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05-09-2022 07:43 AM - last edited on 05-09-2022 07:50 AM by MarcusC
HP OMEN Gaming Desktop PC GT12-1005na with Ryzen 5600G 16GB RAM, Nvidia RTX 3060Ti 8GB. I want to take the 3060ti out of it and give the computer to my nephew to use for school and game with, as the 5600g has an integrated gpu and is fine for the games he will play.
But I noticed the motherboard has no display port or hdmi.
Form factor: Micro ATX: 24.0 x 24.0 cm (9.45 x 9.45 in)
Memory sockets: 4 x DDR4 (288-pin)
Processor socket: AM4
One PCI Express 4.0 x16 lanes
One PCI Express 3.0 x1 lanes
One M.2 socket 1, key A
Two M.2 sockets 3, key M (one for SSD card PCIe x4 Gen 3)
Will this desktop work without the 3060ti and recognise the 5600g without it and can you use a usb hub connect to a monitor ?? Not an expert on computers, just casual. Interested in anyone with experience dealing with HP branded products or already faced this issue. Thanks for any help or information received on what to do.
05-09-2022 09:58 AM - edited 05-09-2022 10:28 AM
According to your motherboards specs, https://support.hp.com/us-en/document/c07616043, it states, quote: "The Hana motherboard does not support integrated graphics."
I looked at your PC's I/O port options, and noticed that you have one USB 3.2 Gen 1 and one USB 3.2 Gen 2 Type-C port. That means that if your desktop supports "DisplayPort Alternate Mode" over USB-C then you should be able to connect it to a "Display Port USB C dock/hub" or a USB-C to DisplayPort cable -that is, if any of these USB-C ports show either the Lightning Symbol (Thunderbolt 3) or the "D" (DisplayPort) symbol next to your USB-C port. Only then is a USB-C port capable to pass on a video signal and thus connect a monitor.
However, if your USB-C port(s) shows a SuperSpeed (SS) symbol, then it does not support DisplayPort alt mode, and thus there is no video signal transmission capability.
I certainly welcome other HP User's feedback on this. Maybe somebody has figured out a way to access the AMD's integrated graphics.
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