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Zotac Gtx 1050 TI OC Displaying No signal

I bouught a new Zotac Gtx 1050 ti oc....... I had an upgrade from my old gt-610 .... which was running fine.... but this new gpu is displaying no signal.... tried everything.... unistalling old graphics driver..... fast boot off from bios.... i have a pcie 2.0 slot only on my mobo.... my psu is 450 watt processor i3 2120 3.3ghz....... have a vga monitor.....tried fitting the gpu tightly.... Nothing is working..... Also Gpu fan is working and i can use my Monitor from my mobo display output
I saved for 8 months for this card and now its not even working. ....
One more is that my BIOS doesnt have any PCI option... Neither any graphic related option
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  1. And what exactly is your mobo?

    Full system specs needed.
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  2. Kasper Jorgensen said:
    And what exactly is your mobo?

    Full system specs needed.
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  3. Sir Its an American Megatrends MoBo.... Lga 1150.... Windows 8.1 32bit... 4gb ddr3... Pcie 2.0....
    Psu - Zebronics 450 watt....
    Cpu-i3 2120 3.3ghz~
    It only have One pcie slot..... Also BIOS is not showing Any Options For GPU.... And My Device manager is not showing Intel Integrated graphics....
    I earlier had A GT 610.... Its still working fine
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  4. After I Plug In the New GPU... gpu fan are running.... But no signal is displayed.. But i can use the pc by connecting vga to mobo... Also It doesnt need any External Power Supply.... Just from pcie..... Also its a 75w pcie 3 card.... ..
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  5. Sir Also Howcome a MoBo output is working after plugging in a GPU
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  6. American Megatrends are the BIOS not the mobo. Which brand and model are your mobo?
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  7. Kasper Jorgensen said:
    American Megatrends are the BIOS not the mobo. Which brand and model are your mobo?


    ECS sir
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  8. The full brand and model of the mobo is needed. Just ECS doesn't tell anything.

    Your PSU can only deliver 15A on the 12v rail. That may not be enough, specially considering it's a very crappy low quality unit and it is very likely it cannot even output the promised wattage and current.
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  9. Kasper Jorgensen said:
    The full brand and model of the mobo is needed. Just ECS doesn't tell anything.

    Your PSU can only deliver 15A on the 12v rail. That may not be enough, specially considering it's a very crappy low quality unit and it is very likely it cannot even output the promised wattage and current.


    Yes sir... I Know its crappy build
    .... Back Then I knew nothing about pc and the shop owner used cheap parts to get a high Profit in my pc.... So sir i am upgrading part by part , the MoBo Is ECS H61H2-MV (SOCKET 0)
    I dont know much about these things i am still learning.... Thank for being Responsive,Sir
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  10. Your motherboard do support that GPU, so there are only 2 things to be wrong here..

    -Your GPU is faulty
    -Your PSU cannot handle that card.
    -Also try to update BIOS to latest version if not already.
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  11. Sir The Gpu fans run... Does this indicate gpu not being dead
    Also after plugging gpu how can the MoBo Output is Working
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  12. That the GPU fans run, doesn't tell much.
    The mobo output is using the onboard GPU and not your GTX 1050 TI.
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  13. Sir Can You Guide me How to Update My BIOS
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  14. My BIOS Last Update shows 11/27/2013
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  15. Its 4 year old almost
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  16. Best answer
    Go to motherboard manufacture website and download latest BIOS for your exact motherboard. Unpack that to a USB stick and then boot your computer into BIOS and update from there.
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  17. Nope i'm not.
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