Question [HELP] My gpu fan is working but my Gpu isnt displaying anything on my monitor

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So a few days ago i was just playing a game on my PC fell off of my case and disconnected from the rizer cable, and when i connected it again it wouldn't display anything.
I've tried updating my bios ( nothing ), I've tried Cleaning it ( Nothing ), I've tried booting with one ram stick ( Nothing ), I've tried disabling my onboard.

So i'm not sure what to try now, i hope i can get it to work.
 
I dont understand something,you said "So a few days ago i was just playing a game on my PC fell off of my case and disconnected from the rizer cable " <- what fell of your case?
<-i suppose gpu.
Have you tried it in the motherboards slot?
List full pc specs,including powersupply.
 
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oh yeah sorry, so the gpu fell off of the case and the gpu disconnected from the rizer cable.
Also i cant connect the gpu to the motherboard because the case is to small and it wont fit
 
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This is my specs ->

System Model: HP Compaq 8100 Elite SFF PC
Processor: Intel(R) Core(TM) i5 CPU 650 @ 3.20GHZ (4 CPUs)
Memory: 16384MB RAM
OS: Windows 10
Onboard GPU: Intel(R) HD Graphics (I wanna use my NVidia GPU but wont detect)
PSU: HP High Efficiency 240W Max
 
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Since i cant fit the gpu into the case im using a rizer cable and i sat the gpu on top of the case, and it fell of from the top
 

vov4ik_il

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Worst case is a blown pcie hub or card line, pcie is not hot-swappable.
Before drawing conclusions, I would
  • check GPU for knocked off components
  • check the board slot, the riser cable
  • if it fell onto the board - check it for missing stuff too
  • verify that the psu does not go into protect mode on the +12 aux, the psu is skinny.
 
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NOOOOOOOOOO thats a dent or scratch which means that my gpu is dead. I dont know how that happened, i always have the fan on the chip, or over the chip

Well thanks for your help :)
 

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