ages_captain @cool GTXI am using one PCIe Cables from the PSU cable. This is the link I didn't understand what you mean with this " Still happens when you remove your Rigs OC ?" PSU is September 2018. Model is Corsair SMPS HX850 - 850 Watt 80 Plus Platinum Certification Fully Modular PSU With Active PFCI can't see any screen so can't debug until PC boots
ages_captain@sajin thanks why you think, the issue is with the PSU?As this COVID 19, Not able to test with any other PC.
ages_captainMy graphic card FAN is running at full speed but no light on EVGA GEFORCE RTX 2080ti.
ages_captainIs below details to TAIWAN office is still valid Taiwan OfficeTaipei, Taiwan Tel: +886.2.82262868Fax: +886.2.82261338Support email:
ages_captainI think hard truth I have to accept is my 2080ti is dead need RMA. I don't have the option to switch between parts, But one thing I did was ordered a new Asus 1650 which will arrive on Wednesday. In any case, I am missing the event. Best I do swap new card see if that works then, In my understanding problem lies with 2080ti. Is below details to TAIWAN office is still valid Taiwan OfficeTaipei, Taiwan Tel: +886.2.82262868Fax: +886.2.82261338Support email:
ages_captainGuys one thing I want to add someone shared to me that changing thermal can help. But I am seeing something like OIL on blackplate . It is something to do with this. Does opening graphics void warranty. If that help I can give it try.
AHowesCrazy! Noticed the card is not secured to the case.. sure it's just cause you were trying it out real quick.Wondering if it's all a PCIe connection issue. As in the case, i/o cutout for the card causes it to pull out slightly over time, and it losses a connection.Anyways.. hope it works for a while this time.