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    Thumbs up "No display" after POST/Boot

    The PC can:
    - POST
    - Works fine on Safe mode
    - can boot from PCI-E (980Ti) or built-in or both

    However, when login screen is suppose to display, monitor goes in to standby mode while PC is running "just fine."

    Any idea what can be done/what is the cause?
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    Quote Originally Posted by CvP View Post
    The PC can:
    - POST
    - Works fine on Safe mode
    - can boot from PCI-E (980Ti) or built-in or both

    However, when login screen is suppose to display, monitor goes in to standby mode while PC is running "just fine."

    Any idea what can be done/what is the cause?
    improper overclock

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    Most probably unsupported refresh rate/resolution.

    Though since you're posting this, it's unlikely that the solution is this simple.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VANGUARD View Post
    improper overclock
    While the CPU/RAM is OC'd a tiny bit, it has worked without issues for months. The only thing that changed is instead of a 650W Bronze PSU, now it is a 850W Gold PSU.

    The OC is done from firmware which is equally valid during safe mode or normal mode. I have also reset UEFI to default settings which didn't help.

    Quote Originally Posted by rexron View Post
    Most probably unsupported refresh rate/resolution.

    Though since you're posting this, it's unlikely that the solution is this simple.
    This *might* be a probable cause as I think I have "hard-set" the resolutions/display scaling/refresh rate etc from intel+nvidia cp and I have not tried in similar monitor yet (after getting new PSU). Then again, monitors tell you if those are out of bounds.

    - - - Updated - - -

    I have another idea which I will check out now. Hold on.

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    Right on the mark! Found the issue.

    On my mobo P8Z77 V Delux, there are:
    2x Intel SATA 6gbps
    4x Intel SATA 3gbps
    2x Marvel SATA 6gbps (specifically for RAID)

    During casing/PSU change, the OSGS guy plugged the boot SSD on Marvel from which the OS cant boot properly without a proper RAID solution as far as I can understand.
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    Glad to see you solved the issue (and posted the solution, it's always handy to have this kind of reference)

    I usually configure my rig myself. The idea of someone else doing it is a bit uncomfortable for me.

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