Question Computer wont boot with gpu installed

pbkings2015

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May 18, 2018
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Specs:
Ram 16gb ddr4
Cpu: Intel core i1 7700
Gpu: asus gtx 1060 turbo
Storage: 2tb hdd 256gb ssd
Psu: evga 600b
Motherboard: gigabyte ga-h110m-a

So I accidentally spilled a bit of pop ( like less than a quarter of a can) on my pc, I immediately turned it off took it apart and cleaned it with a damp rag then dried it off with a dry rag then put it back together, even though the only part with pop on it was the gpu. Now when I boot the pc nothing happens except for the light around the power button on the pc lights up. I've tested all the parts and the only one that causes this problem is the gpu when I have it installed. Now the gpu is seated correctly and the power cord is connected properly and the power light on the gpu even lights up white. My question is that is their something I've overlooked to stop my PC from booting or do I need to buy a new gpu?
 
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clutchc

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Sounds like the graphics card took the damage, huh? Might have dried pop in the PCIe x16 slot, tho. Check the card's edge connector too. I take it that the PC is fine when on the iGPU?

Where did you find the spill ended up in/on the PC?
 

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