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My graphics card magically stopped working

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So, I have an Asus RTX 3050 (new) that was working perfectly yesterday. The card now is not working. I have integrated graphics so I can access to the bios and it says that there is nothing in the PCIEX16 slot, any idea?

Already plugged and unplugged everything, just stopped working.

 

Thanks.

 

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reset CMOS

Try different power cables (if your power supply has other cables to try)

Reseat GPU

Try other slot if you have one.

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51 minutes ago, SignatureSigner said:

reset CMOS

Try different power cables (if your power supply has other cables to try)

Reseat GPU

Try other slot if you have one.

Yeah that's the first thing I tried, don't have another pcie so can't test that.

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53 minutes ago, SignatureSigner said:

reset CMOS

Try different power cables (if your power supply has other cables to try)

Reseat GPU

Try other slot if you have one.

I have to add that the card lights up but fan don't spin and no output. Thanks for helping man 🙏

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