Gpu no display but integrated works fine.

Discussion in 'Desktop Computers' started by SamPerkins, Nov 4, 2018.

  1. SamPerkins

    SamPerkins New Member

    Hi, so recently I have bought some new parts for my pc, and have used the same gpu, psu and hard drives from a working pc. The new parts I have bought and added are a motherboard, ram and cpu and heat sink. So as I use the display port in the gpu to the monitor I get no display however when I use the vga port on the motherboard for the integrated graphics I get a display, so to summarise my pc can’t recognise my gpu.
    Things I have done:
    - made sure the gpu is plugged in with the 6pin connector
    - tested another working gpu in the motherboard, and still no display (which tells me my gpu isn’t dead)
    - updated BIOS to the latest version.
    - reseated graphics card many times (and tested it into another working pc with display working.)
    - tried another monitor
    - tried a different port and cable (hdmi)
    - attempted to change graphics settings in bios to load pci-e only instead of the auto setting or integrated graphics however the changes do not save and automate change to auto again after rebooting.
    - 100% plugging display port in to gpu not motherboard.
    -updated and reinstalled windows 10
    Reseated ram and tried one slot and multiple places.
    Pc specs:
    Graphics card: GTX 1060 3GB (asus)
    Processor: I7 7700k kabylake 4.20ghz
    RAM: Corsair vengeance 2x4gb ddr4
    Motherboard: ASUS PRIME B250m-k
    Power supply: Corsair 450w psu

    Edit: I have just bought a brand new motherboard and still get the same problem. :( running out of ideas.
    Edit 2: tried another psu (600w) and still the same problem,could the cpu be the problem?
  2. crux77

    crux77 New Member

    Is the 6pin connector outputing power to the video card?

    I have had this problem in the past was always bios settings, you should have the option to select both PCI & Onboard Graphics Controller
  3. SamPerkins

    SamPerkins New Member

    Hi, thanks for the reply. The 6pin connectir is outputting power to the video card, and also if I change the primary video option in the bios to PCI-E it just switches back automatically to auto.
  4. crux77

    crux77 New Member

    Does the Nvidia card show up in bios under Graphics card Information? This may be a long shot but you could try a factory reset (load defaults) of your bios.
  5. OmniDyne

    OmniDyne Active Member

    So if you have the GTX 1060 inserted and attempt to boot via integrated, will it post?

    I'd attempt to reset the CMOS.
  6. johnb35

    johnb35 Administrator Staff Member

    Go into bios and set first video output to dedicated card instead of integrated.

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