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2019/03/15 03:36:38 (permalink)
Hi everyone!
 
I have just bought a RTX 2080 TI FTW3 ULTRA and previously I had a Zotac RTX 2080 TI AMP but I decided to return it because of its terrible performance and eventually failure which the screen even on windows or start up would show RGB lines across the screen.
 
I decided to replace and put my new EVGA RTX 2080 TI FTW3 ULTRA but it's not being detected at all? The lights switch on and 1 fan spins. I have tried to go to BIOS and select "AUTO" for primary DISPLAY CONFIGURATION but haven't had success.
 
My system spec is:
Asus Maximus XI Hero WIFI
i9 9900k 5ghz stable @ 1.290v (Even though my bio now suggests it to be at 1.965v, as my cooling score has improved to 178, I think before was 163 and suggested 1.289v so I done 1.290v and adaptive mode, it's stable and ran tons of stress tests cinabench and prime95 with on dr8auer's extreme settings! Temps never go above 65C)
Corsair H150i Pro 360" AIO.
Corsair Vengeance Pro RGB 32GB @3200mhz (just XMP enable, haven't OCed CAS or anything)
EVGA 1000w SuperNova G3
Asus PG258Q Monitor, I get no signal from DP (what I normally use for 240hz nor HDMI).
 
All my components are 1 month old as I recently built this machine! 
 
I do get signal from the motherboard via DP and HDMI but when connected to the card I don't get signal as a matter of fact Device Manager doesn't even detect it! I'm using my integrated CPU graphics.
 
I tried to make a clean installation of the Windows 10 Pro but doesn't seem to work either.
 
Is there something I can do or the GPU is faulty and I should return it? This shouldn't have happened and definitely give me a signal.
 
Any guidance is much appreciated as I'm extremely sad right now.
 
Kind regards!
post edited by fdsantos - 2019/03/15 11:57:56
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    Re: RTX 2080 TI FTW3 ULTRA not being detected? - NO SIGNAL DP or HDMI! 2019/03/15 03:47:44 (permalink)
    can you try the card in another PCIe slot?
     
     

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    Re: RTX 2080 TI FTW3 ULTRA not being detected? - NO SIGNAL DP or HDMI! 2019/03/15 03:51:42 (permalink)
    Did you purchase this card from EVGA ?
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    Re: RTX 2080 TI FTW3 ULTRA not being detected? - NO SIGNAL DP or HDMI! 2019/03/15 03:58:42 (permalink)
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    can you try the card in another PCIe slot?
     
     


    Definitely don't want to run on my other PCIe slot because it will be right next to my Capture Card, that might get really hot in there but will test and see if it detects.
     
    I heard about resetting my CMOS but I would lose all my OC settings which really pisses me off. Also I read about running 2 separate VGA cable from PSU? I have extensions to make it look pretty (white) I don't think that's an issue. My previous card was running fine for 3 weeks or so, that card never got above 71C either.
     
     
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    Re: RTX 2080 TI FTW3 ULTRA not being detected? - NO SIGNAL DP or HDMI! 2019/03/15 03:59:47 (permalink)
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    Did you purchase this card from EVGA ?


    Yes I did. Purchased a couple of days ago and arrived 2 days ago, decided to install last evening and not working!
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    Re: RTX 2080 TI FTW3 ULTRA not being detected? - NO SIGNAL DP or HDMI! 2019/03/15 04:08:16 (permalink)
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    can you try the card in another PCIe slot?
     
     


    Definitely don't want to run on my other PCIe slot because it will be right next to my Capture Card, that might get really hot in there but will test and see if it detects.
     
    I heard about resetting my CMOS but I would lose all my OC settings which really pisses me off. Also I read about running 2 separate VGA cable from PSU? I have extensions to make it look pretty (white) I don't think that's an issue. My previous card was running fine for 3 weeks or so, that card never got above 71C either.
     
     





    Nah, I meant take out every card but the 2080Ti and see if it sees the card in the slot, just as a 'test'....
     
    It's hard for me to believe (tho it's possible, to be sure) a brand new out of the box card is dead.
     

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    Re: RTX 2080 TI FTW3 ULTRA not being detected? - NO SIGNAL DP or HDMI! 2019/03/15 04:28:55 (permalink)
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    can you try the card in another PCIe slot?
     
     


    Definitely don't want to run on my other PCIe slot because it will be right next to my Capture Card, that might get really hot in there but will test and see if it detects.
     
    I heard about resetting my CMOS but I would lose all my OC settings which really pisses me off. Also I read about running 2 separate VGA cable from PSU? I have extensions to make it look pretty (white) I don't think that's an issue. My previous card was running fine for 3 weeks or so, that card never got above 71C either.
     

     
    You most definitely want to run two separate VGA cables to that 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra.

    Don 
     
     
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    Re: RTX 2080 TI FTW3 ULTRA not being detected? - NO SIGNAL DP or HDMI! 2019/03/15 04:35:29 (permalink)
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    can you try the card in another PCIe slot?
     
     


    Definitely don't want to run on my other PCIe slot because it will be right next to my Capture Card, that might get really hot in there but will test and see if it detects.
     
    I heard about resetting my CMOS but I would lose all my OC settings which really pisses me off. Also I read about running 2 separate VGA cable from PSU? I have extensions to make it look pretty (white) I don't think that's an issue. My previous card was running fine for 3 weeks or so, that card never got above 71C either.
     

     
    You most definitely want to run two separate VGA cables to that 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra.


    I see your signature and we seem to have a fairly similar build.
     
    Is that how you're running your FTW3 ULTRA? You have 2 separate VGA cables from your PSU module ports and each going to each of the GPU's 8pins port?
     
    What I currently have right now is 1 VGA cable with 3 or so sockets, then I connected both of my white extension to 2 of them and connected to my GPU.
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    Re: RTX 2080 TI FTW3 ULTRA not being detected? - NO SIGNAL DP or HDMI! 2019/03/15 04:43:08 (permalink)
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    can you try the card in another PCIe slot?
     
     


    Definitely don't want to run on my other PCIe slot because it will be right next to my Capture Card, that might get really hot in there but will test and see if it detects.
     
    I heard about resetting my CMOS but I would lose all my OC settings which really pisses me off. Also I read about running 2 separate VGA cable from PSU? I have extensions to make it look pretty (white) I don't think that's an issue. My previous card was running fine for 3 weeks or so, that card never got above 71C either.
     

     
    You most definitely want to run two separate VGA cables to that 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra.


    I see your signature and we seem to have a fairly similar build.
     
    Is that how you're running your FTW3 ULTRA? You have 2 separate VGA cables from your PSU module ports and each going to each of the GPU's 8pins port?
     
    What I currently have right now is 1 VGA cable with 3 or so sockets, then I connected both of my white extension to 2 of them and connected to my GPU.


    Yes that is how I have it, do not run both off of 1 VGA cable. The beast needs power!

    Don 
     
     
    EVGA Z390 Dark MB | i9 9900k CPU @ 5.1 GHz | EVGA RTX 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra | 32 GB G Skill Trident Z 3200 MHz CL14 DDR4 Ram | Corsair H150i Pro Cooler | EVGA T2 Titanium 1000w Power Supply | Samsung 970 Pro 1TB m.2 Nvme | Samsung 970 Evo 1TB m.2 Nvme | Samsung 860 Evo 1TB SATA SSD | EVGA DG 87 Case |
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
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    Re: RTX 2080 TI FTW3 ULTRA not being detected? - NO SIGNAL DP or HDMI! 2019/03/15 06:39:00 (permalink)
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    can you try the card in another PCIe slot?
     
     


    Definitely don't want to run on my other PCIe slot because it will be right next to my Capture Card, that might get really hot in there but will test and see if it detects.
     
    I heard about resetting my CMOS but I would lose all my OC settings which really pisses me off. Also I read about running 2 separate VGA cable from PSU? I have extensions to make it look pretty (white) I don't think that's an issue. My previous card was running fine for 3 weeks or so, that card never got above 71C either.
     

     
    You most definitely want to run two separate VGA cables to that 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra.


    I see your signature and we seem to have a fairly similar build.
     
    Is that how you're running your FTW3 ULTRA? You have 2 separate VGA cables from your PSU module ports and each going to each of the GPU's 8pins port?
     
    What I currently have right now is 1 VGA cable with 3 or so sockets, then I connected both of my white extension to 2 of them and connected to my GPU.


    Yes that is how I have it, do not run both off of 1 VGA cable. The beast needs power!


    Doesn't work. Tried with 2 separate VGA cables and still not detected or any difference. :( Which wouldn't make any sense since I had a RTX 2080 TI running fine before on 8+8 and 1 VGA cable. My EVGA RTX 2080 TI FTW3 ULTRA the lights and 1 fan is on, if was power issues, windows would tell me to connect power cables properly.
     
    Is it time to return it?
    post edited by fdsantos - 2019/03/15 06:48:28
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    Re: RTX 2080 TI FTW3 ULTRA not being detected? - NO SIGNAL DP or HDMI! 2019/03/15 09:34:03 (permalink)
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    can you try the card in another PCIe slot?
     
     


    Definitely don't want to run on my other PCIe slot because it will be right next to my Capture Card, that might get really hot in there but will test and see if it detects.
     
    I heard about resetting my CMOS but I would lose all my OC settings which really pisses me off. Also I read about running 2 separate VGA cable from PSU? I have extensions to make it look pretty (white) I don't think that's an issue. My previous card was running fine for 3 weeks or so, that card never got above 71C either.
     

     
    You most definitely want to run two separate VGA cables to that 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra.


    I see your signature and we seem to have a fairly similar build.
     
    Is that how you're running your FTW3 ULTRA? You have 2 separate VGA cables from your PSU module ports and each going to each of the GPU's 8pins port?
     
    What I currently have right now is 1 VGA cable with 3 or so sockets, then I connected both of my white extension to 2 of them and connected to my GPU.


    Yes that is how I have it, do not run both off of 1 VGA cable. The beast needs power!


    Doesn't work. Tried with 2 separate VGA cables and still not detected or any difference. :( Which wouldn't make any sense since I had a RTX 2080 TI running fine before on 8+8 and 1 VGA cable. My EVGA RTX 2080 TI FTW3 ULTRA the lights and 1 fan is on, if was power issues, windows would tell me to connect power cables properly.
     
    Is it time to return it?




    I would try a power flush first , if not then certainly contact EVGA support.
    Shut system down.
    Unplug Power Supply.
    Press and hold power button in for at least 30 seconds.
    Plug back in and try powering on again.
    If that does not work, with system shut down try switching to the other bios on the GPU, then try powering on. ( support will probably ask you to do that).
    post edited by d.burnette - 2019/03/15 09:36:09

    Don 
     
     
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    Re: RTX 2080 TI FTW3 ULTRA not being detected? - NO SIGNAL DP or HDMI! 2019/03/15 10:18:05 (permalink)
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    can you try the card in another PCIe slot?
     
     


    Definitely don't want to run on my other PCIe slot because it will be right next to my Capture Card, that might get really hot in there but will test and see if it detects.
     
    I heard about resetting my CMOS but I would lose all my OC settings which really pisses me off. Also I read about running 2 separate VGA cable from PSU? I have extensions to make it look pretty (white) I don't think that's an issue. My previous card was running fine for 3 weeks or so, that card never got above 71C either.
     

     
    You most definitely want to run two separate VGA cables to that 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra.


    I see your signature and we seem to have a fairly similar build.
     
    Is that how you're running your FTW3 ULTRA? You have 2 separate VGA cables from your PSU module ports and each going to each of the GPU's 8pins port?
     
    What I currently have right now is 1 VGA cable with 3 or so sockets, then I connected both of my white extension to 2 of them and connected to my GPU.


    Yes that is how I have it, do not run both off of 1 VGA cable. The beast needs power!


    Doesn't work. Tried with 2 separate VGA cables and still not detected or any difference. :( Which wouldn't make any sense since I had a RTX 2080 TI running fine before on 8+8 and 1 VGA cable. My EVGA RTX 2080 TI FTW3 ULTRA the lights and 1 fan is on, if was power issues, windows would tell me to connect power cables properly.
     
    Is it time to return it?




    I would try a power flush first , if not then certainly contact EVGA support.
    Shut system down.
    Unplug Power Supply.
    Press and hold power button in for at least 30 seconds.
    Plug back in and try powering on again.
    If that does not work, with system shut down try switching to the other bios on the GPU, then try powering on. ( support will probably ask you to do that).


    Yeah doesn't work. All the obvious things I have tried already. :(
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    Re: RTX 2080 TI FTW3 ULTRA not being detected? - NO SIGNAL DP or HDMI! 2019/03/15 11:11:32 (permalink)
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    can you try the card in another PCIe slot?
     
     


    Definitely don't want to run on my other PCIe slot because it will be right next to my Capture Card, that might get really hot in there but will test and see if it detects.
     
    I heard about resetting my CMOS but I would lose all my OC settings which really pisses me off. Also I read about running 2 separate VGA cable from PSU? I have extensions to make it look pretty (white) I don't think that's an issue. My previous card was running fine for 3 weeks or so, that card never got above 71C either.
     

     
    You most definitely want to run two separate VGA cables to that 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra.


    I see your signature and we seem to have a fairly similar build.
     
    Is that how you're running your FTW3 ULTRA? You have 2 separate VGA cables from your PSU module ports and each going to each of the GPU's 8pins port?
     
    What I currently have right now is 1 VGA cable with 3 or so sockets, then I connected both of my white extension to 2 of them and connected to my GPU.


    Yes that is how I have it, do not run both off of 1 VGA cable. The beast needs power!


    Doesn't work. Tried with 2 separate VGA cables and still not detected or any difference. :( Which wouldn't make any sense since I had a RTX 2080 TI running fine before on 8+8 and 1 VGA cable. My EVGA RTX 2080 TI FTW3 ULTRA the lights and 1 fan is on, if was power issues, windows would tell me to connect power cables properly.
     
    Is it time to return it?




    I would try a power flush first , if not then certainly contact EVGA support.
    Shut system down.
    Unplug Power Supply.
    Press and hold power button in for at least 30 seconds.
    Plug back in and try powering on again.
    If that does not work, with system shut down try switching to the other bios on the GPU, then try powering on. ( support will probably ask you to do that).


    Yeah doesn't work. All the obvious things I have tried already. :(


    I would say time to contact support.

    Don 
     
     
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    Re: RTX 2080 TI FTW3 ULTRA not being detected? - NO SIGNAL DP or HDMI! 2019/03/15 11:49:20 (permalink)
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    can you try the card in another PCIe slot?
     
     


    Definitely don't want to run on my other PCIe slot because it will be right next to my Capture Card, that might get really hot in there but will test and see if it detects.
     
    I heard about resetting my CMOS but I would lose all my OC settings which really pisses me off. Also I read about running 2 separate VGA cable from PSU? I have extensions to make it look pretty (white) I don't think that's an issue. My previous card was running fine for 3 weeks or so, that card never got above 71C either.
     

     
    You most definitely want to run two separate VGA cables to that 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra.


    I see your signature and we seem to have a fairly similar build.
     
    Is that how you're running your FTW3 ULTRA? You have 2 separate VGA cables from your PSU module ports and each going to each of the GPU's 8pins port?
     
    What I currently have right now is 1 VGA cable with 3 or so sockets, then I connected both of my white extension to 2 of them and connected to my GPU.


    Yes that is how I have it, do not run both off of 1 VGA cable. The beast needs power!


    Doesn't work. Tried with 2 separate VGA cables and still not detected or any difference. :( Which wouldn't make any sense since I had a RTX 2080 TI running fine before on 8+8 and 1 VGA cable. My EVGA RTX 2080 TI FTW3 ULTRA the lights and 1 fan is on, if was power issues, windows would tell me to connect power cables properly.
     
    Is it time to return it?




    I would try a power flush first , if not then certainly contact EVGA support.
    Shut system down.
    Unplug Power Supply.
    Press and hold power button in for at least 30 seconds.
    Plug back in and try powering on again.
    If that does not work, with system shut down try switching to the other bios on the GPU, then try powering on. ( support will probably ask you to do that).


    Yeah doesn't work. All the obvious things I have tried already. :(


    I would say time to contact support.




    Done that already.
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    Re: RTX 2080 TI FTW3 ULTRA not being detected? - NO SIGNAL DP or HDMI! 2019/03/15 12:04:09 (permalink)
    Do You See the GPU in the BIOS ?
     
     

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    Re: RTX 2080 TI FTW3 ULTRA not being detected? - NO SIGNAL DP or HDMI! 2019/03/15 12:04:57 (permalink)
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    Do You See the GPU in the BIOS ?
     
     


    No. :(
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    Re: RTX 2080 TI FTW3 ULTRA not being detected? - NO SIGNAL DP or HDMI! 2019/03/15 12:06:13 (permalink)
    OK -- that is Not good
     
    Please confirm that the card is Fully seated (unplug PSU from the Wall First)
     
    That the card is not "touching something" --- Card Must be Level in the PCIe slot --- not higher in the front or Back


    Are you using Secure Boot -- turn it & Fast Boot Off  --- in the BIOS
     
    I've seen longer GPU touch MB heatsink or  SATA ports & not be fully seated -- cause issues

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    Re: RTX 2080 TI FTW3 ULTRA not being detected? - NO SIGNAL DP or HDMI! 2019/03/15 12:35:00 (permalink)
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    OK -- that is Not good
     
    Please confirm that the card is Fully seated (unplug PSU from the Wall First)
     
    That the card is not "touching something" --- Card Must be Level in the PCIe slot --- not higher in the front or Back


    Are you using Secure Boot -- turn it & Fast Boot Off  --- in the BIOS
     
    I've seen longer GPU touch MB heatsink or  SATA ports & not be fully seated -- cause issues


    Others have exactly the same mobo as I have Asus Maximus Hero XI WIFI and EVGA RTX 2080 TI FTW3 ULTRA with no issues on the fitting.
     
    The clip on the PCIe slot is clipped in, and the screws are in to the case, that's what they're for right? If fitting was an issue I don't think I would have fans spinning and lights on.
     
    Will try the FastBoot off in a second.
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    Re: RTX 2080 TI FTW3 ULTRA not being detected? - NO SIGNAL DP or HDMI! 2019/03/15 13:06:08 (permalink)
    That may be so but I have read a lot of Thread that are having issues with RTX Cards on the Asus Maximus XI Hero WIFI Motherboard.
    Disable any Extra None Standard Bios Settings like ASUS Optimized Stuff set your CPU to Auto and your Memory to Auto.
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    Re: RTX 2080 TI FTW3 ULTRA not being detected? - NO SIGNAL DP or HDMI! 2019/03/15 15:15:59 (permalink)
    Try the card in a different pci-e slot, and make sure your motherboard bios is completely up to date.

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    Re: RTX 2080 TI FTW3 ULTRA not being detected? - NO SIGNAL DP or HDMI! 2019/03/16 05:15:39 (permalink)
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    Try the card in a different pci-e slot, and make sure your motherboard bios is completely up to date.


    Can't use in a different PCIe, the card is too fat. BIOS is up to date.
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    Re: RTX 2080 TI FTW3 ULTRA not being detected? - NO SIGNAL DP or HDMI! 2019/03/16 06:13:40 (permalink)
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    OK -- that is Not good
     
    Please confirm that the card is Fully seated (unplug PSU from the Wall First)
     
    That the card is not "touching something" --- Card Must be Level in the PCIe slot --- not higher in the front or Back


    Are you using Secure Boot -- turn it & Fast Boot Off  --- in the BIOS
     
    I've seen longer GPU touch MB heatsink or  SATA ports & not be fully seated -- cause issues


    Doesn't work.
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    Re: RTX 2080 TI FTW3 ULTRA not being detected? - NO SIGNAL DP or HDMI! 2019/03/16 06:18:28 (permalink)
    So the conclusion is a 1500 Euros disappointment.
     
    Flashed my CMOS, BIOS, Reinstalled Windows, 3 days removing hardware and not being able to use my machine which I make money from for this. (Lost all my settings as I couldn't back them up).
     
    I have always been a supporter from EVGA and always thought they had great products as well as service, that we will see... I have contacted them with my issue yesterday and they told me to upload proof of purchase and register my GPU, I have done that yesterday within 5 minutes after I received their email. Funny how their 24/7 support didn't get back to me yet.
     
    Just heartbroken with all this so far, maybe in America EVGA has different morals than in Europe.
     
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    Re: RTX 2080 TI FTW3 ULTRA not being detected? - NO SIGNAL DP or HDMI! 2019/03/16 08:12:03 (permalink)
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    Try the card in a different pci-e slot, and make sure your motherboard bios is completely up to date.


    Can't use in a different PCIe, the card is too fat. BIOS is up to date.




    Too fat? Why? Because you refuse to remove any of the cards that are currently in the machine?
    Remove stuff to try it in the slot.
     
    Troubleshoot.
     

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    Re: RTX 2080 TI FTW3 ULTRA not being detected? - NO SIGNAL DP or HDMI! 2019/03/16 08:17:16 (permalink)
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    Try the card in a different pci-e slot, and make sure your motherboard bios is completely up to date.


    Can't use in a different PCIe, the card is too fat. BIOS is up to date.




    Too fat? Why? Because you refuse to remove any of the cards that are currently in the machine?
    Remove stuff to try it in the slot.
     
    Troubleshoot.
     


    No my dear, I removed my Capture Card long ago and it won't go in there. The fans will be spinning and hitting USB wires connected at the bottom of the mobo. I think this GPU has done enough damage, no need for any more in my opinion.
     
    All troubleshooting has been done. The card is faulty and can't even be detected in BIOS while my other RTX, even though was faulty and dead (Error 43) on Windows but BIOS would instantly detect it.
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    Re: RTX 2080 TI FTW3 ULTRA not being detected? - NO SIGNAL DP or HDMI! 2019/03/16 08:18:02 (permalink)
    So move the damn wires....

    Sounds to me like you're not even trying.
     

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    Re: RTX 2080 TI FTW3 ULTRA not being detected? - NO SIGNAL DP or HDMI! 2019/03/16 08:21:00 (permalink)
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    So move the damn wires....

    Sounds to me like you're not even trying.
     


    Maybe some people have too much time in their hands to spend over 4 days trying to "troubleshoot" and "fix" something that costs 1500 Euros which was suppose to work from start plug and play.
     
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    Re: RTX 2080 TI FTW3 ULTRA not being detected? - NO SIGNAL DP or HDMI! 2019/03/16 08:27:11 (permalink)
    Make sure the card is fully seated! It might be held up on the i/o plate on the case.

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    Re: RTX 2080 TI FTW3 ULTRA not being detected? - NO SIGNAL DP or HDMI! 2019/03/16 08:31:40 (permalink)
    Or take the card to a PC shop & let them test it.  
     
    We have not eliminated your MB as the issue without testing in different slot
     
    Graphics Cards Get power from PCIe & the External 6-pin &r 8-pin sockets ---> & Yes, you Must fully populate ALL of those sockets.... 
     
     
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    Re: RTX 2080 TI FTW3 ULTRA not being detected? - NO SIGNAL DP or HDMI! 2019/03/16 08:33:19 (permalink)
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    Make sure the card is fully seated! It might be held up on the i/o plate on the case.



     
    good point
     
    was asked in Post 17 ... never got a Straight answer from OP
     
    Yes that is very Important --> before the power is ever applied ---> those small tightly clustered contacts can Short if card is Not installed correctly

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