Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon Drivers Section' started by Yajasu, Jun 3, 2020.
Unfortunately I cannot try my GPU in another computer
Ok, try to place graphic card in lower PCIE slot on your motherboard if anything changes.
To be honest:
you have invested on a "TRICKED" gpu card.... AMD ..
SELL IT QUICK...if possible
Wow! Indeed, that did it! What does that mean? Is my motherboard at fault here?
I think there are few possibilities, bios (wrong set) / false contacts (incorrect assembly) or fault hardware mb/gpu, so need secure checks and try card in other pc and other card in this pc
i dare not imagine anything else, the governor of the pcie but it would be outrageous
you're having trouble at start, why benchmark? avoid this fashion for now
GPU, motherboard or CPU.....
If you originally had the card in slot 1, either the GPU, motherboard or CPU is damaged.... Slot 1 is connected to the CPU.... You really need to test another GPU in slot 1....and test that GPU in another system.
Hi Jumy and Sykozis, thanks for your replies.
I will try to get another GPU in my slot 1 and see if anything changes.
However, I've got another thing, from the very start, my motherboard's integrated graphics did not function. I took out my GPU and tried to use the integrated graphics but nothing displayed. Would that narrow it down to my Motherboard being faulty? As my CPU does not have integrated graphics, but I may be taking the wrong approach.
I might be able to get another motherboard and test it then, see if anything changes at all.
Thanks for your inputs everyone.
Yajasu : As you mentioned, your CPU does not have integrated graphic chip that's why nothing is displayed
Hello guys, little update,
I've got my whole setup on another motherboard, the issue remains the same, that rules it out I guess.
I'll try to get another GPU inside and see what happens....
But at this point I really think the GPU is the one at fault here.
Thanks for anyone who tried to help me
Np mate, I hope that once you RMA your card and get a new one that it will work fine.