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Need help installing RX580

Daan._official
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So I just bought a RX580 Nitro+ to replace my old GTX 760. I run the GTX 760 with VGA cable, motherboard is Z97 MPower Max AC, processor is I5 4670K, Power supply is 530W. 

 

But if i put in the RX580 and plug HDMI into it, it doesn't give signal. I tried 2 different cables and all the ports. If I plug in the HDMI Cables to the Mobo for integrated graphics, no signal either.  

RX580 turns on, fans work but that's it. The VGA adapter i had on the GTX 760 doesn't fit the RX580. I downloaded AMD Radeon software installer, but I can't install anything when the GTX 760 is plugged in. Bought it from a guy who just used it to run tests, so it should work. I think PU is fine too. 

 

I read different forums but I didn't really understand what I had to do. Update this, turn of that, didn't really make sense.

 

It's probably something Obvious, so if anyone could give me a step to step guide would be great.

 

Peace out,

 

Daan

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If it doesnt work on both the Card or the iGPU with different cables, my bet is the port on the monitor is fried. 

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Did u plug HDMI cable to motherboard when GPU was still in the mother board.

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GTX 760 has HDMI right? So why would you be running it with VGA in the first place? Maybe there was a problem like monitor socket or something else. Try the old card with HDMI to see if it works.

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Change the output on the monitor? or test the monitor with a known good device like a DVD player or similar. 

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Turns out HDMI Port is not working on display so that explains a lot. Saw that the RX580 was now in the device manager list, so I assume that means it works. 

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