Question PC fans spinning , all parts connected but no hdmi signal

OrdJk

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I have had this problem for a few months.
At first I tried everything I knew and nothing worked
I purchased a nvme SSD and a new motherboard and there was still no hdmi signal.

Its between the PSU and the monitor I think.

If you have any suggestions/advice be sure to reply to this
 

OrdJk

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I have not tried using a different monitor because my other one only takes VGA and my gpu doesn't have a VGA slot
 
Make sure you've installed your RAM sticks in the right place. I've had this issue and switching sticks fixed this
Oh ok I will try this out , thanks
just check your motherboard user manual to be absolutely sure how it may need to be placed.
most boards want a 2 module set in DIMM slots 2 & 4.

are all cables installed and seated correctly;
8pin CPU power to the motherboard, PCIe 8/6pin(s) to the GPU?

make sure m.2 & SATA ports aren't conflicting causing your OS drive to be disabled.
and make sure you have NVMe m.2 in a proper m.2 slot;
some only support NVMe m.2 drives, some only support SATA m.2 drives. refer to motherboard manual.
 
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OrdJk

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just check your motherboard user manual to be absolutely sure how it may need to be placed.
most boards want a 2 module set in DIMM slots 2 & 4.

are all cables installed and seated correctly;
8pin CPU power to the motherboard, PCIe 8/6pin(s) to the GPU?

make sure m.2 & SATA ports aren't conflicting causing your OS drive to be disabled.
and make sure you have NVMe m.2 in a proper m.2 slot;
some only support NVMe m.2 drives, some only support SATA m.2 drives. refer to motherboard manual.
I have looked at my motherboard manual and my ram sticks were already placed in the correct dim 2 & 4 slots

How do I check if my Os drive is conflicting if nothing shows up on my monitor ?

I put my nvme drive in the correct slot ( M.2_1)
 
How do I check if my Os drive is conflicting if nothing shows up on my monitor ?
this would be listed in your motherboard manual;
if your are using SATA ports that could possibly disable m.2 slots.
or if you have a NVMe m.2 and are trying to use it in a SATA m.2 slot.

I put my nvme drive in the correct slot ( M.2_1)
if you are sure about the type of m.2 the slot supports than this isn't an issue.
 
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