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RX 480 not outputting

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Posted · Original PosterOP

So my RX480 has stopped outputting. The fans spin up initially but then turn off immediately afterwards. CPU and case fans all stay powered on. I've tried reseating it multiple times and making sure the 8 pin power cable is plugged in properly but it hasn't changed anything. My CPU is the R5 2600 so I can't boot from integratee graphics to check the BIOS or anything like that. Not sure what else there is I can do, any help is much appreciated

 

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Did it work before? or is it a new card?


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51 minutes ago, feartheNightFury said:

Was working perfectly up until I tuned the PC off, then next time I turned it on and it wasn't 

Do you have a modular PSU? If yes, check if the cable is slipping out.


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CPU: Dual Core Ultra Low Power Intel i5 @ 1.7GHz

GPU: Intel HD Graphics 4000

Memory: 8GB 1600MHz DDR3

Case: it's a laptop

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Posted · Original PosterOP
9 minutes ago, Catchears said:

Do you have a modular PSU? If yes, check if the cable is slipping out.

PSU is modular but I've checked all the cables half a dozen times and they're all properly plugged in

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Did you move/bump/drop the PC?

 

Even if not, take a look at the card and see if there is any obvious damage.


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Specs:

 

CPU: Dual Core Ultra Low Power Intel i5 @ 1.7GHz

GPU: Intel HD Graphics 4000

Memory: 8GB 1600MHz DDR3

Case: it's a laptop

FPS in minecraft with lowest settings possible: about 10

 

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
6 minutes ago, Catchears said:

Did you move/bump/drop the PC?

 

Even if not, take a look at the card and see if there is any obvious damage.

Didn't move the PC at all and there's no obvious damage to the GPU or any other components

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22 hours ago, feartheNightFury said:

The fans spin up initially but then turn off immediately afterwards

Could it be a PSU issue? Which PSU do you have? Do you have a different GPU to test if it is the rx 480?


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Specs:

 

CPU: Dual Core Ultra Low Power Intel i5 @ 1.7GHz

GPU: Intel HD Graphics 4000

Memory: 8GB 1600MHz DDR3

Case: it's a laptop

FPS in minecraft with lowest settings possible: about 10

 

 

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Posted · Original PosterOP
14 minutes ago, Catchears said:

Could it be a PSU issue? Which PSU do you have? Do you have a different GPU to test if it is the rx 480?

Got the Silverstone ST45SF-G. Only a year old so I doubt it's that. The power light on the GPU also stays on. Got a spare PC in my hometown I could use for testing, but that means taking my GPU on the train which I'm not eager about.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

After fully dismantling and rebuilding the PC and changing the HDMI cable, it now successfully outputs. No idea what was going wrong but thanks for the help

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3 hours ago, feartheNightFury said:

After fully dismantling and rebuilding the PC and changing the HDMI cable, it now successfully outputs. No idea what was going wrong but thanks for the help

Yay. No problem.


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Specs:

 

CPU: Dual Core Ultra Low Power Intel i5 @ 1.7GHz

GPU: Intel HD Graphics 4000

Memory: 8GB 1600MHz DDR3

Case: it's a laptop

FPS in minecraft with lowest settings possible: about 10

 

 

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3 hours ago, feartheNightFury said:

After fully dismantling and rebuilding the PC and changing the HDMI cable, it now successfully outputs. No idea what was going wrong but thanks for the help

Make sure to press the tick under this post so this post looks 'solved'.


Press the ❤ beneath my post if you found my answer helpful! If you want me to see your answer, quote me or tag me with @Catchears!

 

Specs:

 

CPU: Dual Core Ultra Low Power Intel i5 @ 1.7GHz

GPU: Intel HD Graphics 4000

Memory: 8GB 1600MHz DDR3

Case: it's a laptop

FPS in minecraft with lowest settings possible: about 10

 

 

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