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No display on GTX 560

Last response: in Systems
October 29, 2011 2:22:11 PM

Hi there, I've built up a new computer. The specs are:

Asus Maximus IV Extreme-Z
i7 2600k Processor
16GB Corsair Vengeance RAM
nVidia GeForce GTX560Ti
850w Corsair Modular PSU
120GB Corsair SSD
2x WD 1TB HDDs
NZXT Phantom Case

My problem is that the PC will not display any visual signal/display.

I have tried via a DVI/VGA Monitor, I have tried through a HDMI/DVI connection to the monitor and also a straight HDMI connection to an HDTV (via mini-HDMI)

I am clueless on what to do next. The PC won't boot past POST obviously without a signal display so I can't check if it's going into windows. The card did work, however, I was changing the heat sink from a H100 because it was faulty to a Zalman Air cooler which works.

Any help would be appreciated and I will be glad to provide any more information to help resolve this situation.

Thank you in advance!

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October 30, 2011 12:44:31 AM

Try connecting to your integrated graphics on your motherboard. If you cant, remove your 560's and do it. (It wouldnt display my integrated when my video card was in). If it works when you do this i would go into your BIOS and disable the integrated graphics and set it to boot pci e. Then try the video cards again. Usually you dont have to do this but every motherboard is different.