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Solved Computer won’t output anything to screen

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Leul, Sep 15, 2019.

  1. Leul

    Leul Thread Starter

    Sep 15, 2019
    It turns on and all the fans pick up, but nothing on the screen. I’ve tried just about everything. I’ve reseated everything except the motherboard itself, I tested taking out the gpu and running off of integrated graphics, I’ve tried switching around the ram sticks, I’ve tried letting it sit for a day in case of overheating, I’ve tried using a multimeter to test psu output (but the multimeter was a bit too thicc to fit into spaces, and I don’t have any foil handy), I’ve tried unplugging everything from it and plugging it back in, and I’ve basically tried everything per doing a backflip off of a 3 story building with it. My main theories are that A. The psu (650W) isn’t outputting enough power anymore. It is only about 2 and a half years old, I do tend to leave my computer to sleep 99% of the time. Other theory is that the motherboard is shot in some way (bout a billion ways it could be busted). For context, I was playing six siege like I normally do, load wasn’t too heavy with just siege and discord open. Then all of the sudden, the game freezes for about thirty seconds, the motherboard gives me a beep code which I can’t remember for the life of me (between 4-6 beeps?) and it shuts down. I’m a little bit worried, so I cut off the power and put it back on, and the pc works fine again for about 2-3 minutes before pooping out again. Hasn’t given any output since then. If someone has any other ideas on how to troubleshoot, I would really appreciate it!

    Specs: i7 somethingsomethingsomethingK
    Gtx 1060 6gb
    250gb ssd
    1tb hdd
    16gb ram
    650W bronze some company psu
    Asus prime h270-plus motherboard

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  2. lunarlander


    Sep 21, 2007
    Try another screen.
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