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Hello! I think my GPU died. I was playing a non intense game, when I noticed the fans kick in and in the task manager I could see it using 90ish percent of it. Then my screens went black. And since then I havent been able to get any display. I tried a hard reboot and still nothing. CMOS cleaned too. When the computer is booting there is no display either. The computer still works, I managed to login blind and run Spotify to verify everything else is fine. I just am not getting any video output. I confirmed my monitors are fine. Is there anything I can do? Can I replace the graphic card or at least connect via integrated graphics to copy my data over.
I ended up needing to reinstall my Corsair One and now it's completely useless as a gaming machine. Primarily I was using it before for Windows Mixed Reality and my kids FPS games (Rainbow Six Seige, Apex, etc). Everything before the reinstall worked awesome. But now Windows Mixed Reality starts but is so painfully slow as to be unusable, frame rates of Siege is now around 10-20 fps instead of the 200 or so previously. When I'm in either the CPU load according to iCUE is 100% and GPU is less than 10%. Temps seem ok (90-100 C for CPU) and (~30 for GPU) I've tried everything I can think of. All drivers are up to date according to Live Update. Latest NVIDIA driver installed, tried some of the back drivers as well. I don't have Corsair Link 18.104.22.168 or the latest 4C3 BIOS update yet, because the links in the sticky threads appear to be dead and I can't find them anywhere else online. So if there are new links can someone post them so I can try applying them. My current BIOS doesn't seem to have the PCI-E control to set it to GEN2, so I'm assuming that's an updated BIOS thing. I've opened a call with Corsair, but so far the frontline has just sent me a list of standard windows troubleshooting that ended with reinstall Windows which is how I got here in the first place. Supposedly being escalated on Monday. However, with Christmas coming up and several of the kids presents being VR games I would really like to get this working sooner rather than later and these forums seem pretty active so thought I'd see if you all had links that work to the updates and any other ideas so I can stop tearing out what's left on my hair. I'm attaching an msinfo32 export of the system. Appreciate any help you all might be able to give. Happy holidays! corsairone.zip
CORSAIR ONE Z270 BIOS 4C3 Update SOP Important Note: This guide ONLY APPLIES to CORSAIR ONE systems equipped with Z270 motherboards and 7th Gen Intel Core i7 processors. Step 1 – Prepare a USB drive with the BIOS update files Download BIOS update from CORSAIR.com (or click here for direct download) and prepare a USB flash drive by unzipping the download file and copying the contents of the unzipped folder to the root of a blank USB drive (formatted FAT32). Step 2 – Boot to BIOS w/USB drive inserted Insert prepared USB drive into your CORSAIR ONE and boot to BIOS by pressing DELETE key until the BIOS screen appears. Step 3 – Disable Secure Boot in BIOS Once in BIOS, hit F7 and go to “Settings” -> “Advanced” -> “Windows OS” -> “Secure Boot.” Ensure that “Secure Boot Mode” is set to “Disabled.” Step 4 – Boot from USB flash drive Change the Boot Priority in “Settings” -> “Boot.” Change “Boot Option #1” to the UEFI USB Key (the prepared USB drive with the BIOS update files). Hit F10 to save settings and restart, the system should now boot from the USB drive. Step 5 – Follow prompts to proceed with initial BIOS flash Note: If the current BIOS is version 4QF, the following prompt will appear: Note: The system will reboot once during this process. Step 6 – Reboot to complete initial BIOS flash and return to BIOS to begin second flash] Press DELETE key as the system boots to return to BIOS screen. Hit F7 to go to “Advanced mode.” Select “M-FLASH”, follow the prompts. Select the “E7A66IZ1.4C3” file on the USB drive. Continue following the prompts, the process may take a minute or so once it starts. Note: The system will reboot twice during this process. Step 7 – Go into BIOS again and apply default settings During second reboot of the BIOS flash, hit DELETE on your keyboard until the BIOS screen appears again. Hit F6 to apply “Optimized Default” settings (this’ll undo the “Boot Priority” and “Secure Boot” changes made previously) Hit F10 to save and exit BIOS.