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EVGA 980ti under water not working

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Looking for help!!!

Hello all, I am currently running three EVGA 980Ti's in a triple SLI configuration on a open loop system. Yesterday I noticed that one of my cards was running a little hotter then normal, 70 C, so I turned off my system to look for signs of trouble. I did not find any issues so I turned my system back on to a blank screen. Thinking I might have had a motherboard issue, I cleared my CMOS, and turned off all my overclocking settings. This did not resolve my issue so I plugged my monitor into the next card which did work. I then went into the BIOS, which showed a empty slot where that GPU was connected. Thinking that I had a bad slot on the motherboard, this morning I drained my loop and swapped out my motherboard. And again, after putting everything back together, I got a blank screen. Long story short, the new motherboard showed the exact same issue in the same slot. So now that I have ruled out the motherboard, I am hoping that someone might have a suggestion to resolve my issue before I send in for a RMA.

I would also like to add that I did swap out the power cords.

Thanks in advance.
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have you tried the card(s) by there selfs,
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Originally Posted by chowtyme2 View Post

have you tried the card(s) by there selfs,

I am using a tripple terminal water block so I couldn't if I wanted to. I have been able to see my monitors work on the other two cards. Just not the first one.
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Update to this thread. After extensive troubleshooting I determined the video card failed so it has been sent back to EVGA for replacement.
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