SajinDoesn’t sound like a big issue to me as you can just boot into the bios via windows...https://www.windowscentra...ios-windows-10-pcs?amp
kram36Plug your DP back into the motherboard, go into your bios, then into the CPU Configuration, then under the Graphics Configuration, Primary Display set to PEG, save and exit. Then switch the cables back around. Page 45 https://dlcdnets.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/LGA1200/ROG_STRIX_Z490-E_GAMING/E16887_ROG_STRIX_Z490-E_BIOS_manual_EM_WEB.pdf
tecmo34kram36Plug your DP back into the motherboard, go into your bios, then into the CPU Configuration, then under the Graphics Configuration, Primary Display set to PEG, save and exit. Then switch the cables back around. Page 45 https://dlcdnets.asus.com/pub/ASUS/mb/LGA1200/ROG_STRIX_Z490-E_GAMING/E16887_ROG_STRIX_Z490-E_BIOS_manual_EM_WEB.pdfTried that and still the same thing... the screens stays black then the Windows log in screen comes up, not BIOS screen. The VGA light still on the motherboard. When I was in the BIOS, I attached the second DP cable to the GPU, as I wasn't fast enough to do save and exit, disconnect from iGPU and install in card, so I just took out the DP cable when it shutdown. Additional thoughts?
kram36Disable the iGPU.
tecmo34kram36Disable the iGPU.It is already disabled in the control panel? You mean in the BIOS / where would that be? I tried the tips in this post.. https://forums.evga.com/RTX-3080-TI-FTW-ULTRA-Cant-see-BIOS-post-screen-w-DP-port-m3410892.aspx with enabling CSM, which worked for the VGA light but lost Re-Size Bar support and ability to update the VBIOS in Precision X1. I think it is more of a VBIOS issue to this point, as I read more and more people having similar issues with DP cables on the 3080 Ti.