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Hi,
For the first part of original post it sounds like a monitor issue to me, you have had problems with other cards, have all these problems persisted with your Dell ST2310 only?

I think that without the drivers the pc must output a signal/res that the monitor cant support over hdmi, hence the reason why it works over vga.
I would try another monitor/hdtv if you can to see if that fixes your issue.

But then i see you saying there is no power and pc does'nt boot up, no explinations for this sorry.
Edited by OcSlave - 8/1/11 at 5:14am
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Originally Posted by notafinger! View Post
What about the other 6870? You said you had 2. Can you get a signal out of it?

Why would there be a restocking fee to exchange a DOA graphics card?
Can't get a signal from either, I'm willing to bet one is DOA but 2? I have hard time believing that. `
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Originally Posted by OcSlave View Post
Hi,
For the first part of original post it sounds like a monitor issue to me, you have had problems with other cards, have all these problems persisted with your Dell ST2310 only?

I think that without the drivers the pc must output a signal/res that the monitor cant support over hdmi, hence the reason why it works over vga.
I would try another monitor/hdtv if you can to see if that fixes your issue.

But then i see you saying there is no power and pc does'nt boot up, no explinations for this sorry.
Yes, they've always persisted with my Dell. I've tried another monitor and I can't get it to post either. My thing is that it will power up but no boot. I'm trying to figure out what exact 1 short, 2 long beeps mean for this MB.
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Can't get a signal from either, I'm willing to bet one is DOA but 2? I have hard time believing that. `
No way both are DOA. I think you need to replace the board. It sounds a little like the problem I was having with my gigabyte board. Could not get a signal out of any PCI-e slot unless I removed the battery and all power to the system. Ended up doing an RMA on the board for what I think was a damaged or corrupt CMOS.
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No way both are DOA. I think you need to replace the board. It sounds a little like the problem I was having with my gigabyte board. Could not get a signal out of any PCI-e slot unless I removed the battery and all power to the system. Ended up doing an RMA on the board for what I think was a damaged or corrupt CMOS.
Yeah I did this pretty much. I discovered this thing is shot. Exchanged my 2500k while I was at it to make sure.
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