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Graphic possibly dead?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

So I made a post before talking about how my pc wouldn't turn on when I had 2 monitors plugged in, every time my pc turns on I have only one plugged in but now when I launch games my monitors turn off when launching games(my pc is still on) IF I have 2 monitors plugged in. Is this a sign that my graphic card is dying?

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Posted · Original PosterOP
7 minutes ago, Red_Fox_1293 said:

do you see dead pixels on one monitor, or weird colors on one monitor? also, do you have the right drivers?

hi no i did not see dead pixel and im on the latest drivers

 

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20 minutes ago, zachy_T said:

So I made a post before talking about how my pc wouldn't turn on when I had 2 monitors plugged in, every time my pc turns on I have only one plugged in but now when I launch games my monitors turn off when launching games(my pc is still on) IF I have 2 monitors plugged in. Is this a sign that my graphic card is dying?

I am having issues with mine was well. If i use any combination of ports I get black screens, but if i only use displayport everything is fine. I have up to date drivers.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, Red_Fox_1293 said:

try hdmi hdmi

i only have hdmi and my other monitor has vga and dvi

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Did you try other monitors?

 

It could also be related to what screen the game selects when it starts, it could be drivers related.

 

So things you could try ;
Different monitors (I know this can be hard, you don't want to buy monitors, especially if it's the GPU dying!)

Or try to DDU and reinstall the drivers (unless that was already tried before? )


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 hour ago, Red_Fox_1293 said:

ddu and disassembly are my only other ideas. try dduing it, and if that doesn't work, say so

whats that

 

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