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I think I broke my gpu

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So the other day I was overlocking my cpu and I overclocked it to high so I tried to remove the cmos battery and while doing that my pc completely turned off after a couple troubleshoots I figured out it was my gpu and I’ve looked at it further and the gpu fans aren’t spinning I’ve tried to use my old graphics card a 750 ti it’s works fine but it’s so bad I was wondering if I could get some help just in case there is a fix 

 

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You took out the CMOS battery while the system was running?

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Maybe you fried the mainboard and the pci slot doesn’t work properly? Or you power supply can’t power it anymore? The 750 doesn’t need external power from

the PSU doesn’t it? You should check if it’s just a cable of the psu to the gpu.

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15 minutes ago, ToggleAU said:

So the other day I was overlocking my cpu and I overclocked it to high so I tried to remove the cmos battery and while doing that my pc completely turned off

That's not how one should remove the CMOS battery.

Why did you remove the CMOS battery while the PC was on?!

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12 minutes ago, Hairless Monkey Boy said:

You took out the CMOS battery while the system was running?

Yes:

19 minutes ago, ToggleAU said:

I tried to remove the cmos battery and while doing that my pc completely turned off

 

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Dude...  dude...  dude....  just...   dude....

 

What were you doing!?!?

 

First:  How were you overclocking your card?  Generally software overclocking will crash and go away if you do a reboot.  (Or at worst, you do safe mode and get rid of the software)

 

Second:  Why are you fucking with electrical stuff while the PC is on?  That's asking to fry things.

 

The only thing I could say is, try your GPU in another system and see what it does?  But yeah, you may well have fried it.  

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9 minutes ago, tkitch said:

Dude...  dude...  dude....  just...   dude....

 

What were you doing!?!?

 

First:  How were you overclocking your card?  Generally software overclocking will crash and go away if you do a reboot.  (Or at worst, you do safe mode and get rid of the software)

 

Second:  Why are you fucking with electrical stuff while the PC is on?  That's asking to fry things.

 

The only thing I could say is, try your GPU in another system and see what it does?  But yeah, you may well have fried it.  

No it was my cpu and it was in bios

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Removing system components (and yes the CMOS is one) while the PC is powered on is in the "win stupid prizes" category.

Your "PC master race" thing is cringe. 

 

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So the other day I was overlocking my cpu and I overclocked it to high so I tried to remove the cmos battery and while doing that my pc completely turned off after a couple troubleshoots I figured out it was my gpu and I’ve looked at it further and the gpu fans aren’t spinning I’ve tried to use my old graphics card a 750 ti it’s works fine but it’s so bad I was wondering if I could get some help just in case there is a fix thanks

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5 minutes ago, whispous said:

Did you do the CMOS battery reset while the computer was on?

i may off but how would that break my gpu

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2 hours ago, ToggleAU said:

i may off but how would that break my gpu

It might not have, it might have broken your motherboard.

 

Typically the CMOS battery should be unplugged while the computer is off.

 

How did you remove it? Did you perhaps damage any other parts of the motherboard?

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