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MB seems to be working but doesn't make a sound after turning on PC also I can't see anything on display

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Hello, I have this setup MB: GIGABYTE H170-D3HP - Intel H170 GPU: 1080TI zotac extreme edition CPU: i7 6700 with heatsink cooler master 212 evo RAM: Kingston 16 GB ddr4 2133mhz drive: M.2 SSD 500gb Samsung evo 970 PSU: seasonic 550w gold, modular  

 

After I turn on the computer everything lights up and the components seem to be working. MB and GPU lights up and every fan is spinning. But I can't see a thing on my display. Also I was informed that MB should make a sound when booting and I couldn't hear a thing when I turned on the computer. I have checked the cabling a milion times, the GPU is locked in port on MB an powered. CPU is connected to PSU properly. I also tried using HDMI instead of DP but it didn't help. display is workin normally with other PCs.

 

Is there something wrong with my MB? If so how could I fix it. 

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Take the GPU out and see if the computer displays using integrated graphics. If it does it means there is an issue with the GPU, if it still doesn't then it's an issue with something else. That would be the first thing I test. Motherboard will only make post sounds if you have a motherboard speaker hooked up to it.

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