Put the 580 back in the machine.
Unplug all disk and disc.
Remove all ram sticks.
Unplug all usb connected devices.
Disconnect the monitor from the gpu.
Does the machine power on?
So, yesterday, I was just playing some GTA with my friends, when suddenly my PC turned off and refused to turn on since. No sign of life when I try to turn it on, no fans spinning, just motherboard lights up for like a microsecond.
When I unplug the GPU (Radeon RX 580), I get a sign of life, fans start spinning, lights are working. But I can't do much, since I have a Ryzen 2600 along with it, which does not have an iGPU.
I tried putting my brother's GPU (GTX 1050 Ti) into my system, and it booted up without an issue, but when I put my 580 back, the same thing like on the video happened. Just motherboard lighting up for a moment.
Did I just fry my GPU? Or could there be any other issue? I am really desperate, as I was working on a Family Christmas Video, and I can't even finish it now, because of this. It also might be something with the PSU? Since my GPU has an 8 pin, but my brother's just runs off mobo power.
I would appreciate any kind of help, thank yoy everyone.