I went to local Microcenter today. They had signs plastered all over the exterior of the building that they had no 3080/3090 stock and will not have any for the foreseeable future. Nvidia pretty much paperlaunched this thing.
I would strip it down to bare essentials until it POSTs.
Remove everything except CPU, video, and one DIMM. Reseat the DIMM as well. Move the DIMM through all sockets. If that still doesn't get video, use another DIMM.
What video card again?
Performance leaks are coming out, and Nvidia may not be king for long. Big Navi does seem to have a lot of rasterization muscle.
Couple of questions:
What is your powersupply wattage? You went from a 95 w TDP chip to a 125 w TDP chip. If you were on the edge of the powersupply capabilities, it might explain the issue.
Also have you tried resetting your CMOS? there are usually jumpers on the motherboard that you can...
Bowling alley was one that was available all the way into the 90s IIRC. There was an indoor strip mall within walking distance of my house that had one in an atrium/vestibule.
Such a better time then. Elementary school smoke breaks..
i was at the grocery store earlier today and the PA system was playing Glenn Frey's " you belong to the city" and i remembered when I, as an elementary student in the 80s, could buy cigarettes from a vending machine rather than behind the counter from someone who wasn't even born then.
6000 series (big navi) was teased, and whatever sku they teased, is in the ballpark of 3080.
I like competition but am stuck in the AMD camp because they actually care about FOSS.