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BLACK SCREEN ISSUE. NO POWER KEYBOARD MOUSE

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I received a USED GTX 760 which has a black screen issue. Graphics card fans are working completely fine. The monitor detects output but is always stuck on a black screen with the keyboard mouse blinking for a second and turning off right away. What could the possible issue here?

 

I tested the card on my Benchmark system which actually runs perperfectly fine.

Specs :

I5 4690K
8GB DDR3 1600mhz
WD 1TB 7200rpm
Strix GTX 960 4gb ( Swapped in 760, and I got this issue)

PSU: ANTEC VP450P

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Just now, DeceptiveFTW said:

I received a USED GTX 760 which has a black screen issue. Graphics card fans are working completely fine. The monitor detects output but is always stuck on a black screen with the keyboard mouse blinking for a second and turning off right away. What could the possible issue here?

 

I tested the card on my Benchmark system which actually runs perperfectly fine.

Specs :

I5 4690K
8GB DDR3 1600mhz
WD 1TB 7200rpm
Strix GTX 960 4gb ( Swapped in 760, and I got this issue)

PSU: ANTEC VP450P

just sound like a defective card man


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Posted · Original PosterOP
10 minutes ago, WambleCropped said:

just sound like a defective card man

Yes I know. The person who gave me this explained that the card probably died due to overheating  when he applied some cheap quality thermal paste. The card booted up nicely and then went to a black screen half an hour later while he was in a game. Was wondering if baking the card is the only possible solution to get it running for a few weeks.

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8 hours ago, DeceptiveFTW said:

Yes I know. The person who gave me this explained that the card probably died due to overheating  when he applied some cheap quality thermal paste. The card booted up nicely and then went to a black screen half an hour later while he was in a game. Was wondering if baking the card is the only possible solution to get it running for a few weeks.

I myself have noticed that some video cards seem to bug out while running an HDMI cable and using the video cards sound settings.  Also on-board sound cards can cause a conflict if another device is handling the audio.  Sort of like both of them wanting to reproduce the audio.  

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