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RichardK

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  1. Thanks a lot for your reply. I did reconnect the riser cable in the pcie slot of my motherboard. however i did not remount my gpu in the riser bracket slot (as i need to drain my whole loop). So a faulty connection with riser cable/bracket to pcie slot on motherboard can cause the buzzing sound accompanied with no signal/detection of the gpu? I will try to drain my water loop and remount my gpu in the slot. Can i troubleshoot without filling my loop again?
  2. Thanks a lot for your reply. I did reconnect the riser cable in the pcie slot of my motherboard. however i did not remount my gpu in the riser bracket slot (as i need to drain my whole loop). So a faulty connection with riser cable/bracket to pcie slot on motherboard can cause the buzzing sound accompanied with no signal/detection of the gpu? I will try to drain my water loop and remount my gpu in the slot. Can i troubleshoot without filling my loop again?
  3. Hi All, I just did my first hard tubed water cooling build. I finished this yesterday and leak tested it for 3 hours no leaks at all. Yesterday I played games and there was no issue at all. I had put paper in my computer for the night to check for leaks. This morning i checked for leaks, i didn't see any leaks. However, when i started my computer this morning a weird buzzing sound came from my graphics card accompanied with no signal. My computer can boot and I have signal via the mainboard HDMI connector, but my gpu isnt detected in the device manager. I checked my bios (maximus xi) and it doesn't detect my gpu. I also tried different cables from my psu to my gpu (power leds are white), no effect. I do run the gpu via a vertical mount bracket with a riser cable (which i use for the first time), could the cable/pcie slot bracket suddenly be causing this issue? Do you guys have any tips? Thanks
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