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Posted · Original PosterOP

I was troubleshooting my pc and removed graphic card while oc was on and it had power i know i know stupid but it happen i purchased a new already but was wounding if it can be repaired 

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So you removed the GPU while the computer was on?

PCIe isn't supposed to be hot-swap unless the BIOS and other stuff explicitly supports it, but AFAIK it's not too bad. the GPU is probably still okay.

Can you try it in a different machine? Make sure all power connectors are plugged in.

 

Also, what GPU, what other system specs?


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Posted · Original PosterOP

I unplugged  the power to the GPU  while it was on bur not from the PCIe  and it is a zotar RTX2060 the pc had a i5 9700 and was running on a mobo that was custom made for ibuypower it was a pre-built i got from best buy but and I decided to upgrade it. Just tried it on a new motherboard today 

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1 minute ago, J0nny1793 said:

I unplugged  the power to the GPU  while it was on bur not from the PCIe  and it is a zotar RTX2060 the pc had a i5 9700 and was running on a mobo that was custom made for ibuypower it was a pre-built i got from best buy but and I decided to upgrade it. Just tried it on a new motherboard today 

That doesn't seem too bad (although it was pretty dumb), so it has a good chance to work.

I'd just make sure that everything is plugged in, and try booting again.

 

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19 hours ago, J0nny1793 said:

I unplugged  the power to the GPU  while it was on bur not from the PCIe  and it is a zotar RTX2060 the pc had a i5 9700 and was running on a mobo that was custom made for ibuypower it was a pre-built i got from best buy but and I decided to upgrade it. Just tried it on a new motherboard today 

I tried that a few times no good evab with my new motherboard and processor cant find the tag feature

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