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Posted · Original PosterOP

So i just build a new pc and my gtx 1060 is not giving any video output so i used the integraded gpu on the processor and in device manager the gpu is detected i installed the drivers of the gpu i even updated my motherboard to the latest bios and it just doesnt work im using an hdmi cable and the cable work with the igpu.

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do the fans on it spin?

 

and you are plugging it into the GPU not the MOBO right? thats a mistake some people make 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, Clockwork_princess said:

do the fans on it spin?

 

and you are plugging it into the GPU not the MOBO right? thats a mistake some people make 

Yes they do when the computer boots and i am connecting the cable on the gpu on the motherboard it works but not on the gpu

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Some BIOS have an option you can turn on / off for onboard graphics, of course this varies by manufacturer, but you might want to look in the BIOS for an option turn off the onboard gpu


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Posted · Original PosterOP
5 minutes ago, SorcierX said:

Some BIOS have an option you can turn on / off for onboard graphics, of course this varies by manufacturer, but you might want to look in the BIOS for an option turn off the onboard gpu

Ok im gonna try that

 

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The only other thing I can think of is that the card might not be getting enough power.

 

What size is your PSU?

 

What's the rest of your setup? 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
47 minutes ago, SorcierX said:

The only other thing I can think of is that the card might not be getting enough power.

 

What size is your PSU?

 

What's the rest of your setup? 

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