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ASRock Z77 Pro4 & 3570K video issue with new rig

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So I was building my new rig, ASRock Z77 Pro4 and a 3570K with 2 2x4GB DDR3 kits and an 128GB SSD. But when I powered up the system I was puzzled by my monitor mentioning "No DVI Signal" and figured I had the GTX 470 improperly placed. So hours later here I am... nothing I have tried has worked and I shall list my attempts below. If anyone can point out an obvious mistake I'd be grateful!

I have tried to no avail... the following actions below.

Checked RAM for for a bad stick: Failed Attempt
Removed all USB devices: Failed Attempt
Swapped DVI from output 1, 2, and onboard: Failed Attempt
Reseated GTX 470: Failed Attempt
Restated the monitor: Failed Attempt
Unplugged and replugged power to the GPU: Failed Attempt
Changed DVI Cords: Failed Attempt
Removed GTX 470 and reconected to onboard: Failed Attempt

Help?? frown.gif
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post #2 of 7
Make sure power cables are securely connected. Reseat everything including motherboard in case, CPU, etc... Could be a bad seat on the CPU or a ground issue or something. Start the computer with only one stick of RAM in the second slot away from the CPU socket.
 
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Alright, thanks for the suggestion, but I will have to try that tomorrow, have to get up early for work. :/
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post #4 of 7
I seem to be having the same problem. I too have the Z77 pro 4 with the 3570k and two 4gb sticks however the video card for mine is the GTX 560.
I have tried just about everything that you have, including a wipe and rebuild. I also tried different brand and sizes of DDR3 sticks due to the known error with some 1g sticks thinking it could be in the larger gb ones as well.
Nothing seems to have worked on my end. If I find any new ideas I will post here and if you fix yours please share the solution!
post #5 of 7
So your pc powers up, fans are spinning and leds are on?

1) Do you have motherboard speaker? Does your motherboard make any beeps?
2) Have you connected 8pin atx cable to the motherboard?
3) Can you try to boot up with different PSU?
post #6 of 7
I just completed a similar build using asrock z77 extreme4, 3570k, 128ssd, 2x4gb ram, radeon 7870. I had similar issues on first power up, lucky for me the extreme4 has Dr Debug and narrowed it down to the vga. I don't know if it was the mobo, case, or large card itself that gave me issues, but I had to reseat the card twice to boot fully. I know you did it once, but it can't hurt to try again. Also, have you tried the monitor to another source to make sure the dvi/hdmi port didn't go bad?
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Turned out the 12v power intake didn't press in all the way in my rapid attempt to assemble my new rig, lesson learned, check ALL connections. Feeling kinda stupid for that one redface.gif Okay... back to sleep... EVE... Zzzzz
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