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Thandrall

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Hi all,

 

I have just brought a GTX 1060 Dual OC 6gb video card, and I've connected it to the motherboard. It lights up, a white light when the PCIE (think thats what there called, it's a 6 slot red headed cord) is in, red when it isn't. But when I start the computer up it just says "HDMI no signal", I don't have a DIV-D cord or anything to test the others out sadly. Old card was  GTX 760.

 

Thanks in advance about any help.

 

Motherboard: Intel Core i5-4440 3.1GHz
RAM: 16gb DDR3 corsair vengenace

 

not sure what other information to put in.


Edited by Thandrall, 21 August 2016 - 03:09 AM.

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iammykyl

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:welcome: Thandrall.

The GTX 1000 series GPUs do not support VGA (analogue) output.   Please give us some addition info.

The brand/model of the GPU, so we know what outputs it has.

The brand/model of you monitor, so we know what inputs it has.

The brand/model of you PSU, so we can tell if it has enough Whats/Amps to support your system. 


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iammykyl

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Gday.

You did not reply!!  Have you fixed the problem?   


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