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I meant I wasn't familiar with the card, and RST mentioned that the card should be good (unless faulty). There should be a driver on its website and it shouldn't be hard to get. Try Ivan's option right now to see if something my be interfering with your monitor. Move any electrical component that isn't part of your computer further away from your monitor, even fans and try even moving speakers (If they aren't specifically computer speakers, meaning made for computers with protective feilds that lower interferance with the monitor). Move your computer tower away from the monitor as well, to cable's length. It may be speakers if they aren't the right ones. Move every electrical item away so it can rule out interference
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