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ASUS GTX 1080 broke?

tplarkin7
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PC is 2 months old. Worked great until now. I do not get any signal.

 

An older card works fine, so it's not a CPU or motherboard issue. 

 

I tested the ASUS GTX 1080 on a different PC, and the same thing... no signal.

 

Is the ASUS broke? Or, is there something else I can do?

 

Thanks for your help!

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That's a good thought. I highly doubt it was overheated. The hardest thing I threw at it was Revit (a simple 3d model). I dont' have any PC games installed, either. I did have 2 1080p monitors connected. I don't know the thermals, but I did not push it hard at all.

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1 hour ago, tplarkin7 said:

PC is 2 months old. Worked great until now. I do not get any signal.

 

An older card works fine, so it's not a CPU or motherboard issue. 

 

I tested the ASUS GTX 1080 on a different PC, and the same thing... no signal.

 

Is the ASUS broke? Or, is there something else I can do?

 

Thanks for your help!

Sounds broken to me, do you have a warranty? That’s a very expensive piece so if you can’t return you need to try testing different things to find out if it’s actually broken. I highly doubt it’s broken after two months though...

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