So recently I returned to the UK after a long time in the US. While I was in the US I took the time to build a PC due to the cheaper prices of electronics. I built a PC and when it was time to go back to the UK I boxed it up extremely carefully, supported with styrofoam and a wooden frame support.
The computer worked fine in the US, but when I got to the UK I couldn't connect the video card to any monitor, even though the video card's fan turned on, and it lit up. I tried 2 different tv's and 2 different monitors (all of which my laptop successfully connected to), and it couldn't pick up a signal.
Things I tried to fix it: - Reinstalling video card - Rewiring the whole PC - Changing cords - Changing monitors - Uninstalling all video card drivers - Checking power supply - Unplugging pc, holding down power button for a minute, restarting
When I took the video card out and plugged my monitor into the motherboard, it worked fine. Which tells me that it is not an issue with the motherboard.
I know there is a chance that the card may be fried but it being a GTX 1080 I want to do anything that I can to fix it. Any other suggestions/comments would greatly be appreciated.