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Monitor not turning on

Yairz
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So I recently got this problem with my monitor ( Acer Predator XB271HU Abmiprz 27-inch WQHD (2560x1440) NVIDIA G-SYNC Monitor ) Whenever i turn my computer, it will not turn on unless I try it several times, everything seems to be working whenever it actually does and there seems to be no problems whatsoever, I have to admit I havent cleaned it in about 2 months but sometimes I've done it for 3 or 4 with no mishaps. The monitor turns on and logo displays for a few seconds, the options can be tweaked like normal, i even changed the display and power cables but to no avail. Whenever it turns on I try to monitor temperatures thinking it might be my graphics card but nothing seems out of the ordinary. These are my specs

I-8700k Asrock fatality z370 k6 Msi seahawk ek x1080 gtx with another ek block 16 gb ram 250 ssd 2 1tb hdds Corsair rmx 850

Any help or suggestions would be immensely helpful

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bumping, 

 

i tried to use an hdmi cable and use it on the motherboard, it worked like a charm but after i came back from work today the same problem persisted and took several tries before i was able to make it turn on

 

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See if there are any bios or chipset updates on the motherboard manufactures website as that could resolve the issue

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20 hours ago, AdvancedMicroDisapointment said:

See if there are any bios or chipset updates on the motherboard manufactures website as that could resolve the issue

there are some but im a total newbie when it comes to all that so i havent given a try, someone else in another forum told me to give another monitor/tv to narrow the problem and heres what happened

so here are my tries and i am more confused than ever,

mb hdmi to tv = 1 in 5 yes

mb hdmi to monitor = 1 in 3 yes

gpu hdmi to monitor = 5 in 5 yes

gpu dvi to monitor = 2 in 5 yes (but only if i have hdmi cable plugged in as well but if i toggle inputs the dvi input freezes up and wont open windows)

gpu hdmi to tv = 3 in 3 yes

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1 hour ago, Yairz said:

there are some but im a total newbie when it comes to all that so i havent given a try, someone else in another forum told me to give another monitor/tv to narrow the problem and heres what happened

so here are my tries and i am more confused than ever,

mb hdmi to tv = 1 in 5 yes

mb hdmi to monitor = 1 in 3 yes

gpu hdmi to monitor = 5 in 5 yes

gpu dvi to monitor = 2 in 5 yes (but only if i have hdmi cable plugged in as well but if i toggle inputs the dvi input freezes up and wont open windows)

gpu hdmi to tv = 3 in 3 yes

you should only ever use your gpu outputs, and as far as the dvi thing that could potentially be fixed through a driver update for your graphics card

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50 minutes ago, AdvancedMicroDisapointment said:

you should only ever use your gpu outputs, and as far as the dvi thing that could potentially be fixed through a driver update for your graphics card

yes i know but i gave it a try just in case it really was the monitor i updated them, still same thing

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