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    New ROGer Array jwkuyser PC Specs
    jwkuyser PC Specs
    MotherboardASUS X470 Prime
    Processor3600
    Memory (part number)16gb B-Die
    Graphics Card #13070tiFE
    MonitorPG329Q
    Power SupplySeasonic Snow Silent

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ecmslee View Post
    You may need to update your GPU's DisplayPort firmware. See here:
    https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/drivers...fi-update-x64/
    Hopefully just using HDMI instead is an easier solution until I can get a newer GPU.

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    New ROGer Array jwkuyser PC Specs
    jwkuyser PC Specs
    MotherboardASUS X470 Prime
    Processor3600
    Memory (part number)16gb B-Die
    Graphics Card #13070tiFE
    MonitorPG329Q
    Power SupplySeasonic Snow Silent

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    Since then I've been lucky enough to get a 3070ti FE but the issue is still the same so I think that rules out the GPU as the problem. What sort of settings in the BIOS might affect this?

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    New ROGer Array jwkuyser PC Specs
    jwkuyser PC Specs
    MotherboardASUS X470 Prime
    Processor3600
    Memory (part number)16gb B-Die
    Graphics Card #13070tiFE
    MonitorPG329Q
    Power SupplySeasonic Snow Silent

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    Since my earlier post I've found that if I turn on the screen and immediately turn on the PC the BIOS will complain but if I wait for the screen to show 'Displayport no signal' and then turn on the PC there will be no issue and the BIOS splash screen will show and go straight into windows.

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