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GFX broke after unpluging while PC was on

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While troubleshooting my new mobo, I accidentally knocked out Palit GTX 650 from PCI-E slot. I turned off mobo and put card back, but now it not detected and cooler spins at 100%. Is there way to fix it or is it dead for good?

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Have you tried putting the card in a different pice slot?

Have you tried clearing the cmos?

Can you test the gpu in another system?

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Depending on how exactly you accidentally knocked the card out, it's possible you damaged the PCIe slot. I find it unlikely at best that the card would be good to go, and only the slot was damaged, if this is the case,  however give a different slot a try if you can.

Outside of that, it's very likely that the card is dead.

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On 11/24/2018 at 2:16 PM, Semper said:

Depending on how exactly you accidentally knocked the card out, it's possible you damaged the PCIe slot. I find it unlikely at best that the card would be good to go, and only the slot was damaged, if this is the case,  however give a different slot a try if you can.

Outside of that, it's very likely that the card is dead.

PCI-E intact, card died on new mobo, plugged back into main rig, it spun at max and wasn't detected, mobo LED showed PCI-E error

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