bustle93All the cables are from the same PSU using three different cables as in no y splitter or second in the cable I have tried to clear CMOS but still nothing as for fast boot bios doesn't see anything in the slot so I don't think fast boot would make windows see it but I'll try both of those again and I've made sure bios is completely up to date even have resizable bar option.Also it's windows 11 I'll go try some more of this and report back.
Cool GTX W11 .. OK good to know OS being used ... but if it does not show in BIOS, we need to "fix" that first Do you have a second PC you could try to just boot & then shutdown ? the MB needs to be able to run an update After PC starts ."update the UEFI files"... (aka MB has to LOOK for hardware) ... that is why - Fast Boot = OFF & CSM = Off I agree the old GPU seems to indicate that MB & CPU "functions" .... I'm not convinced MB has poled for new hardware 1) Load & Save Default BIOS settings (after you record current settings - snap some photos with your phone)2) Reboot3) Remove all power - anything with a plug connected to PC - now hold start button 15 seconds - then reconnect power4) Reboot & enter BIOS - disable CMS & Fast Boot - check Drive & RAM settings (No XMP yet) ---- Save BIOS & reboot5) Enter BIOS - does the GPU show in BIOS .... (PCIe slot populated) What type of cable from GPU to monitor are you using ?
bustle93Update idk how or why but it is working kinda I'm getting some visual artifacts and screen flashing now but better then nothing