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Pull the video card and plug your monitor into the onboard video slot.
If you see video (99% sure you will if you have the right onboard port), then try putting the video card back in and see what happens.
If it's blank with your monitor plugged into the right port (probably have DVI and HDMI on the graphics card?)
Then you've isolated your problem. ;)
 
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