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Question RX 480 died. No power. No display. Mobo not detecting

AshishSoni

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After 4 and a half years my beloved Sapphire RX 480 died on me(I'm quite emotional to be honest)

I was gaming then suddenly my display goes black and PC auto shuts off. Then PC automatically turns on but without any display. I open the case and see that the fans are no longer spinning on my RX 480 when computer is on

If I remove the card, PC works fine. Motherboard no longer detects it when it's plugged in and I get no display from the card.

My power supply is relatively new (Corsair CX 550 gray) and I'm quite certain it's not because of that.

There is one thing though. Just few weeks ago I bought a new monitor and a displayport cable. For 4 years I've been gaming on HDMI but recently(1-2 weeks ago)I moved to displayport. Do you think DP killed my card?

It's obviously out of warranty and I live in India. Do you think repair is possible? Do service center provide options to repair/replace when card is out of warranty?
 

logikabg2004

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I mean if it's a memoru cheap or a conductor, you might be able to fix it but , you need specialized tools for that and spare parts, which are hard to find.
 

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