|One day I had issues with my GPU not giving signal to my monitor. After messing with the cables I was able to get a display again. It continued fine for about 2-3 months. After I shut down the computer again, after probably a long while, I was not able to get the signal to come back again.|
After trying many things I finally called EVGA. They advised me to send my GPU back. That process is done and I have my new GPU and I'm still getting the same issue. Unfortunately the representative that talked to me said that my GPU tested completely fine so his guess would be that I'm having issues with my MOBO or power supply. The fan spins on the GPU but I just cannot get the system to recognize the new card. The system runs fine on the current integrated GPU.
So far I have tried:
1) Reseating the GPU
2) Trying the GPU in another PCI slot
3) Reconnecting cables and powering down
4) Check if it was selected to boot in my BIOS
5) Made sure my onboard GPU isn't the primary
6) Check device manager for the hardware (its not recognized)
7) Update: Tried putting the card into an old computer and trying my old 9800 gtx in my new computer. Can't get the 9800 to recognize on the new system. Old system doesn't have a HD in it so not sure if I'll be able to test much on it.
i7 2600K/16 GB Ram
Intel DZ68BC Extreme Series
GTX 580 Superclocked EVGA