GTX 760 no display signal but fans are at full speed.

Hello guys. First of all, my specs:

i5 4670
8GB DDR3 Corsair Vengeance
60GB SDD Kingston
1TB HDD WD Caviar Blue
power supply: segotep 550W
MB: Gigabyte G1 Sniper B5

and the problem: Gigabyte windforce 3x oc GTX 760 2GB

I have this pc for 2 weeks. No problems during instalation, running smooth as silk. Today i was chating on steam when my display(hdmi connection) went black (no signal) then my video card fans starting spinning at full speed. I turned off the PC then back on, no display signal but the fans again spinning at full speed. I managed to enter windows with the onboard display, no detection whatsoever of the video card in the device manager. The only thing i tried to do but didn't work was to switch the power cables from the video card with the other from the power source. I hope i gave enough information so someone to help me. I really need my pc this weekend :(, Thanks guys.
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  1. Hi, Try borrowing a graphics card and testing. It looks like a GPU issue. If under warranty, try RMA-ing it.
  2. Do you have both the 6 pin and 8 pin aux power cables plugged in? Good connection?
  3. This is happening to my 760, still no solution and I literally got this g card as a replacement for my other one which was faulty :/
  4. Two bad GTX 760s in a row? Maybe your MB's PCIe x16 slot has failed. Can you try another card in the 1st PCIe x16 slot? Try your card on a friend's PC?
  5. clutchc said:
    Two bad GTX 760s in a row? Maybe your MB's PCIe x16 slot has failed. Can you try another card in the 1st PCIe x16 slot? Try your card on a friend's PC?


    I know it isn't a x16 problem, I used to have an amd card, until I wanted an upgrade, plus I already got my friend to bring his 760 round. Other people are suggesting that it might be my CX750 Modular psu that's causing the problem, I have a spare 750psu so I'll try that. Also, I'm not getting the exact problem as this person, mine only happens after running a game for about 3-ish hours, but for now I temporarily fixed it by defaulting my msi afterburner settings, then increasing the fan speed to 70.
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