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Samsung monitor is not recognising my Asus Strix 1050Ti GPU

Discussion in 'Asus UK' started by decebal_12000, 9 Oct 2017.

  1. decebal_12000

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    Hi. I have this monitor Samsung LS27E510CS and I connected to my PC through HDMI but it doesn`t come on at all. MY GPU is an Asus Strix 1050Ti and my motherboard is an Asus Maximus VIII Ranger.
    I tried to connect through DVI and also I do not have any picture from my PC. I reinstalled the WIndows 10 and I have the drivers but nothing yet.

    I connected to a different PC with an Asus 960 GPU through DVI and it works there.

    Does anyone knows why happens? I bought the monitor from someone and he claims it works on his 1060 GPU.
     
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    Will_ASUSUK New Member

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    CrapBag Well-Known Member

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    You haven't got your motherboard set to use the IGPU have you?
     
  4. decebal_12000

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    I tried different cables and ports but I had the result, no output. I did not do DDU but I reinstalled the Windows and clean install the Nvidia driver.
     
  5. decebal_12000

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    I don`t think so but I will have a look when I will go home later.
    Does it affect the output of the video signal?
     
  6. TheMadDutchDude

    TheMadDutchDude The Flying Dutchman

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    You're definitely using the GPU outputs and are not connecting it to the motherboard, right?
     
  7. decebal_12000

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    I do not use the motherboards`s HDMI to connect the monitor. I have 4 outputs on GPU and I tried all but the monitor is not detecting anything.
     
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    If you have the setting in the Uefi set to onboard only then you won't get any display from your card.

    Connection to an onboard output and check-in the bios, at least you can rule that out then.
     
  9. decebal_12000

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    I have another monitor which is working on that HDMI but this monitor has something which doen`t like on my PC.
     
  10. decebal_12000

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    I sorted. I returned the monitor as wasn`t compatible with my motherboard.
     

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