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Internal Graphics Card problem???

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Hello Everyone!

I have a

Lenovo ThinkStation P330 Tower, Intel Core i7 8th Gen
OS: Windows 10 Pro

I think I am having issues with the integrated “Intel UHD Graphics 630” card.

The monitor powers up and I quickly see the Lenovo logo followed by the Acer monitor logo and then I lose the signal of the display. Even when I switch the cable from one DisplayPort to the other.

I got a new monitor cable to test, but I am still the same problem (VGA to DisplayPort). The monitor has a VGA connection and the computer has 2 DisplayPorts.

I also replaced the internal battery in the computer and checked the cards, ram, and connections to make sure everything is tight and not loose.

This is why I think it’s the “Intel UHD Graphics 630” causing the problem.

  1. Since the motherboard has two empty slots, is it possible to install another GPU card and bypass the integrated one? Since the display loses the signal to the computer, will windows automatically switch to the new Graphics Card and display on the monitor?
  2. What are my options? Which GPU cards would be good to look into for this computer? I do have 64GB for ram. It would be nice to be able to have a better graphics card on this computer for video editing.


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