Hey Guys, I'm lucky enough to have been gifted a PC that was recently shipped to me with GPU sent separately because its so large it may have destroyed the Motherboard during the shipping. Computer worked fine before it was partially stripped for shipping. Everything Minus the GPU was shipped in Original Case Box with the original foam. GPU was sent in original box with Bubble Wrap around it. It's been a long while since I've built a PC and I'm not completely up to scratch with new tech. The Motherboard Clip for PCI-E slot was a pain to access with the card in and it popped off when I tried to pull the card out to reseat but it doesn't appear to be anything more than a plastic clip (i.e. no visible solders that were pulled off the board). I managed to bung the clip back in no dramas and I think they have it designed to just hold the card in place but be able to pop off (could be wrong). I installed the GPU (made sure to plug in both PCI-E Rails) and went to power on and lights come on but nobody is home and nothing engages with my monitors. I've reseated everything (including CPU) to no avail. RGB Ram lights up, CPU HSF Powers, the GPU Fan ball bearing engages but doesn't spin up (I read somewhere that it doesn't start the fan until the temperature increases) but there are lights on the card that light up. I just get nothing to the display and from my understanding there isn't any video on this CPU to test if its just a faulty GPU. System Specs: NZXT H400i White Corsair CX650i ASUS Prime B450M-K AMD Ryzen 5 2600 w/Stock Cooler Galax GeForce GTX 1080 8GB Samsung EVO 970 M2 SSD 512gb GSkill Trident Z RGB 16GB (2 x 8GB) 3200MHz Dell Ultrasharp U240x (its either 7 or 9) Dell Ultrasharp U23xx (Forget Year) I'm not sure how best to diagnose the faulty part here. I don't have any recent specced computers to test the faulty parts in to see which part is broken. Hoping sincerely its not the GPU as that's the most expensive to replace but I have no way of telling if the Motherboard or CPU got damaged in transit. I'm hoping the OCAU Brains Trust can help out here. I hope I've given enough detail as I'm at a bit of a loss and mostly sad that its not working.