Solved New graphic card, no feed

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jotarome

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PSU: 500B
CPU: I5-6600K
GPU: RTX 2070 (GIGABYTE)
1x8 GB RAM
1TB SATA 7.2K Western Digital
144hz Acer gaming monitor
60hz Acer regular monitor
H170 Gaming-3 Motherboard

Hello I just got a refurbished rtx2070 from Amazon and I was really excited to try it out but to my surprise: there are no DVI input on the card, I was used to have DVI for my older 1050ti card.

So I gave HDMI a try, the PC turns on, the graphic card is also on and the fans are spinning. but there are no feed and only my 2nd monitor who is plugged in via motherboard shows the login screen.

I even tried a display port cable but it really doesn't work. My main computer doesn't get feed from the card. All the PSU cables are connected properly on the card too.

I tried out a few card drivers but still the same result.

The only clue I get is that the hardware might be faulty because the card shows up in device manager under error code 43.

Any suggestions are greatly appreciated. Thank you so much for your time.
 
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Just return the card, you have investigated enough, no need to investigate further.
 

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only my 2nd monitor who is plugged in via motherboard shows the login
There is your answer right in front of you. The card has failed. When you insert a real video card in a system with onchip video, the onboard video is disabled. In short, IF the card was working, you should not get any output from the onboard port.
 

jotarome

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There is your answer right in front of you. The card has failed. When you insert a real video card in a system with onchip video, the onboard video is disabled. In short, IF the card was working, you should not get any output from the onboard port.
Thank you, this makes sense. I will mark this thread as solved.
 
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