrives tomorrow then i'll find out if the works. I think my other one just came faulty? should I send it back..?
  15. Microsoft Display Adapter is the driver for the CPU's integrated GPU (iGPU). Which CPU are you using?
  16. clutchc said:
    Microsoft Display Adapter is the driver for the CPU's integrated GPU (iGPU). Which CPU are you using?


    Intel Core i3 8100
  17. Yes, that CPU has an iGPU. The Intel UHD Graphics 630
  18. clutchc said:
    Yes, that CPU has an iGPU. The Intel UHD Graphics 630


    Okay, so I got my new GPU today (ASUS GEFORCE GTX 1050ti) Boom same problem no display and this time the fans start for a couple of second and then stop...
  19. The fans stopping probably isn't a problem. Many cards have zero decible fans that turn off blow ~60C. But the lack of display is troublesome. Sure you didn't forget to move the monitor's cable to the gfx card's port?
  20. clutchc said:
    The fans stopping probably isn't a problem. Many cards have zero decible fans that turn off blow ~60C. But the lack of display is troublesome. Sure you didn't forget to move the monitor's cable to the gfx card's port?


    Yeh man still doesn't work, just no display, pretty sad I dont know what to do
  21. Time to determine if the card is bad or the PCIe x16 slot. Got another gfx card you can try? Can you try the 1050 Ti on another board? ...any friends that can help you swap parts for testing?
  22. clutchc said:
    Time to determine if the card is bad or the PCIe x16 slot. Got another gfx card you can try? Can you try the 1050 Ti on another board? ...any friends that can help you swap parts for testing?

    Yes, I do have a couple of friends but they live like across the city though, but I can give it a go, i'll ask today, like I got my intergrated graphics to work, there not to bad can run fortnite 120 frames, but other games do have troubles, I think it might be my MOBO just because I got two GTX 1050ti's on one of them the fans spin but on the other one it doesn't and they both get no signal. But then again my MOBO HDMI does work, so Im confused, Maybe it's a faulty PSU??
  23. You can run Fortnite at 120 fps on the iGPU?!
    That's what I would expect using the 1050 Ti, and then only at low or maybe medium settings.
  24. clutchc said:
    You can run Fortnite at 120 fps on the iGPU?!
    That's what I would expect using the 1050 Ti, and then only at low or maybe medium settings.


    Yes, I run 120fps on 1024x768 100 3d resolution low settings with an iGPU, its pretty crazy but I have wasted money on two GPU's, I dont even get a signal, I dont know what to do...
  25. Oh. 1024 x 768. That explains it. Why not switch to 1080p and see what you get? Your monitor is probably only 60 Hz anyway.
  26. clutchc said:
    Oh. 1024 x 768. That explains it. Why not switch to 1080p and see what you get? Your monitor is probably only 60 Hz anyway.


    Yeh, I play stretched resolution, just much easier. I'll try today after school, I highly doubt it'll work but I'll give it a shot.
  27. I'm getting confused here. Did you test your GPU on another system or have a PC technician look at your build?

    It's nearly impossible for two GPUs to be faulty and since your monitor/cable is functioning and you reinstalled the drivers, I would suspect the motherboard itself.

    Also, what is the brand and model of your PSU? +12v output current would help too.
  28. zebarjadi.raouf said:
    I'm getting confused here. Did you test your GPU on another system or have a PC technician look at your build?

    It's nearly impossible for two GPUs to be faulty and since your monitor/cable is functioning and you reinstalled the drivers, I would suspect the motherboard itself.

    Also, what is the brand and model of your PSU? +12v output current would help too.


    Na man not yet, How much does it cost to hire someone? I honestly think it is my Motherboard because two GPU's, both faulty? I highly doubt it I might have to get a new MOBO but im not bothered to take everything apart
  29. Best answer
    I did some digging around. BIOS config can cause it too. Set these.

    Security > Secure boot > Disabled

    Advanced > Chipset > Primary Graphics > PCI-E

    Now, Save BIOS, shut down, try installing 1050Ti again.
  30. zebarjadi.raouf said:
    I did some digging around. BIOS config can cause it too. Set these.

    Security > Secure boot > Disabled

    Advanced > Chipset > Primary Graphics > PCI-E

    Now, Save BIOS, shut down, try installing 1050Ti again.


    Alright I'll have a go when I get home, thank you
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