• Creator
  • #2144450

    Broken component – CPU or Graphics Card

    by noritake72 ·


    My PC has suddenly not outputting anything to my monitors. As soon as I pres the power button, both monitors I have go straight to power saving mode. At first, I thought it was the graphics card, so I took it out, cleaned it, reinserted it but no joy (I do get the green light on the card). I also tried connecting one monitor straight into the motherboard but to no avail. So, now I’m thinking it’s the CPU. It’s an Intel Pentium G3258 overclocked to 4.4GHz. If that was broken, then that would make sense why I have this problem.

    Any advice would be greatly appreciated

You are posting a reply to: Broken component – CPU or Graphics Card

The posting of advertisements, profanity, or personal attacks is prohibited. Please refer to our Community FAQs for details. All submitted content is subject to our Terms of Use.

All Answers

  • Author
    • #2423494

      Re: Broken component – CPU or Graphics Card

      by billyfeltrop ·

      In reply to Broken component – CPU or Graphics Card

      Dear @noritake72
      As per your concern, there are many reason that your PC is not outputting, it can be your PC Memory (RAM) or may be the power supply is not working properly.
      I will suggest you to remove your PC RAM to the slots, clean or remove dust and then again place.
      Also check your power supply that is working or not, if not working then remove connectors/cables to the motherboard.

Viewing 0 reply threads