Computer worked fine, moved from floor to desk and now i get no image

As the title says, computer was working fine up until i turned it off to move it. I've tried everything i can think of minus trying a new psu because i'd have to take one out of another system. At first the monitor was just black, then as i kept troubleshooting it now says no cable connected. Computer turns on, fans spin/light up, etc.

Things I've tried:

Checking hdmi connections (tried different cables)
Removing gpu and reinstalling
Trying gpu in different system (worked fine)
Removing power cable and cycling
Different monitor
Removing ram
Clearing cmos
praying to every god i could think of

Full System Specs:

CPU: Ryzen 1700
Mobo: Msi 350m Bazooka
Memory: 16gb (2x2 8gb) Patriot ddr4
GPU: Msi Rx 580 4gb
PSU: 750w Corsair (not sure exactly which model)

Please help!

Edit: tried new psu, didn't fix the problem. Guess it's down to the mobo or cpu..
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  1. Have you tried connecting the monitor(s) to other device? (Like another PC, DVD Player or something like that) and see if it works? If you have, you can try connecting TV via different cables (HDMI, VGA, DVI, Another HDMI, etc.)
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  2. VideoklipBG said:
    Have you tried connecting the monitor(s) to other device? (Like another PC, DVD Player or something like that) and see if it works? If you have, you can try connecting TV via different cables (HDMI, VGA, DVI, Another HDMI, etc.)


    Yes i have tried another pc and it worked no problem. tried both computers with two different monitors and had the same result. Only thing i couldn't do was try a different type of cable (didn't have a dvi handy), but get this: I work at a cell phone repair shop and i brought it to work today to mess with it. Plug it in, it resets twice, boots into bios, i restart and i'm in windows. I have no clue what happened, I'm ecstatic that it is working again but so frustrated that i never found out what the problem was!
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  3. Maybe the issue was something in the MB even after you did CMOS clear / reset... Hopefully everything works fine and if something like that happen again you can maybe try removing the MB battery, if you have not done so already. :)
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  4. VideoklipBG said:
    Maybe the issue was something in the MB even after you did CMOS clear / reset... Hopefully everything works fine and if something like that happen again you can maybe try removing the MB battery, if you have not done so already. :)


    I've taken that battery out about 10 times, i have no idea. pretty sure it has something to do with the board, all seems well now. i'm just worried about it happening again
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  5. I figured it out! embarrassed to say, turns out it was the power strip it was plugged into. never had a power strip cause that before... hours later, now i know lol
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