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I have a 3 week old Asus EAH 5870 v2 1Gb graphics card that just stopped showing up on any monitor in the dvi , hdmi or vga. no signal . But the fan spins at probably full speed. that is what i noticed first when I booted. I could see the hdd lights but the monitor did not see any signal. I put a 4670 in the slot and no problem. I had no problem before. It was virtually new as are all the other components. PSU is new and ample power and a top brand. I am wondering how to get it resolved?

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  • johnniedoo Jul 28, 2010

    I did that first thing. still no signal from the 5870. On my gigabyte board 890FXA UD5, I can do that from the board. I am unable to get in so the button on the board is supposed to be for this type of situation. Unfortunately, it did not make any difference. I took a couple of hours trying different monitors with the different ports on the 5870 so tested the hdmi, dvi and vga to 2 monitors, new as well. samsung 2430 and samsung T260HD and neither got a signal from the 5870 board but did ,no problem with my 4670. it had no problem on either monitor and using the same pcie slot. only thing is i cant test the PSU because the 4670 doesnt need the power and the antec 750 only has the built in 6+2 and 6 plug ; the mod plugs are both only 6. so dont know what else to do. i wish the cmos fix worked. I only get a fast fan from the card, the hdd lights and keyboard lights as to other usb things like wifi adapter starts to send , the leds blink anyway.

    thanks anyway

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Reset ur CMOS will fix ur problem

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