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570Ti No display at boot. Fans running.

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October 14, 2011 3:28:39 PM

As the title says, recently obtained a 560Ti, new mobo, memory and everything.

Motherboard is Asus P8Z68.

Intel graphics work fine, and the computer runs perfectly well, however, hooking up the GPU simply produces a "No Signal" when booting.

The 2 6-Pin cables are connected, as far as I can tell, replaced one of the cables with another I had spare and still no result.

Searched the internet for any results, and it seems it's either an RMA or "The cables aren't done right". Hopefully you guys can shed more light on it.

So, if you will, any advice?

Edit: Silly me, 560Ti, not 570ti, wouldn't want a card that doesn't exist.
a b Î Nvidia
October 15, 2011 6:50:45 PM

can you specify your complete spec? it could be your PSU doesn't have enough juice to power up your entire system when the gpu was plug-in
a c 171 Î Nvidia
October 15, 2011 9:09:12 PM

Have you tried turning off the onboard VGA in the BIOS?
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October 16, 2011 3:56:41 AM

renz496 said:
can you specify your complete spec? it could be your PSU doesn't have enough juice to power up your entire system when the gpu was plug-in


Motherboard: Asus P8Z68
Processor: I7 2600k No Overclock.
RAM: Corsair Vengeance 16GB.
Power Supply: Jeantech 700W "Storm".

PSU was previously running a Q6600 Rig with a 4870X2, and I've had no problems elsewhere.

Mousemonkey said:
Have you tried turning off the onboard VGA in the BIOS?


Can't do so, I can prioritize PCI-E over Onboard, which it is on by default, still get no signal however.


Oh, and I had forgot at the time, but, the card has ran in the past, in the previous mentioned rig, when the 4870 died, I replaced it with the 560ti, and got a display.
October 16, 2011 11:04:28 AM

I"ve experienced same issue yesterday with the same video card.It drives me crazy all day,I"ve tried everything including a fresh windows install and nothing.Finally I observed that the 6 pin PCIE connector had a faulty pin that comes out,I"ve change it with the other adapter that comes with the card and the card has back to life,no more problems.My PSU only have one 6pin PCIE,and I have to use one cable adapter that comes with the video card.There are 2 cable adapters in the box,one was faulty.

LE:I have a MSI GTX 560Ti Twin Frozr II/OC.I don"t know why I can"t update my signature information.Yesterday I"ve changed the 4GB DDR2 for 8GB DDR3,and I"ve accidentaly touched the 6pinPCIE conectors,then the faulty connector pin(with brown cable) cames out from connector and make my day impossible because I didn"t notice that.I bought this card one week ago and it runs perfectly till yesterday.After changing the RAM(when the accident produce),I have no signal message on monitor.With the onboard video everything worked perfectly.The GTX560Ti disapeared from device manager too.I hope that helps you,if not try to update the MOBO BIOS to latest version.

Sorry for my bad english....
October 17, 2011 11:40:52 AM

Replaced the cables to see if it was that, sadly no luck.

Tried a different slot, also nothing.

Looking like an RMA, any other things anyone can advise?
a b Î Nvidia
October 17, 2011 12:49:09 PM

you can try your luck by putting the card on other pc if you have one. other than that RMA
October 17, 2011 12:51:04 PM

renz496 said:
you can try your luck by putting the card on other pc if you have one. other than that RMA


I could do that at the weekend when I go back to Manchester, also allow me to go to the store to return it too.

October 18, 2011 4:03:41 PM

An update on this.

Restarted today for a Windows update, computer booted, suddenly made a very loud motor sound, turned it off as fast as I could.

Opened it up.

It seems the card had tried to kill itself, it's fan is now missing a few blades.


Definitely RMA at this stage.
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