PC SupportGTX 1080tTi Black Screen On Boot
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Does anyone know what can be the issue ( WAS GIVEN CARD BY FRIEND TESTING IT ON MY PC AN IT STILL BLACK SCREENS SO CAN'T BE ANY OTHER ISSUE BUT GPU) They said it just went black on them for no reason iv'e tried new thermal paste which didn't solve it

Gpu - ROG ROG-STRIX-GTX1080TI-O11G-GAMING GeForce GTX 1080 Ti Graphic Card - 1.59 GHz Core - 1.71 GHz Boost Clock - 11 GB GDDR5X - Triple Slot Space Required
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Does your board support integrated graphics? I'd say try and boot with safe mode using IG and see if your pc is even detecting the card.
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Zydrin wrote Does your board support integrated graphics? I'd say try and boot with safe mode using IG and see if your pc is even detecting the card.


I've tried that won't even boot with IG I even used 2 cards at once an still not being detected only main card is showing up
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Welp if you've tried it on 2 separate machines that you know work and the only variable is the GPU then she's a gonner pal.

If you're up for it, get a multimeter out and check the pin outs to see if anything's shorting.

It looks like there's a BIOS switch on the GPU. Switch it to the other BIOS and see if that does anything.

Apart from that, GPU's are notoriously hard to fix so best of luck
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Adam wrote Welp if you've tried it on 2 separate machines that you know work and the only variable is the GPU then she's a gonner pal.

If you're up for it, get a multimeter out and check the pin outs to see if anything's shorting.

It looks like there's a BIOS switch on the GPU. Switch it to the other BIOS and see if that does anything.

Apart from that, GPU's are notoriously hard to fix so best of luck
Sadly the manufacturer never put the switch on. it has the spot for it tho so don't know what bios it's on
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