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Asus Z170 I 6700k No display

Best Answer FunnehGuy , 16 July 2016 - 10:59 PM

its okay i just found out that the motherboard is faulty so i called asus and they said they would check it out, thanks anyhow. Go to the full post »


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FunnehGuy

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My computer specs are to top it off

Motherboard : Asus Z170 Pro Gaming

CPU : I6700k (i7)

PSU : Corsair CX850M

Graphics : GTX 780? ( I forgot my bad )

 

So far when I try to boot it up regardless the monitor can't pick up its signal, so I've tried to remove the graphics card and try from motherboard, but regardless it didn't work at all. To top it off I even tried to plug it into the graphics card via monitor and used VGA, Hdmi, and another one, yet nothing worked so I need really bad help at the moment and anything will do.


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:welcome: FunnehGuy 

Please do the following and let us know the results.

​Turn off the power to everything, including the monitor.

Remove the Video card., connect the monitor to the MB DVI-D port.

Power on the monitor, Do you get a "No Signal" message displayed?

Power on the computer, Any flash or message displayed?

Are the PSU and CPU fans running? 

Does the computer suddenly shut down?


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its okay i just found out that the motherboard is faulty so i called asus and they said they would check it out, thanks anyhow.


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Thanks for the update, good you found the issue.   Please start a new topic if you need further help when you get the replacement board.

 

Good luck. 


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