If you have a new problem and folk can't see your PC or you don't have a complete PC then all answers may seem to be incorrect.
Looking at your post I don't see a PC with enough parts to function yet. A motherboard and power supply is not enough and some boards arrive with the setup in reset which only means it will do as you report.
You bring up a good point. Do you believe that parts suppliers and makers owe us much more? That is, because you bought the parts they should fix the machine?
I recently have begun building my first gaming/recording computer. I have done the majority of my research, but can only find people with answers that don't seem to work. I will try to explain best I can.
The graphics card I am running is a Nvidia 780. I go to connect the DVI dual link (as instructed) and start up the computer. Everything INSIDE the computer seems to be running fine. The graphics card comes on, and the fans start up, and the cooling system turns on. But then when I go to turn on the monitor, which is in the title, it gives me a message saying "No Signal Found"
I am using an ASUS Rampage IV Extreme x79 motherboard.
Things to note:
* There is no operating system installed yet. Mostly due to...
* There is no CD reader in yet.
However I still believe I should be getting some kind of response from the monitor.
What I have tried:
*Using the HDMI cable instead, even though I shouldn't have to.
*Unplugging and replugging.
*Moving my graphics card to a different slot on the motherboard.
*Testing the monitors with VGA cable and my laptop. Worked fine. But laptop doesnt have a DVI port for me to test.
So what am I doing wrong, is it a rookie mistake or is something not compatible?