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Old 06-23-2018, 11:01 AM   #1
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I have bought Gigabyte GTX 1050TI Windforce OC 4GB and I have installed it to Gigabyte H310M H motherboard. The problem is when I turn on the PC the Graphics card fans will start running for some seconds and automatically turn off with 5 beeps. I tried to connect HDMI to monitor but there was nothing just the black screen . I tried connecting motherboard HDMI to monitor and the issue still exists. When I removed the graphics card PC worked like a charm. Could anybody help me to solve this issue?
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First, please list your complete hardware specs to include make/model number.

Example: your mobo; Gigabyte H310 H is perfect. Just do the same with all other hardware.
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