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Is my 2080 dead?

Topevent
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I just built a new PC barely a week ago. I just woke up this morning, turned my PC on and my 2080’s fan speeds are instantly at 100%. My monitors aren’t getting any signal at all. The RGB on my card works normally.

 

I have the 2080 Aorus matched with a Z390 Aorus Ultra

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17 minutes ago, Topevent said:

I just built a new PC barely a week ago. I just woke up this morning, turned my PC on and my 2080’s fan speeds are instantly at 100%. My monitors aren’t getting any signal at all. The RGB on my card works normally.

 

I have the 2080 Aorus matched with a Z390 Aorus Ultra

Shut down system, unplug power from PC. Wait 5 minutes, plug back in, power back up, report back.

So rise up, all ye lost ones, as one, we'll claw the clouds

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Try to do these steps to diagnose your PC.

 

1. Check all cables and wires if all of them are plugged-in correctly.

2. Check your power cables

3. Make sure that your Display port/DVI/HDMI cables are correctly plugged in. try to unplug and plug in again.

4. re-seat your GPU by removing it and inserting again to its PCIE slot.

5. Make sure the PCIE cables for your GPU plugged in correctly. check also at the end to your power supply.

6. Check your monitor's cables if it is plugged in to your power outlet. make sure the cables are not loose.

 

Question, how did you know that your GPU fans spins at 100%, while not looking at your monitor? i believe most of the newer cards from NVIDIA dont spin at all during idle. Did you overclock it? if yes, then you might overdo something during the OC. try to reset your CMOS by removing the battery from your motherboard, then insert it again after 5 seconds. you can also try running your monitor using the HDMI port of your motherboard. if your monitor works, try reseating your GPU to a second PCIE of your motherboard since it has 3 PCIE slots.

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I don't think the card is dead, something else is going on, do what the guru's said above and report back to us.  good luck

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Use the iGPU to get into system, DDU in safe mode, then place the GPU back and reinstall the drivers?

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had the same issue, startred after 1809 update few days ago, it was solved only after i did clean windows install

the problem started with os build 17763.195

after a fresh install to 17763.107 it was fine

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