First time poster here.
I had this card in my old PC, which had an Asus Z77 chipset in it. This mobo didn't have a UEFI interface at startup. While my card was installed in there, at post I could see the VBIOS info on screen, and after I could see the mobo's BIOS. I had Windows 10.
Now I have a new board (Asus PRIME Z590-P), but I'm still using the same graphics card because of budget considerations. Still running Windows 10.
In the old machine, when my PC was 5 minutes idle, the setting was that the screen would turn off.
In the new machine, when my PC is 5 minutes idle, the setting is the same - but the screen doesn't turn off. Instead I get the basic Windows "pre-login" screen, made up of a bunch of my background images.
I've gone through power settings, graphics settings, well-- every setting I could think of, and none of it seems to work. The only thing I'M not super-familiar with is the UEFI settings relative to an add-on video card or its power management. I currently have Nvidia Experience and latest drivers running. Both monitors are connected via DVI (yes, older monitors, but everything worked before).
Can anyone tell me if there are things I should be looking at? I really need these screens to shut down.
Thanks in advance.