Nvidia & Windows Conflict

To start I have a computer that was purely my gaming PC. Left one day and came back to a screen saying no signal. Tried to troubleshoot it with Nvidia and they ended up referring me to Cyberpower which is who I bought it from. No help there either. Computer has a Titan X, Intel Core i7-4790 CPU at 3.60GHz and 16GB RAM. Removed the graphics card and tested the monitor, HDMI cable and settings with onboard graphics card and it works perfect, but with its limitations I couldn't game. Got a new PC with a 1080 in it, intel core i7-7820 CPU @2.90GHz and 32GB RAM. Tried hooking up the monitor to it fresh out of the box and same thing happens. Works for 15 to 30 seconds and then it falls back to No Signal. Is there a setting I am missing?? Please Help.
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  1. It might be that your Windows 10 version is conflicting with the Display drivers. Update your windows version to the latest one if you haven't, do the same for your GeForce drivers. Then see what happens.
  2. Techron said:
    It might be that your Windows 10 version is conflicting with the Display drivers. Update your windows version to the latest one if you haven't, do the same for your GeForce drivers. Then see what happens.


    I tried that and got the same problem, however there is an issue on the reboot. It reboots but gets hung up on the windows display and doesn't finish uploading and by association the updates I assume.
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