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    As the title says . My monitor shows No signal after I boot up my pc . It worked fine last night . But today morning When i booted up the PC this problem occurred . But my pc starts fine . as my gadget shows I have a 7870 GHZ OC and a ASUS ML239H . If i restart the pc again it works . I don't know what's the cause of it . I googled but didn't understand a bit . So if you could explain it to me in plain English it will be much appreciated

    Tagging the PC experts . @Vanguard @aayman @sensei @redwan hasan

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    Probably an issue with the GPU POST if it works from the second boot onwards.

    Stress it for a few hours, see what happens.

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    what psu you are using with the setup? it can be for dust either, clean up inside the casing and the pci slot

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    Quote Originally Posted by HAWX View Post
    As the title says . My monitor shows No signal after I boot up my pc . It worked fine last night . But today morning When i booted up the PC this problem occurred . But my pc starts fine . as my gadget shows I have a 7870 GHZ OC and a ASUS ML239H . If i restart the pc again it works . I don't know what's the cause of it . I googled but didn't understand a bit . So if you could explain it to me in plain English it will be much appreciated

    Tagging the PC experts . @Vanguard @aayman @sensei @redwan hasan
    Remove the GPU from PCI slot, clean the pins of GPU by a rubber and connect it again, hope it works.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sensei View Post
    what psu you are using with the setup? it can be for dust either, clean up inside the casing and the pci slot
    Tt smart se 530w
    @Codex playing AC IV at high with msaa 2x for three hours no problem. @Ghost Riley will do

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    ok now the problem didn't occur . Let's see how long i can run games with out that problem .

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