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Graphics card not working anymore?

Hi everyone I'm building my own PC (first time builder). But I do know my computers. I set up every thing and got everything working in harmony. then I turn my pc off (updates) for the 5th time and when I turned it back on the next day, no setting have changed but while my graphics card is plugged in all I get is a black screen. When I remove the card my pc runs fine. Does anyone know what happened to my computer to make it do this?
Specs;
Gpu: GeForce gtx 680
CPU: i3 dual core
Power: 430W
Mother board: H110 series A

Any question I'll answer them
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  1. Have you checked BIOS settings for default display adapter settings? They could have possibly been reset. At least check it so we can rule that out.
  2. that or the old gpu died
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    430w is pretty low for a GTX 680. What is the actual make and model?
  4. IrishBread2912 said:
    Hi everyone I'm building my own PC (first time builder). But I do know my computers. I set up every thing and got everything working in harmony. then I turn my pc off (updates) for the 5th time and when I turned it back on the next day, no setting have changed but while my graphics card is plugged in all I get is a black screen. When I remove the card my pc runs fine. Does anyone know what happened to my computer to make it do this?
    Specs;
    Gpu: GeForce gtx 680
    CPU: i3 dual core
    Power: 430W
    Mother board: H110 series A

    Any question I'll answer them


    This may be nothing... but you said "Turn off your computer". Do you just flip the power switch or did you mean to say you SHUT DOWN YOUR COMPUTER?
  5. Oh sorry everyone I was away
    mrn1ce9uy
    I did check that it was set to auto so I turn it to pcei and still nothing.

    but I made this pc on pcpartpicker.com and it said that it should be enough power. But chould that be the problem and I'd have to buy a new one.
    And yes I meant shutdown the pc sorry
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