ATI Radeon HD 5570 blank screen

By hikari920303
Sep 19, 2011
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  1. My desktop:
    motherboard : gigabyte ma77ot-ud3
    amd phenom (tm) II x4 955 processor 3.20ghz
    ram : kingstone 2gb ddr2 x2
    power supply : coolmaster rs-460-pcar-d3
    windows : win7 x64

    currently having problem with :
    grapic card : gigabyte ati radeon hd 5570

    my pc runs fine for 1 year without any changes (i mean changes in hardware / driver).
    however tis morning, i power on my pc, my monitor shows no signal
    i tried both vga and dvi cable but still same results.
    Yet, although there is no signal, my pc still can login into windows (knew as window boot up sound)
    I removed my ati grapic and use on-board grapic (ati radeon 4200), monitor hav signal.
  2. Tmagic650

    Tmagic650 TS Ambassador Posts: 17,183   +225

    "I removed my ati grapic and use on-board grapic (ati radeon 4200), monitor hav signal"...
    Then the gigabyte ati radeon hd 5570 card is bad
  3. 1977TA

    1977TA TS Rookie Posts: 89

    I had something like that happen a couple of weeks ago. Completely unplugging the pc and switching DVI ports worked. Mines not a gigabyte, but the same GPU basically.
  4. hikari920303

    hikari920303 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    ner~ tis gigabyte card have already used for one year
    i hav another one with duo-core, hd4850 used for 3 years and now still using, didnt encouter any problem.
    now i jz wanna to make sure the ati 5570 card had spoiled or not, if confirm spoiled den i gonna rma it
    any ideas how to check? currently the duo-core desktop at another place :(
  5. Arris

    Arris TS Evangelist Posts: 4,521   +223

    If you have the other machine and can try the card in that you will be able to confirm that the card is bad and not some other type of problem.
  6. hikari920303

    hikari920303 TS Rookie Topic Starter

    haha currently have another 2 spoiled p4 desktop, and another 1 laptop, how test xD

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