Solved GPU crashes pc when plugged in

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hmccarthy

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I have built my pc and everyhting is working apart from my graphics card. When I plug it in my pc does not produce any output but turns on. I have a rtx 2060 and a ASRock Z490M. Ask if i need to clarify anything
 

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Also, when i plug my gpu in the fans do spin and i do not have the fans on my pc hooked up yet so they are off but i dont think that should matter because all im running is windows 10
 

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That may be your problem you should be running a Gold for gaming. The PSU is one thing that you do not want to get cheap.

Let me see if I can get a fellow tech that can explain it better than I can.

The most one of the rails can out put is 480 Watts and that card requires 500 Watt rail to run correctly other wise you will burn out the system over time.

Corsair TX650 info sticker.jpg

 

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Russ is spot on with the PSU guidance, the GAMEMAX VP-600 is a budget unit that should not be used anywhere near an add on GPU, the brand is also not good as even their claimed Gold efficiency PSUs only make it onto Tier C • Recommended for cheap mid/low-end systems

If your CPU has Intel HD graphics, remove the RTX 2060 from the PCI-E slot, put it somewhere safe then hook your screen up to the appropriate video port on the MB, reassemble then power up to see if you get video.
 
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