I am very bad at throwing stuff away. Still have the original box of the vid card, so getting the part number was easy for me.
Already waiting about 5 days though, for an answer to a simple question. Does this card support eufi ?
Its possible my geforce is broken though, but it was working fine when I took it out the pc I am typing this with, using onboard video of the mobo now.
Read something though.
About a problem with GTX vid cards and Ryzen cpu.
That is what I have.
Just got a response from AMD which I will post here:
[FONT=Times New Roman]Thank you for reporting your issue to us, we have had other similar reports and have reproduced it in our labs. [/FONT]
[FONT=Times New Roman]We have narrowed down the problem to be a compatibility issue between new and old technology, the GTX 780 is over 5 years old. [/FONT]
[FONT=Times New Roman]That being said, we were able to work around the bootup issue by setting the PCIe option in the motherboard BIOS to Gen 1. [/FONT]
[FONT=Times New Roman]If you can access your motherboard BIOS and it supports this option, then this may be a feasible workaround for you. [/FONT]
[FONT=Times New Roman]If not, then you may want to consider contacting Nvidia support for further assistance with your GTX 780 issue.
I have a GTX 750 with 1 gig of ram, but exactly the same issue. Can’t even get into bios with the gtx in. No problem with an amd 5700.
Computers can be frustrating, I had installed windows 10 with the hd5700 in.
Then took out hd 5700 and put in the gtx, to install leap 15.1.
Only to find out new pc suddenly did not boot anymore.
Disconnecting both hard disk did not help, nor did a bios reset.
Now will go shopping to get an usb stick and do a bios update. Fingers crossed.
Need to install bios 1.8 first, then something amd all in 1. Then I can install latest bios.
Confirms my love hate relation with pc.