My PC keeps freezing and/or monitors keep going to "No Signal", help?!?!?

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So I have my PC started up for about 10 minutes and it s all working wellthen after that time my two monitors both go to no signal at the same time and I can t do anything other than hard restart my PC. When I hard restart my PC the monitors then decide to work again for another 10 minutes etc.

But NOW, my

So I have my PC started up for about 10 minutes and it s all working wellthen after that time my two monitors both go to no signal at the same time and I can t do anything other than hard restart my PC. When I hard restart my PC the monitors then decide to work again for another 10 minutes etc.

But NOW, my monitors are not turning back on at all, I m getting no signal and I don t know what to do with it anymore

What I ve tried:
• Pulling out power cord for 5 minutes then back in
• Separated plugs into power bar/extension cable
• Reinserted monitor cables into the PC
• Updated my drivers

Other answer:

Tom:
Before you go buy new monitors, consider this.
new monitors (flat panel) have plugs in the back of them for both power and signal. Make sure both of these are snugly plugged in, especially the power cable. These can come loose easily, so check there first.

===edit to add====
Most will lose one or the other, one at a time. Both going out at the same time is odd, but not unheard of. "No Signal" usually means the signal cable came loose….Unable to get power to the monitor, check the power plug…If both go out at the same time I'd look at the cable layout and how a foot might be pulling cables loose.

Starrysky:
Heat affects performance. Might have damaged video chip. That is all that can be guessed from no makes or models or connection cable types of anything.
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Laurence I:
there seems to be that issue with certain nvidia geforce cards 1060/1080 ranges, where especially when you are dealing with high refresh rates. my guess is nvidia have got it totally wrong at the moment. it may be something to do with nvidia experience and the audio driver and possibly using hdmi cables. please tell us what actual card you have, what connection cables you are using and what version of drivers you have and what Native screen resolution/refresh rates your monitors are.
Yousuf Khan:
Download the GPU Meter GPU-Z programs and see what temperatures the video card is running at.
segheir:
check the cable connection or the cable itself

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