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Sapphire R9 290x not detected

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hi my friends I have a big problem

I recently purchased a graphic card R9 290x 4GB Sapphire Edition 1 fan
I have windows 7 64bit it works perfeclty.
I decided to install windows 10 pro 64bits. work as 7
but one day I was playing Red Orchestra 2 almost eight hours.
I finish and leave the pc downloads I turned off the screen.
Tomorrow morning I turn on the display screen no results
I restart the pc the same problem no display.
I try everything without results
I try it in another PC without result

My config
CPU : i7 3770K
CPU FAN : Cooler Master V8
MOBO : ASUS Sabertooth z77 (bios Version 2104)
RAM : 16Go Corsair Vengence pro series 1866
HDD Seagate Barracuda 1To
PSU Thermaltak Toughpower 750W gold
Case Cooler Master HAF 932
help me plz
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So you tried the video card in another PC and still got no video? Did you try a different monitor, or verify that the input on the monitor isn't the problem?
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Generic DVD-RW 2 x Noctua (NF-P12-1300 )1300rpm Premium Silent... Monsoon 90° Rotary Angle Fitting - 5/8" - Red Bitspower Dual / Single D5 Top Upgrade Kit 100 ... 
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ModMyToys DreamFlex Premium 3/8" ID Tubing Reta... Coolance Liquid Coolant Bottle, 700mL Fluoresce... Coolance PMP 450 Variable Speed D5 Pump Bitspower D5 Mod Top V2 Pom version 
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i have try another monitor same result i have check my connectors same result
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i have try another monitor same result i have check my connectors same result

Plug a monitor into your onboard graphics and then check your device manager to see if the 290X is being recongized through the PCIE slot. If not, you may want to completely uninstall all display drivers and just re-seat the card and test again.
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device manager dont detecte the GPU even bios dont reconize the GPU i dont smel burn or something like that even the fan GPU work but no display
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device manager dont detecte the GPU even bios dont reconize the GPU i dont smel burn or something like that even the fan GPU work but no display

Hmm thats really strange, I dont see why it would just go on and die on you. If your MoBo isnt recognizing it at all, see if theres bios or drivers update for your specific mobo. If not the only real things to check is to make sure its getting effecient power from the PSU and the PCIE slot works on the mobo. If all else fails, its most likely a defective GPU and just crapped the bed, but, always test everything you can before giving up on it.
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thank you much im very tired
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