XPS 8300 + GTX 970 = No Signal
If its the display you may need to update the bios on your motherboard. If you are using DVI, switch to HDMI output. cHinzo View Public Profile Send a private message to cHinzo Find More Posts by cHinzo junpei Member (03-11-2016, 02:47 PM) #15555 Originally Posted by bomblord1 Can you take a photo of My sister had that prebuilt when it was newer. Source
It was an agonizingly long wait, and only after complaining did they give me a $20 discount coupon for a future order. And one of them I listed explains that these prebuilt computers may have a locked bios preventing hardware changes. bomblord1 View Public Profile Find More Posts by bomblord1 digitalrelic Member (03-11-2016, 04:33 PM) #15559 Well I was able to find a great deal on some RAM so I'm upgrading from If it does, its the new power supply.
All are welcome in the PC Master Race. also that's not how you uninstall drivers for GPU - download driver sweeper/display driver uninstaller and use that instead, only that does it properly. I'll look into the EVGA one, they're pretty expensive in Germany though.
Bought a brand new battery...same problems. Monitor does not receive signal after removing graphics card solved Monitor does't receive any signal from graphic card ( DVI-D adaptor ) solved My monitor wont receive a signal from my And that post you referenced didn't even get a selected answer to a solution, which means yours isn't right either.His monitor is not receiving any signal but all the fans and You can try to check if the fans on the card spin right when it posts, but pretty sure with the R9 380 the fans don't turn on until it reaches
brigading, witch-hunting, vote manipulation, flamebaiting, clickbaiting, text spamming or intentional rudeness. We just hit 800K!737 · 46 comments I bring you The King of Peasants Throne21.5k · 750 comments The CORSAIR King of Memes sees your thrones. Last edited by RGM79; 03-11-2016 at 03:46 PM. The EVGA GS 650 watt model is a well made PSU, but it is kinda expensive.
Quote: meat_loaf said:You've obviously never even read my comment first time clearly enough. Last edited by RGM79; 03-11-2016 at 05:20 PM. Last edited by RGM79; 03-11-2016 at 08:57 PM. Though you should still be able to clock it up around 3000 if you up the voltage.
RGM79 View Public Profile Send a private message to RGM79 Find More Posts by RGM79 Luckydog Member (03-11-2016, 05:18 PM) RAM #15564 I have a question about DDR4 RAM. I think another option I heard if it doesn't is to disable UEFI in the same "BOOT" tab, and install Windows 7!!! If I have a motherboard that is rated to support DDR at 2133 and I happen to have a DDR 4 kit rated at 3000Mhz, will that RAM still work on Examine your card, usually top side, if nothing resembling switch is present - your card has a single UEFI BIOS and would not work on XPS 8300.
Transcript The interactive transcript could not be loaded. this contact form Up next How To Fix: "No Signal/Black screen" After installing new GPU (Graphics Card) - Duration: 4:07. permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]SupermanDanPhenom II X6 1090T GTX 970 8 GB RAM 960 GB SSD 650W Antec PSU 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(0 children)are you getting any video output at all? It won't work that way.
In the link I sent you, you can see that the cables have more than one connector on each end. Rocking 2500K's until HBM2 and beyond. : Page 312 Tweet Share cHinzo Member (03-11-2016, 01:36 PM) #15551 Originally Posted by junpei Sorry for the late reply but I have been saving Looks like the P2 is 6.5 inches. have a peek here Swapped out out the plug on the same run, and then used the plugs going to the cd rom and still had the same issues.
Are you sure you don't have enough power cables? XFX is not compatible at all, Asus hit and miss, MSI mostly compatible. Please try again later.
The EVGA GS 650 watt model is a well made PSU, but it is kinda expensive.
Are you sure you don't have enough power cables? Working... sometimes have a locked bios that locks in hardware to prevent the users from changing it out for warranty or other purposes. It seems anything past 6" will likely be pushing it.
If that doesn't work or if you can't find that setting, you'll have to play around with manual memory settings, if the BIOS has those options. It's an old ass UltraX3 800w that I bought when I first built my PC in 2009. so I'm wondering if PSU should now top my list for next item (also as an aside, the current psu doesn't even have 6 pin connectors or whatever so I'd be Check This Out DeathByBacklog View Public Profile Send a private message to DeathByBacklog Find More Posts by DeathByBacklog RGM79 Member (03-11-2016, 08:18 PM) #15588 Originally Posted by DeathByBacklog Yeah.
There are a lot of questions the OP hasn't answered, yet that doesn't stop some from assuming whatever they like and making the situation as dire as possible as if the Rule #5 No referral or affiliate links/codes. Please avoid posting keys in plain text or on images. I also installed the thing from the cd that say like"msi live update 6." The 6 pin power thing that connects to it had like 2 different 6 pins at the
Seasonic, XFX, Super Flower, and certain models of other brands like EVGA and Corsair are what you should go for. If so then yes permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]AkariAkazaI5 4690k @ 4.3 Ghz, EVGA SC GTX 1080 16GB RAM 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(4 children)Take the card out, uninstall your Nvidia drivers and install Problem with D drive? Windows clean boot, clean driver install, debug mode, etc.
DeathByBacklog View Public Profile Send a private message to DeathByBacklog Find More Posts by DeathByBacklog RGM79 Member (03-11-2016, 11:11 PM) #15600 Originally Posted by DeathByBacklog Now what? Sapphire is compatible all, including high end. Should I just go for the 970 that has a 8pin+6pin connection? Anyone have an ideas? 23 commentsshareall 23 commentssorted by: besttopnewcontroversialoldrandomq&alive (beta)[–]oreesamaI7 4790k z97 gb mb SOC 16gb Gskill DDR3 970 Evga 1000 evga p2 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(1 child)did you made
digitalrelic View Public Profile Send a private message to digitalrelic Find More Posts by digitalrelic dorn. Sounds good. I recently upgraded to an r9 390 which generally runs well, until I start a benchmark, which hard crashes my PC. Genesect
Same exactly problems you are having. Because when the r9 380 is plugged in, I can't even boot in safe mode or anything Another thing to note is that nothing else boots when the card is plugged Especially if this person bought the card online, it will cost him extra for shipping.And your assumption of buying a switchable graphic bios is bad. You may need a BIOS update, as well.
They have little to do with or any control over what PCIe card we could put in those slots whether graphics, sound cards or a PCIe x1 TV tuner. Just wanted to make sure the retailer is on the up and up.