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GTX 650 may be dead


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#1 antoniu200

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Posted 10 September 2016 - 06:48 AM

Hi! Today I got a DVI-A to VGA adaptor and tried to replace the R7 240 in my bro's PC. When I plugged the GTX 650 in the computer, it showed nothing on the screen and the fans were spinning like it was on idle, even before the BIOS was initialized. Same did on my computer. His PC has a 350W (real wattage, the PSU is fully capable of reaching 350) and mine has a Corsair VS650. The GTX 650 has no 6 pin power connector, so that is excluded. May I burned the RAMDAC? Why is that a possibility? Because I still use VGA and I used to convert the HDMI digital signal to a analog VGA one.

Before swapping the 650 out of my PC and replacing it with a 660, it worked fine, no problems at all, but now it's dead for - basically - no reason. What to do?

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Posted 11 September 2016 - 05:59 AM

Alright, I see no one will answer my thread, may I ask why? Do I need to go because I told you that the purpose of a forum is to help people? Or why?




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