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GTX 970 Not Working Help???

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#1 Finupp


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Posted 13 August 2016 - 01:23 AM

Hello! My name is Finup, I am a gamer and youtuber. I've had a GTX 970 since the begging of the summer and it RANDOMLY just stopped working yesturday, read more for detail!


So... the graphics card is a GTX 970 Strix and 2 days ago I went to play rocket league with my friend, I started up rocket league and then went to change my display setting and once I hit *SAVED* my BOTH of my screens went black and didnt detenct the vga or dvi. Usually I would just restart my PC and it would be fixed (happened 2 times before) but this time it did not get fixed, it just wont display anything on the screen with my graphic card. 


Step 2: I tried out my motherboard (cpu intel i7 4700 3.6ghz) and that is displaying shizz on my screen.


Step 3: I went back on my Graphic card and then fan is running, the white light is on and it is being powered. I tried moving it to a different slot on my motherboard and it made no difference. 


My graphics card is fully updated and has been working for the past months.... any help please!!!! sad.png


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#2 hamluis



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Posted 13 August 2016 - 12:35 PM

What motherboard (manufacturer and model)?


Do you have access (only a few minutes) to another system?



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