Question GPU not detected, no fan spin, no display, not getting warm

SIC PARVIS MAGNA

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Pretty much the title, computer crashed all of a sudden yesterday while plugging in a fan while it was powered on( yes it was, stupid of me to do so).

Gpu (rtx 2080 Super) showed temperature like -40c to -20c in msi afterburner. I removed the gpu and I noticed 2 smd came off the pcb, so i tried it without those and later got those soldered ( from a mobile repair shop) on to the PCB, still nothing.

After some windows recovery , i tried another GPU(gtx 1060 with DDU) and it works fine with games. But when i plug in the 2080 ,I get no display, no fan spin, just the gpu logo lights up, it doesn't even get warm.

Here is what i have tried:
Different pcie slot
Leaving it for an hour without turning on
wrapping it in anti static bag
reset bios
reset cmos
different power cables
tried booting up with the 2 gpu, 2080 is not recognized in the mobo bios

Thank you in advance.

Apologies for the grammar, and sorry if i missed out on something
 
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Lutfij

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yesterday while plugging in a fan while it was powered on
I think you did a number on the PCIe slot or the motherboard.

I removed the gpu and I noticed 2 smd came off the pcb, so i tried it without those and later go those soldered on to the PCB, still nothing.
That's usually then start of the end for any electronic device.

Make and model of your motherboard and the PSU in your build? Age of the PSU?
 
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SIC PARVIS MAGNA

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yesterday while plugging in a fan while it was powered on
I think you did a number on the PCIe slot or the motherboard.

I removed the gpu and I noticed 2 smd came off the pcb, so i tried it without those and later go those soldered on to the PCB, still nothing.
That's usually then start of the end for any electronic device.

Make and model of your motherboard and the PSU in your build? Age of the PSU?
The pcie slot works fine with my 1060, i did try putting the 2080 in another slot, still of no use.

The thing is gpu was acting up even before i removed it.

Motherboard : MSI Z87 G41. PSU: Cooler Master G750M it about 6 year old
 

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