Originally Posted by TigerDS
Can anyone please tell me which type of display port can be used on a Sabertooth Z77.
I've been trying to connect with a DVI displayport connector, but I don't seem to get any image...
I'm trying to remove my old Videocard, as I think it's not fitted for Virtu MVP.
Therefor I was thinking of using the onboard video adapter. (if there is any)
My current setup is :
MB : Asus Sabertooth Z77
CPU : Intel Core I7 3770K
Cooler : Corsair H60
Video : Nvidea GTX260
MEM : Corsair 2x4GB, DDR3, PC12800, CL8, Vengeance
BTW, where can I find any overclock templates? I've noticed you can import and export them in the BIOS.
Originally Posted by Hanoverfist
I would not install virtu MVP at this time is still far from stable with an ivy bridge and discrete graphics. Disable any feature to use your onboard cpu graphics and just run that gtx 260. Unless you want to just use your 3770k graphics. Your discrete card does not look supported by virtu mvp. Page 5-12 in manual.
sorry i didnt read that to well. pg 2-39 hdmi or display port.. And your Monitor is?
I had this same issue a week ago also in addition to doing the things hanoverfist and I recommended, make sure that you have the most current drivers from Nvidia. Just remember if you think you changed around to many settings in the bios you can reset them to the default settings with the press of one of the F keys....bottom right hand corner of the bios will tell you which F key does what. And in the very worst scenario a fresh start usually does the trick by resetting the cmos (worst case).important question:
Is the system booting past the mobo logo screens and getting the windows logo screen then going black, and then your monitor says "no signal" or "no input"???? Also in many cases for me the computers hardware would turn on but no video output....sometimes it took 5x of turning the psu off then on to receive video output. I had this issue. I replaced my mobo with a new one....it fixed the problem!! However i had other problems that flagged my previous mobo as defective.