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2023/09/04 16:08:25 (permalink)
Hello,
     I am in the middle of building a new PC. The issue I am having is the GPU is not starting. When I first start the PC I noticed one of the fans spins for like 3 secs. The RGB lights power on, but no output to either monitor. I have tried different HDMI cables and display cables. I have pulled the memory sticks. I have even tried changing power supplies to a RM1000. I don't have another GPU to try. Looking for some other things I can try before having to buy a new part. My system is
 
CPU- Rysen 5 5600x
Motherboard- Asus ROG Strix B550-A Gaming
EVGA Geforce RTX 3080TI FTW3 Ultra
Corsair Vengeance DDR4 8GB, 4 sticks, 3600 mhz
Custom CPU cooling loop. 
Power supply is a Corsair RM850
Monitors- MSI 27" 170Hz IPS Gaming monitor AMD freeSync and MSI G271CQP, 27" Curved gaming monitor.
 
Thanks for the Help.
  
 
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    Re: Custom build Issue with 3080TI 2023/09/04 16:18:42 (permalink)
    Try the card in your other pci-e slot.
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    Re: Custom build Issue with 3080TI 2023/09/05 14:23:37 (permalink)
    Thank you for the reply. Tried it and still the same results.
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    Re: Custom build Issue with 3080TI 2023/09/05 16:10:10 (permalink)
    OsosaD
    Thank you for the reply. Tried it and still the same results.


    Do you have another system you can test the GPU in? Are you getting any error beeps when you boot the system?  Any flashing of the power LEDs over the PCIE connectors on the GPU?

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    Re: Custom build Issue with 3080TI 2023/09/06 17:15:27 (permalink)
    Thank you for the reply. I do have another PC. That PC is older and don't think the gpu would work. I am not getting any error beeps. I have not seen any LEDs flashes or any on PCIE light on the gpu. Everything same to be working as it should. I have even pulled the gpu out and plugged a monitor into the motherboard and it is still not working.
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    Re: Custom build Issue with 3080TI 2023/09/19 01:43:45 (permalink)
    This poster had a similar issue.  Check out what he did to get his to work.  It may help you.
     
    https://forums.evga.com/R...ew-build-m3612215.aspx

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    Re: Custom build Issue with 3080TI 2023/09/19 04:02:36 (permalink)
    If that motherboard has a reset button for the BIOs try that. 

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    Re: Custom build Issue with 3080TI 2023/09/19 09:07:34 (permalink)
    OsosaD
    Thank you for the reply. I do have another PC. That PC is older and don't think the gpu would work. I am not getting any error beeps. I have not seen any LEDs flashes or any on PCIE light on the gpu. Everything same to be working as it should. I have even pulled the gpu out and plugged a monitor into the motherboard and it is still not working.


    Rysen 5 5600x = NO iGPU (Integrated Graphics) ---> so "your test" did not really prove anything
     
    What kind of Boot drive? M.2, SATA ..... if M.2 confirm proper installation (fully seated)
     
    Re Custom loop, please list a few details:
    - what items have water blocks?
    - if GPU had a water block added, was it tested before you mounted the water block?
     
    New PC troubleshooting:
    - check every connection - Again
    - check that nothing is touching the back of the MB causing a short, (that should not be touching it)
    - make sure every power connection is fully seated in the socket & latched (sometimes they can get tight before they are latched)
    - Only use power cables to the MB, GPU & other PC parts that came with the PSU (removable cables are Custom wired to work with That PSU)
    - Disconnect everything except, Power to MB & GPU, CPU & CPU cooler ... yep even the case wires (we are elimination all possible suspects of a short or issue)
     
    Still no joy? --->  pull MB & test run on the MB box or other nonconductive surface

    FYI:
    - Over tightened mounting screws can damage the MB
    - Over tightened coolers can cause issues
    - PC Must be unplugged & discharged all capacitors (hold start button 30 seconds, after unplugging) before you remove or Add anything as there is always some power otherwise (soft off) & this can damage components.  I'm sure the ASUS MB manual has a warning about this
     

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