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i7 6700k HD530 problem

post #1 of 4
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Hello,

First, i'm sorry if this is the wrong section. I just though i could post it Intel section since its a processor related issue.

Just finished my build without a VGA at last saturday. Everything okay and running fine without issues. Today when i turned on this problem on video was happening. Already removed memory sticks and tried running with only 1, removed cooler and processor and installed again, graphics drivers, etc...

The problem: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gVE0lXDi5p0

I dont think its bent pins since it started working fine. Just don't know what else to try.

Specs:

ASUS Maximus Hero VIII
Skylake i7 6700k
Corsair H110i GT
2x 8Gb Kingston HyperX Fury 2666Mhz
EVGA P2 1000w

Thanks in advance smile.gif
post #2 of 4
I am sorry I am at work and wont be able to watch the youtube video however there is a few things I would like to suggest that might be able to help you fix the issue. you didn't mention you were overclocking the system, however if you are I would suggest that you reset the motherboard to bios default configuration. I would also suggest that you make sure you have the latest intel hd driver installed.

I hope this helps, good luck. thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by Boyd View Post

I am sorry I am at work and wont be able to watch the youtube video however there is a few things I would like to suggest that might be able to help you fix the issue. you didn't mention you were overclocking the system, however if you are I would suggest that you reset the motherboard to bios default configuration. I would also suggest that you make sure you have the latest intel hd driver installed.

I hope this helps, good luck. thumb.gif

Hey Boyd,

Its not overclocked yet, everything is stock. Already did a clear cmos and installed the most recent drivers for the HD530. Next step is to swap monitor and see if it is a monitor issue.

Thanks for the help smile.gif
post #4 of 4
Yes for sure, you can try to switch the monitors around to check if its a monitor issue. I would also suggest that you make sure that the cables are all firmly connected to their ports and none are loose. let us know if you managed to fix your issue.

Thanks, GL
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