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#1 knickknack

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Posted 22 May 2012 - 01:41 PM

Hey guys I have a problem that just got worse and worse until I can't see anything when I boot up my PC. It started back couple weeks ago where when I was playing games or just browsing the web, my monitor randomly blacks out and just switches back and forth to Analog and Digital for a couple of seconds till my monitor just blacks out. Recently it got worse to the point that whenever I turn my computer on, I cant even see the BIOS load or the log in screen for Windows. I tried opening my computer and replacing the graphics card assuming that was the problem, but it doesn't change anything. Also usually when you turn on the computer you hear a little beep when you turn it on. Recently I don't even hear that anymore. Does anyone know what my problem is?

My Specs:
EVGA GTX 570 HD
i7 processor 930 3.5 GHZ
8GB RAM
Corsair 850 TX Power Supply

If I am missing any more information please let me know and I WILL reply.

Thanks in advance

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Posted 22 May 2012 - 01:48 PM

I also have a EVGA X58 3-way SLI motherboard.




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