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Radamec227

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  1. So I tried plugging it into a different monitor (after a few hours of sitting) and it worked on the new monitor. Everything took a super long time to load however, not sure if it was because it was adapting to a different resolution or what because it looked really big. After this working, I plugged it into my normal monitor and it worked again. So, not sure what the issue is here lol.
  2. The first time I had this issue, a month and a half ago, I tried plugging into my tv which has HDMI and that did not work. Then I proceeded to unplug and replug and it worked again on my monitor. As of today, I have not tried anther monitor with my computer or my monitor with a different computer. I can give that a try now.
  3. The first time I had this issue, a month and a half ago, I tried plugging into my tv which has HDMI and that did not work. Then I proceeded to unplug and replug and it worked again on my monitor. As of today, I have not tried anther monitor with my computer or my monitor with a different computer. I can give that a try now.
  4. Last summer I upgraded my mother board and CPU in my PC. Then in October I got a new GPU. I installed everything and everything was fine. About a month and a half ago, I went to turn on my pc and my monitor said "no signal from DisplayPort." Eventually after unplugging and plugging power to both my pc and monitor, I got it working again and thought nothing of it. Since then, this same issue has been exponentially reoccurring. I thought whatever I can fix it no big deal. Well today I went to turn on my pc and the same thing happened, however I can not get it to work this time. I've tried unplugging and replugging in all of the cables. Ive tried different display ports. I have tried using an HDMI instead and none of that worked. Then I took out my GPU and tried to run my computer through the motherboard alone, connecting via HDMI. I turn in on and it worked. Then I tried my old GPU and that did not work either. Once again I tried multiple ports on the GPU and multiple cables including the HDMI that works with the motherboard and I got nothing to display again. I tried a different PCIE slots as well and still nothing. I am wondering if this could be a power supply issue as I saw something online saying it is possible. I have my watt total on PC Part picker and it is about 150 watts less than what my power supply is good for. I think I narrowed it down to either power supply or motherboard but everything else works on my motherboard so I am not sure. Any suggestions? Specs: CPU: i5-9600k CPU Cooler: Cooler master Hyper 212 led Graphics Card: MSI RTX 2070 super Ventus OC Motherboard: MSI MPG z390 Gaming PLUS RAM: 2x8 corsair vengeance DDR4-2400 Storage: Western Digital Caviar blue 1tb Storage: Samsung 860 eve 500 gb ssd Power Supply: EVGA SuperNOVA G1 650 80+ gold Monitor: Asus VG248QE 24" 144 hz
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