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No Signal on Monitor on Bios/Boot Screen

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Hello everyone. New to the forums but a long time reader. Hope anyone can assist me with this ANNOYING issue I'm having.
I recently bought a XFX QICK 319 Black RX 6700 XT Graphics Card. Problem I'm having is that the monitor (Dell SE2717H) has
no signal when posting, only when windows starts loading the signal comes back, so obviously i can't access the bios and
updating drivers is also going to be an issue, especially with a clean install. If i connect my pc to my 4k Samsung TV it has no issues,
i can enter the bios, also tested it with an old 24" 1080p TV that also worked, that's with the same hdmi cable. Also tested with a
Display Port to Hdmi cable, no luck there as well. So with the tv connected i disabled CSM, changed PCI-E to first boot device
and still nothing. I've seen quite a few posts like this but none of those solutions worked for me. Games play excellent and the
card is stable, no other issues. Never encountered an annoying issue like this before. Don't know if re flashing the vbios would help.
I know i have an old system, will be upgrading soon, lol. Any help would be appreciated.

System Specs.

MOTHERBOARD: ASUS H97M-E (LASTEST BIOS)

PROCESSOR: INTEL i7-4790

CPU COOLER: COOLERMASTER HYPER 212 TURBO

GRAPHICS CARD: XFX QICK 319 BLACK RX 6700 XT

GRAPHICS DRIVER: 23.4.2

MONITOR: DELL SE2717H HDMI/VGA (1920X1080)

MEMORY: G-SKILL ARES 2X8GB DDR3 1600MHZ

SSD: SAMSUNG 850 EVO 250GB (OS)

HDD: SEAGATE BARRACUDA 2TB​

OPERATING SYSTEM: WINDOWS 10 PRO 64-BIT

POWER SUPPLY: CORSAIR CX750M (2021 EDITION)
 

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The issue is the monitor itself, EDID tables are mucked up.
 
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Hi, thank you for the reply, according to xfx the cards bios is up to date and that the monitor is just incompatible, same what you're saying. So yeah just gonna have to deal with it, my monitor just seems to be just straight up incompatible with the card. Thank you for the help, appreciate it, will use those links for future reference ;)
 
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Did you have the same issue with your previous graphics card?
Also, oftentimes you can still get into the BIOS even though the display is black on boot. Had this happen on different hardware with a Dell monitor. Give it some time while repeatedly striking the Del key.
 
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Hi, yes i can go into bios, but still no signal to monitor, it refuses to display a signal at post or in bios or boot menu pressing f8. Forgot to mention that my previous card rx 470 red devil gave me that message from time to time, one in every 12 boots or so, never really thought much about it. Have seen posts with similar issues using this monitor.
 
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