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windows bricked my GPU

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I got it working the Top PCIe slot on my MB is dead so I moved it down on only running at 8x now but o well I will get a new board at some point.

so i just updated to the windows 10 October update I have a 7700k and an Asus strix 1080. when i started the update it restarted once fine the 2nd time my fan curves i set in windows kicked in but no video output. i then tryed using my integrated graphics and they work i was using default windows graphics drivers but after a few the intel drivers installed. i tried updating my GPU drivers just in case that was the problem no luck the installation tool said it could not detect any Nvidia GPU. the monitor i have plugged into the 1080 says no input detect and does not even show BIOS.

 

if anyone has any ideas that would be great i was using it to game about 2 min before i updated so the GPU was working.

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did you use DDU?

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How long have you had the card?

 

You could try to reflash it, but honestly if it's brand new, just RMA the thing instead of potentially digging yourself in a hole.

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Take out your 1080, use onboard and go into the bios. Disable Secure boot and try the card again. Can also try another slot.

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I got it working the Top PCIe slot on my MB is dead so I moved it down on only running at 8x now but o well I will get a new board at some point.

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