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help fixing a gtx 670

it really a broken GPU then

 

contact the seller

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Posted · Original PosterOP

i bought a gtx 670 and when i turn my computer on the fans rev up full and it wont display a picture i have no idea on what it is maybe heating i bought it and it was supposed to be new but i came open i got my monies back buy i got to keep it dose anyone know a way to fix it?

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check all power connections

 

reset BIOS 

 

download latest nVidia driver using just the onboard display output


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yea the gpu fans rev up at full speed 

If you watch it as you turn the pc on, do the fans stop at any point?


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Posted · Original PosterOP

well this is what happens i boot up my pc and it wont display i had them plugged into a vizio tv and the fans would just rev up it would randomly

work then just go blank and the fans would rev up again 

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it really a broken GPU then

 

contact the seller


Budget? Uses? Currency? Location? Operating System? Peripherals? Monitor? Use PCPartPicker wherever possible. 

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