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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 08-04-2019, 12:42 PM - Thread Starter
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Asus Strix RX 570 ( Bricked ? ) can some one help me ?

I bought a Asus strix RX 570 4gb to use it, after i bought it from another guy (Its second handed) for 120 euro, he didnt told me about a "Bad Flash" or "This graphics card is broken" Or maybe "Bricked" Maybe some one can help me out ?

System i use.

Intel Core i3-8100 @ 3.60GHz
16gb DDR4 2800mhz
ASUSTeK COMPUTER INC. PRIME H310M-K
V203H ([email protected])
Intel UHD Graphics 630 (ASUStek Computer Inc)
ATI Microsoft Basic Display-adapter (ASUStek Computer Inc)
CrossFire Disabled

I will explain wat happens.

1. graphics card inside my computer
2. turn on pc
3. Graphics card run's but no display.
4. Shutted down the computer putted the kable in my motherbord.
5. Turned on.
6. Fan's stop's spinning if you boot into windows.
7. i check device manage and the RX 570 Serie''s is there.

wat did i try?
1. Tried to install the drive's no display either,
2. I tought maybe its broken fan's replaced the fan's that isnt the problem either.
3. I Re-Flashed the bios, No display or functional.
4. Try every display port nothing works.

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eny idea ? hit me up pleas!
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The fans stopping is not a concern at the moment as that model has 0rpm fans that turn off unless they hit 60c I think. I'd do a clean install with DDU. Also might reseat the card itself.
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unfortunately he doens't want to return it back, those think's happens.

how do u mean a clean install with DDU.
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Reseatting the card means to unplug the card take it out and then put it back into the pci slot. Basically making sure it's seatted properly. Then plug it back in.

DDU is digital display uninstaller. It's a program that removes drivers so they can be reinstalled from scratch. https://www.guru3d.com/files-details...-download.html
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oké, But the graphics card is putted in 100% because the light will turn Red if it's inside the PCI slot, and after the 8pin plugin it will turn white, so there is nothing wrong to do in that part, And i dont even have eny display on the graphics card, So Should i try DDU ? maybe it will fix it ?
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it didn't work.
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