dakonRe seat the card into pcie, and then re plug in both pcie power cables, both from the psu and also gpu. Sometimes something is just a bit off.
jonguyen11I just gave all three 8pin connectors it’s own cable. Still having the one red led light on top.
lemuth801.-Make sure you are using separate PSU power cables2.- Go to your power settings on the BIOS and look for ErP (this is how it is called on Aorus motherboards), read your manual and look for a setting that disables all power when turned off. Apparently these cards will go to failure mode if they are kept with low voltage or standby voltage. That worked for me and never got those 3 red lights again.I'm not 100% sure but this issue is related somehow to the ramp up voltage curve on the PSU
MiPalo22I reseated the gpu and it worked just fine
carl_arts GamerI'm just experiencing the same issue, after around 10 months of having No Issues, yesterday in the middle of gaming my monitor lost connection and a solid red light came on the GPU. I've tried all the listed suggestions and it hasn't gone away. Did you find a solution that worked? Or did you just get it replaced?
ty_ger07This thread is very old and has very little information.Here are some newer threads on the first page which have much more information:https://forums.evga.com/3...ed-on-me-m3496138.aspxhttps://forums.evga.com/R...Warships-m3495430.aspxhttps://forums.evga.com/W...-my-3090-m3493770.aspxhttps://forums.evga.com/F...edBummer-m3495789.aspxBasically, if you have eliminated a riser cable, power supply cable, or power supply as the cause, the card probably blew a fuse because of a power stage failure. In such an instance, replacing the card via the warranty process is the only EVGA-approved resolution.Light furthest to the left:PCI-E slot power : If you are using a riser cable, suspect a riser cable issue; otherwise it could be a motherboard issue, but less likely. Otherwise, probably the PCI-E slot fuse blew on the video card due to associated power stage stage failure.Other lights above each PCI-E power plug:No power from that plug : Check that the cables are plugged in fully and that you don't have a power supply issue. Otherwise, probably that PCI-E power plug fuse blew due to associated power stage failure.