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  1. Hafniz

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    Hello, i just bought new ram, ssd and a graphic card. I installed it and everything was running fine. After a while i got a bluscreen. And i turned my computer back on and i got bluescreen again. So i tried to clear CMOS. On my motherboard theres a jumper i tried that. But when i turned my computer back on, everything started but cloud not see anything on my screen. I tried a different graphic card but nothing happend. Then i took out my motherboard and removed the bios battery and put it back in, but nothing happend. I also tiried my old ram. Anyone have any ideas what has happend?

    I bought:

    ASUS GeForce GTX 660Ti 2GB PhysX CUDA
    Kingston DDR3 HyperX 1600MHz 8GB KIT

    And my motherboard is sabertooth p67
     
  2. jagsthecat

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    What power supply do you have?
     
  3. Hafniz

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    I got a corsair TX750W
     
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    I have removed the unnecessary links from the first post, which might be seen as an attempt to spam the forums
     
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  7. dai

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    i cannot make head nor tail of it in that form

    best i can come up with from that it is likely a driver

    post 4
     
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