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Everything else is detected and working perfectly on my new computer except my GTX 1080Ti GFX Card. I have a Asus Prime Z490-A motherboard, and have gone over all the troubleshooting steps I could find on the internet. Bios doesn't have much to offer, all the hardware is secure and properly placed, everything is plugged in correctly, reinstalling drivers. No matter what I do I cannot get the MOBO to detect the GPU with Windows 10.
 
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Try with a different GPU if possible.

If that GPU is still not detected, it might be an issue with your motherboard or even your CPU.

If it detects the other GPU, you probably have a dead card.
 
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It could be a multitude of things.
  1. Dead PCI slot on your motherboard.
  2. Dead GPU
  3. Insufficient power to the GPU
Have you tried using another GPU in the system to see if maybe the graphics card itself could be the issue?
 
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It could be a multitude of things.
  1. Dead PCI slot on your motherboard.
  2. Dead GPU
  3. Insufficient power to the GPU
Have you tried using another GPU in the system to see if maybe the graphics card itself could be the issue?
1. Tried other PCI-E Slot
2. GPU works fine in other computer.
3. I have the 6 + 2 connector inserted correctly and a 1000w EVGA Gold PSU.
 
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