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Rx 580 no second display . Please help before I brake this card

 

I’ve made atleast 6 post about this , to absolutely no help . Just people going oh shit eh mine dosnt do that ..

The gpu worked seemingly fine he first 2 days, after the second display would have to phase itself into existence. It would start black then static and then flash for 5-20 mins and then would work without issue the rest of the day. 


Corsair cx650 watt power supply and it’s what I suspect to me my problem. While playing rocket League the card only draws 127w and nothing more . So theoretically it’s the power supply causing my issues? 


But after reading thousands of post about things that arnt really even related because I’ve gotten ZERO answers. The forums say that I can only use the HDMI port OR the dva port not both . But I get both working fine for the rest of the day , it’s just the initial start up...


The monitor would do something similar when I had a 1050ti , it would go black for a few seconds , then come back and have pink and green lines all over the screen . I would restart the pc and the issue would go away. 


What is my issue ? What the hell do I spent more money on to try and fix ? I’m honestly getting tired of typing this post out EVERY morning while sitting here waiting for my screen to blink into existence..... so please someone just help me

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Have you tried clearing the motherboard CMOS? Seems to be related to something other than the GPU if you've had issues using multiple monitors across several graphics cards.

I mostly speak from my own past experience from similar problems. My solution may not work for you, but I'll always try my best to help as much as I can. If you want me to see your reply, make sure to quote my comment or mention me @WaggishOhio383, and I'll get back to you as soon as possible.

 

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Try to swap the cables to both monitors, but it sounds like the monitor itself might be the problem.

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Might be a dead end, but are your chipset drivers up to date?

 

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Yes everything’s up to drivers are up to date , I’ve tried every combo of cords , just the tv works and when I try just the monitor, it’s still staticky and flashy @Kilrah @TheInfinityBacon

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Then the card is just fine but that monitor is gone. 

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Mobile SFF rig: i9-9900K, Noctua NH-L9i, Asrock Z390 Phantom ITX-AC, 32GB, GTX1070, 2x1TB NVMe SSD RAID0, 2x5TB 2.5" HDD RAID0, Athena 500W Flex (Noctua fan), Custom 4.7l 3D printed case

 

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@Kilrah @TheInfinityBacon @WaggishOhio383 Ouhkay so update , the power randomly went out across the entire city.... I was working on the computer , just streaming . And the power flickers and comes back on 30 secs later . Now the second display is 100% not registering at all . When I boot up it shots the acer logo for my mobo , I can boot into bios and see the bios on that monitor, but the second it gets to windows , it’s not detected anymore , and it dosnt even phase into existence. It’s just gone . I’m writing this quickly before swapping that monitor to another computer and seeingn if it still works on that computer. Will update again . But I just figured this might be useful info in actually fully diagnosing my problem. 

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