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taccamboerii

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  1. This is my first post and my first PC build, so apologies if I do something wrong I put all the components together and turned it on, and after some troubleshooting the PC turned on, went to BIOS, and then let me login to windows as expected, however the issue I had was that pixels would seemingly randomly turn red, but they would return to the correct colours once I moved the mouse over them or passed a tab across them. After updating the drivers for the GPU, Device Manager reported a Code 43 error. After following articles online to fix this, making sure the drivers are updated, rolling them back, dusting the GPU, making sure it was seated properly, nothing worked, so I went with the final tip and updated the BIOS. From here, The PC turned on, but there was no display on the monitor. I've changed cables and used different monitors, and cleared the CMOS, but there's still no display. I've followed the troubleshooting list on this site (with the exception of trying the GPU in a different PCI-E Slot as I don't have another computer to try the GPU in) but still no luck. Do I need to replace my motherboard or have I missed something? Motherboard: Gigabyte H310M S2P CPU: Intel Core i3 9100-f GPU: ASUS Phoenix GTX 1050 ti RAM: 2 x 4GB DDR4 PSU: Corsair 650W SSD: 150GB Patriot Burst (Other Hard Drives are in the case but are completely unconnected) Windows 10 Pro 64 bit
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