Solved Monitor No Display

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Sowyah

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Basically I just built my first pc and I am having an issue. I bought every part brand new from either amazon or Newegg. At first it seemed that everything was working fine until in all stopped then soon restarted on its own but with no display on the monitor. Then I took out the graphics card and put it back in my system and then display came back. But the problem did not stop happening. But now when I start my pc nothing even appears on the monitor at all but the pc seems to start with lights, turning on and fans spinning. Also the monitor works fine so that is not an issue. If anybody knows a fix that would be greatly appreciated.
List of Parts :
Corsair CX750M 750w PSU
MSI MPG Z390 Gaming Plus Motherboard
Arctic Freezer 34 eSports Duo Edition Cooler
WD Blue 1tb HD
SanDisk 480gb SSS
G Skill Ripjaw V series 16gb ram
Intel Core i5-9600k
EVGA GTX 1060 6GB SSC
NZXT H510
 

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Welcome to PCHF Sowyah.

Make sure that all of the PSU cables are securely connected, modular PSUs are a good idea but can be a pain if any cable/s are not securely attached.

You should also try reseating the RAM if you have not done so already.
 
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Welcome to PCHF Sowyah.

Make sure that all of the PSU cables are securely connected, modular PSUs are a good idea but can be a pain if any cable/s are not securely attached.

You should also try reseating the RAM if you have not done so already.
Thank you for replying it helped a lot! My or has been up and running after I unplugged the cpu power cord and reinserted my ram. Thanks for the help :)
 
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