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2020/08/30 07:23:49 (permalink)
help, I have a gtx 780ti of Nvidia, the problem is the following when installing the video drivers all right until I restart the pc and when it enters the windows the screen turns black and the fans of the GPU turn 100%, I have I tried to update the BIOS and nothing, I do not know what else to do, if someone can give me an answer to my question please.
 

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    bob16314
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    Re: gtx 780ti 2020/08/30 20:10:26 (permalink)
    Sounds to me like either the card failed or the PSU has an issue..Try your card in another PC and see if it works, or take it to a PC repair shop for testing, or try another card in your PC.
     
    You could try reseating the card and it's power connectors.

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    Re: gtx 780ti 2020/08/31 01:24:55 (permalink)
    bob16314
    Sounds to me like either the card failed or the PSU has an issue..Try your card in another PC and see if it works, or take it to a PC repair shop for testing, or try another card in your PC.
     
    You could try reseating the card and it's power connectors.


    +1... clean the gold fingers with some iso alcohol, then reseat in mobo and make sure the pci-e tab on the card catches the lock on the pci-e mobo slot and its locked in. Then reboot and see if you get any success.

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    Re: gtx 780ti 2020/09/24 07:47:58 (permalink)
    bump.
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    Re: gtx 780ti 2020/09/28 09:08:22 (permalink)
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