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The saga continues:

Removed the GTX 295 and installed one of my 980Tis. No video. Nothing. Card powers up, fans spin, lights are on, but no video from any output. There's a 1010 OCZ PS in there so it should clearly be enough.

Now I'm stumped.

I'm going to have to take the tower back home and work on it in my spare time. I have that Rosewill 500w PS- I'll try that next.

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The saga continues:

Removed the GTX 295 and installed one of my 980Tis. No video. Nothing. Card powers up, fans spin, lights are on, but no video from any output. There's a 1010 OCZ PS in there so it should clearly be enough.

Now I'm stumped.

I'm going to have to take the tower back home and work on it in my spare time. I have that Rosewill 500w PS- I'll try that next.
Can you test the PSU? I would definitely do that but if you have another PSU then that will also work. Consequently I know a few people that will not purchase OCZ anything and will tell others to stay away....
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Put the 295 back in, same problem. No video. Cleared the CMOS, no difference. Reseated all RAM, cards, etc. The same.

I don't understand why removing 1 card would matter?

Next thing is swapping out PS but I doubt it will matter. As I recall, this board has always been problematic at best.
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Put the 295 back in, same problem. No video. Cleared the CMOS, no difference. Reseated all RAM, cards, etc. The same.

I don't understand why removing 1 card would matter?

Next thing is swapping out PS but I doubt it will matter. As I recall, this board has always been problematic at best.
I would have tested the PSU at the start. With the PSU being OCZ I would be suspicious.

I really never thought it was the RAM or had anything to do with the BIOS and only had a small inclination it might be the video card. If it is not your PSU then it looks to be a MB issue.

Check the PCIe slots where you plug in your video card and make sure it is not loose or damaged. You can also try a different PCIe slot and see if it works that way.

You mention the board being problematic at best, what do you mean? What other problems have you had with your board?
The issues you had may point to what is going on now if it is not your PSU.
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I would have tested the PSU at the start. With the PSU being OCZ I would be suspicious.

I really never thought it was the RAM or had anything to do with the BIOS and only had a small inclination it might be the video card. If it is not your PSU then it looks to be a MB issue.

Check the PCIe slots where you plug in your video card and make sure it is not loose or damaged. You can also try a different PCIe slot and see if it works that way.

You mention the board being problematic at best, what do you mean? What other problems have you had with your board?
The issues you had may point to what is going on now if it is not your PSU.

I don't really remember, it's been so long since I've used it regularly. I just remember having problems with it.

I tried putting the videocard in the 2nd PCI-E slot, still doesn't work. I'll swap out the power supply tomorrow.
post #3396 of 3402
Put in a new Antec 1300w PSU I had lying around. Now posts, no problem.

Only thing is I'm having the same problems with Win10 I was having before. Randomly the PC goes to a black screen (especially when playing videos) and requires a hard reset. I'm not sure if this is a Win10 issue with the motherboard, or it's the videocard. This is a clean install so I'm not sure what's going on. During the freeze my hard drive is still being accessed, although I have no sound (when playing video).

Next thing I'll put a 980Ti in there. If it still happens I'm truly stumped.

I'm beginning to think Win10 just won't play nice with this motherboard.

My last option would be to fall back to Win7 and see what happens.

I also noticed it installed in Legacy mode. The P5N-D does not support UEFI, correct?

Edit- Progress I think. I installed the 980Ti, updated drivers and let a video stream run. As usual, the screen went black randomnly (can't wake, even though all power saving settings are off) but this time I could still hear sound, and it appears everything else was still working (hard drive being accessed, etc).

Next step would be to reinstall Win10. I think I installed off a IDE drive. This time I'll install off a UEFI USB drive and see what happens.
Edited by Wag - 6/20/16 at 12:42pm
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Put in a new Antec 1300w PSU I had lying around. Now posts, no problem.

Only thing is I'm having the same problems with Win10 I was having before. Randomly the PC goes to a black screen (especially when playing videos) and requires a hard reset. I'm not sure if this is a Win10 issue with the motherboard, or it's the videocard. This is a clean install so I'm not sure what's going on. During the freeze my hard drive is still being accessed, although I have no sound (when playing video).

Next thing I'll put a 980Ti in there. If it still happens I'm truly stumped.

I'm beginning to think Win10 just won't play nice with this motherboard.

My last option would be to fall back to Win7 and see what happens.

I also noticed it installed in Legacy mode. The P5N-D does not support UEFI, correct?

Edit- Progress I think. I installed the 980Ti, updated drivers and let a video stream run. As usual, the screen went black randomnly (can't wake, even though all power saving settings are off) but this time I could still hear sound, and it appears everything else was still working (hard drive being accessed, etc).

Next step would be to reinstall Win10. I think I installed off a IDE drive. This time I'll install off a UEFI USB drive and see what happens.

This board should be fine with windows 10 but I only ran it with windows 7. When I built this newer PC I upgraded to 8.1 and then 10 when it came out. and I have not had any real problems since.

Have you checked the error logs? Sometimes the errors just before the screen going black can help lead you to a solution.
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OK, more progress. Ran streaming video on 980Ti for over 12hrs with no problems, no lock-ups. I wiped the drivers using DDU, reinstalled the GTX 295 and latest Win10 drivers in safe mode. Everything seems OK so far. I put back in the OCZ PS, but I got a Power failure error in Win10. Rebooted, seems to be OK, streamed for a few hours, now overclocking @ 3.4GHz again, seems good. I'll probably do the pencil mod for added stability.

If it starts locking/powering down again I will try another PS.

There seem to be a few issues going on. I'm narrowing them down.

Apparently the board doesn't support a UEFI install- when I try to install Win10 off a UEFI created RUFUS USB drive all I get is a flashing cursor. So Legacy mode it is.
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OK, more progress. Ran streaming video on 980Ti for over 12hrs with no problems, no lock-ups. I wiped the drivers using DDU, reinstalled the GTX 295 and latest Win10 drivers in safe mode. Everything seems OK so far. I put back in the OCZ PS, but I got a Power failure error in Win10. Rebooted, seems to be OK, streamed for a few hours, now overclocking @ 3.4GHz again, seems good. I'll probably do the pencil mod for added stability.

If it starts locking/powering down again I will try another PS.

There seem to be a few issues going on. I'm narrowing them down.

Apparently the board doesn't support a UEFI install- when I try to install Win10 off a UEFI created RUFUS USB drive all I get is a flashing cursor. So Legacy mode it is.
Good to see you are getting it figured out.
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I suspect the Nvidia Win10 drivers are the culprit. I read of someone else with an older Nvidia card who was having similar problems.
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