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    Quote Originally Posted by cadillacdan View Post
    I installed a GeForce GTX 2070 Super with Bios (1105), which is what the MOBO already had. I have the graphics card in slot 1 and I have no other slots occupied. In the BIOS graphics card is not showing up under the GPU setting and show not supported. It does ever so often show up but at X8 not the X16. Not sure if there something wrong with PCIX16_1. With all the issues I am still able to see WIndows 10. Not understanding if the MOBO doesn't see grpahics cards how is the monitor still working meaning I can still watch youtube videos, surf the internet and so on. Grahpics card also shows up in device manager. Also been having issues with sleep mode and when I wake up PC the screen is black, which could be related.
    Only GTX Graphics cards will show up in BIOS (you have an RTX card). Everything else doesn't show up. You can check to see what PCIe slots are occupied and that PCIe slot 1 is running at 16X but that is it. No need to worry about this.
    Last edited by Jesseinsf; 05-28-2020 at 06:25 PM.

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