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electroenergy88

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I have an LG LED monitor and it has a VGA output, I use an HDMI/VGA converter (image) and my PC video card is Radeon R7 360 but the problem is that sometimes there is no video without signal I used two converters of different brands and the same problem, my brother used this video card and the same problem sometimes there is no video the last time it happened I cleaned the video card with spray limp contact and the video did not return, my power supply is good Corsair CV450w

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bertus

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Hello,

How are the video settings of the videocard?
Perhaps the converter can not handle the videosettings.

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electroenergy88

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I didn't configure anything on the video card I connected it to the PC and used it but lately it didn't release video the monitor is off with no signal, this problem occurs sometimes sometimes it works ok sometimes there's no video
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Harald Kapp

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I have an LG LED monitor and it has a VGA output
That's an input, isn't it? Not an output

How are the video settings of the videocard?
I didn't configure anything on the video card I connected it to the PC and used it
Maybe no settings directly on the card, but definitely settings on the PC, e.g. resolution, refresh rate etc. These values all have to be within the specs of the monitor and are usually set using the operating systems settings.

Which monitor type/model is it? Are you 100 % certain that the VGA input is selected?
 

Harald Kapp

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Resolution of this monitor is 1366 x 768 @ 60 Hz. Any values higher than that in your (Windows, Linux) settings will not be able to display on this monitor.
 

kellys_eye

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Seems a rather pointless exercise to me. If you have a Radeon video card of that spec just get a monitor that can deal with it too. You are wasting system resources and missing out on the benefits of a matched card/monitor.

It's like buying a 4k TV and using an NTSC signal source for the content........
 
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