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  1. #11
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    But I have a GTX750, and unless I'm really blind, it doesn't have any 6 or 8 pin power ports.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SNB43 View Post
    But I have a GTX750, and unless I'm really blind, it doesn't have any 6 or 8 pin power ports.
    Then you don't need them... it's not like they're hiding, if they're not on the card you're good to go.

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    But the card isn't being recognised anymore - that's where I'm confused. The fans still spins and, from what a100 has said, I assume that means that the graphics card is not dead, yet I can't see any evidence of it in the Device Manager.
    Last edited by SNB43; 11-25-2015 at 04:54 PM.

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    Bro GPU doesnt die like that.

    Make sure the PCI slot is intact and properly pressed into the mother board.

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    I worked out the problem. Even though the unit could not go in any further, I had not pushed the PCIe card in fully (I didn't realise it itself needed to click).

    Thanks for your help guys.

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    Glad to hear it.

    Next time when you try to play with the Card, while trying to place it back into the case, make sure you input the whole unit together, meaning while pressing the Card into it`s place, keep an eye on the PCI slot being properly aimed for its place. Once the unit edges are parallel to the case - meaning it looks fit where it should be - then make your final move, press the PCI slot into the place and lock it.

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    Will do.

    Tbh I thought the issue was with the PCIe slot from the beginning, but I was too scared to push the card in more, in case it broke, so I convinced myself the problem was something else :P

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    Quote Originally Posted by SNB43 View Post
    I didn't have any power connectors connecting the graphics card to the computer. I had a 6 and 8 pin in the box though. Do I need to use these and if so where do I connect them?
    See here:
    http://www.pcmarket.com.au/blog/upgr...980-video-card

    and look at the 9th picture down.

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