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About jonobang

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  • Birthday 1993-06-16

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  • CPU
    Intel Core i7-2600 3.4 GHz
  • Motherboard
    Asrock Z77 Extreme4
  • RAM
    12 Gigs of DDR3 Ram (unknown brand, very old)
  • GPU
    Sapphire R9 390 Nitro
  • Storage
    1.2 TB
  • PSU
    850 W Gold rated EVGA
  • Display(s)
    dell 1080P display monitor
  • Cooling
    7 case fans and stock CPU cooler
  • Keyboard
    corsair K63
  • Mouse
    Eblue Cobra
  • Sound
    Realtek HD audio manager
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 64 bit
  1. black screen issue

    so i got my first hint as to what this is, can a graphics card cause a whole computer to crash? the screen went multicolored this time at the bottom half and then did its usual thing.
  2. black screen issue

    i have run out of all options now, ive tried everything, system maintenance, ran a ram diagnostic (no reported issues), did another thorough cleaning, checked all temps under load (no issues), ran a check disk diagnostic (no issues), problem still remains...i am at a complete loss.
  3. black screen issue

    bump, still having this issue on occasion and now it freezes entirely, sound with glitch out super hard and i have to hold down the power button and reboot.
  4. black screen issue

    so you are saying i should reset the bios?
  5. black screen issue

    So basically after a certain amount of time my monitor black screens and occasionally loops audio, but most of the time it just black screens and i still hear everything as normal. I updated drivers and reseated the card but to no avail. cleaned out my case as well for good measure and upped airflow in case it was a temp issue but temps are reading fine. whenever i restart the computer it acts fine again until it happens again, where i have to restart the computer to get a display again. any ideas? i'm kinda stumped.
  6. R9 390 nitro issue

    So i got it to work, shut pod the computer and have out a decent push into the motherboard and it works now... must have gotten unseated somehow?
  7. R9 390 nitro issue

    which to me is strange since typically gpus shouldnt stop displaying when they aren't cleaned for a while...and by awhile i mean like less than a month.
  8. R9 390 nitro issue

    nothing really of note, its had this problem in the past but i usually clean it and it works fine again
  9. R9 390 nitro issue

    Hmmmm so i successfully removed all amd drivers but when i try and reinstall it pops up with this
  10. R9 390 nitro issue

    so clean and restart, install new drivers, restart again with hdmi plugged into the gpu?
  11. R9 390 nitro issue

    Is ddu a program?
  12. R9 390 nitro issue

    also it seems like it goes through a different driver now and it did recently update like, yesterdya which is when i started having issues...? however when i try to install the drivers it says it doesn't detect any AMD hardware???
  13. R9 390 nitro issue

    Should i just reinstall the drivers?
  14. R9 390 nitro issue

    When i bring up the drivers for amd all i get is this so maybe this is why?
  15. R9 390 nitro issue

    Hey guys so basically I've recently been having this issue where my graphics card spins up on boot however it doesn't post. I've tried everything i can think of like pushing the switch to toggle uefi, cleaning out thoroughly, reseating it. I have a 850 watt evga 80+ gold power supply so power shouldn't be an issue. Mobo works fine because the hdmi displays from the mobo, just not the gfx card. Any suggestions?