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    Gigabyte ga-ma785gmt problem with GTX 750TI

    I am using a Gigabyte ga-ma785gmt-ud2h motherboard and have recently purchased a new GTX 750TI graphics card without the PCIE connector. The Power Supply that I use is of Antec 600W and for 2 months everything was working well on my pc. But from last couple of weeks my computer is acting weird. When I try to boot my computer then it will boot but not with anything on the screen, many times in a day. To solve this issue I have to disconnect and then reconnect the hardware inside my cabinet. Can anyone tell me how do I solve this problem? Thanks

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    Re: Gigabyte ga-ma785gmt problem with GTX 750TI

    Well, how long have you been using your motherboard? Have you tried to download and install the latest BIOS for your mobo because it looks to me that the old motherboard bios is having some problem with the new graphics card that you have purchased. Also, in which PCIe slot are you using the video card, whether in pcie 16x slot or some other slot? It might also be possible that the card could be fauly, so try to test it on another computer just to make sure it isnt.

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    Re: Gigabyte ga-ma785gmt problem with GTX 750TI

    The Gigabyte motherboard that you are using is very old and it is not good to use a new generation video card on an old aged mobo. If you are using it, then you are tend to get booting issues, black screens and even the card would bottleneck and wont be able to give its best performance either in gaming or in some video intensive work. If after installing the new BIOS for the motherboard the problem still remains then the only option left for you is to change the motherboard.

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    Re: Gigabyte ga-ma785gmt problem with GTX 750TI

    There are many things that can be counted here for the problems. First of all, as said above, it might be a compatibility problem with the motherboard you are using. There could also be a problem with the power supply that you are using. Or else, the main problem might be with the graphics card itself. I would suggest you to test the GTX 750TI card on another computer with PCIE slot and see if the other computer is able to boot normally or giving same problem?

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