Question New cpu no signal

Jan 6, 2020
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Having the same problem as I've posted before but now a new cpu and still same problem...

I've recently upgraded a dual core cpu (g3220) originally to an i5 4440. At first startup it worked for a few hours then began giving me no signal to the monitor and the problems been happening since. Sometimes it works for a few minutes until no signal. I've reset the cmos, updated the bios to f5, wondering if I should have done the f4 update but I assumed f5 would have the f4 updates aswell?? The f4 update was for 4th gen support and f5 for microcode or something. I thought it was a faulty cpu so bought an i5 4570 but still the same problem so it must be the 4th gen cpu. My specs are..

Gigabyte h81m d2v
I5 4570
16gb corsair ram (new)
7850hd
600w corsair psu

I've unplugged the dvd drive as I don't use it thinking there wasn't enough power supplied, is the psu enough for the system?

Tia
 
Jan 6, 2020
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have you tried to go with only onboard intel HD with 7850HD removed and the new processor?
No not yet, that was going to be my next thing to try when I get a vga cable,although I did manage to disable the the cpu graphics on the 4440 in bios but still losing signal
 
Jun 29, 2019
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just to make sure that the problem is not coming from your 7850HD

and if your 16Gb RAM is 2x8Gb, it's also a good idea to try to run the PC with only one piece of RAM. Any spec information for your RAM? Like what kind of Corsair or the clock speed?
 
Jan 6, 2020
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you said that your RAM is also new, that's why I was asking for it's spec. Did you upgrade your RAM along with the CPU?
The ram is vengeance Pro series (CMY16GX3M2A1600C9R) 2x8gb 1600 mhz even tho the bios shows it up as 1333mhz for some reason. The ram was initially installed with the dual core cpu with no problems, the i5's came shortly after.
 

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