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ATI Radeon HD 3870 problem

I am not entirely sure if this is the graphics card or the motherboard. I bought all the parts to build a new computer, I installed all the parts and booted it up. There is a power and everything is on like it is supposed to except there is no video to the monitor. I have power to the card, the fan is running. I don't know why it won't work. I just hope I don't have to have an Nvidia card to run graphics. Can anyone help? I have a 600 watt power supply, that is more than enough to run it.

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  • JNic84 Apr 15, 2008

    That's what I feared. Guess I will have to return it and get a GeForce. Thank you for the help.

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M2N-SLI works fine with ATI.. It has Nvidia chips too, so I'm not sure if GeForce is the only solution..
Check your PSU and capacitors on board just in case?

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Hate to dash your hopes, the chipset (northBridge) is Nvidia and the PCI express slots are also controlled by the Nvidia chips, the 2 pci-express are nvidia-sli supported.

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