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    Unhappy GIGABYTE GA-Z87x0UD4H not working

    Hello everyone, i have recontly bought all the components to put together my first gaming rig.

    My Build:
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    Video Card: EVGA 04G-P4-2766-KR GeForce GTX 760 Newegg.com - EVGA 04G-P4-2766-KR GeForce GTX 760 4GB 256-bit GDDR5 PCI Express 3.0 SLI Support Video Card

    Currently i have everything put together in the case, When i boot up my machine everything sounds like its working fine, case fans are spinning heatsink is working fine, lights on the mother board are on and the Debug LED is changing numbers while the computer turns on. Only problem is that i dont get anything for a display on my monitor. Not a lit blank screen or anything, it just looks like its unplugged.

    the Debug LED displays a long sequence of codes that i filmed and recorded as follows: 19, 15, 36, 4F, 60, 61, 99, 71, 9A, 96, 62, 99, 9C, ... without any hesitation between these two steps there is a beep ((post beep?)) that comes from the mic i have pluged in) ... 64, 88, 99, A8, A9,...then comes something that i think is "Ad" or what looks like a lowercase D. Cant find anything in the manual that helps with it.

    Anyone have any idea what this may be

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE GA-Z87x0UD4H not working

    ok have you tried without the graphic card installed? plug the monitors display cable into the motherboard and see if you get a picture

    I think its A0 code on the led clock which means A0k (everythings fine)

    you might need the latest bios to support the gtx 760 hence trying with onboard graphics first
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE GA-Z87x0UD4H not working

    This happens some times. Rather than removing the graphics cards, I would just plug the monitor into the motherboard as wazza said. You may have to clear cmos, but eventually you will (or should) get something on your monitor. It may require rebooting several times, and on each boot I would hit DEL so that it will go into the BIOS. If not turn the psu off and start over again.
    If you get that working get into the bios and make sure graphics are set on Auto, then shut down and plug your monitor into your gpu.

    My recent Z87 I went through the same thing. Hang in, eventually you'll get it going.
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE GA-Z87x0UD4H not working

    I remember having similar issues when I first got my mobo I wud recommend taking power lead out of psu waiting 10+ secs then plug back in (before plugging back in press power switch few times to discharge any left over current) when you do get into bios check the version and if its old flash to latest.
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    Default Re: GIGABYTE GA-Z87x0UD4H not working

    With my new motherboard, Z87X-UD3H, I had to go into the BIOS and set the video card as the primary adapter. Otherwise it boots to the on-board video. irfs is right just connect the monitor to the on-board graphics and then when you get into the BIOS tweak it to use the card as the primary device. Everything should be fine at that point.

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    Default Re: GIGABYTE GA-Z87x0UD4H not working

    From another thread (by me):
    Update to latest BIOS F6 without video card.Connect video output from board itself.
    Once you updated,plug your video card.

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