Solved Installed New GPU, Start up takes too long, Can't enter Bios

Nvidia / 750 ti
September 29, 2015 at 01:37:38
Specs: Windows 8 32 bits, i5-3330 3.0ghz/ 4GB RAM
I bought a Geforce GTX 750 Ti and installed it, computer takes a long time to start up, around 2 minutes and makes several beep sounds in the process, once it start ups video card works fine, tried several games and they work smoothly. If i take out the video card then it start ups super fast, just in seconds. Also can't enter the BIOS setup with this new GPU.

These are my specs:

CPU: i5-3330 3.0Ghz
Motherboard: Gygabyte GA-H61M-S1
Power Source: Sentey STY-60 (600w)
GPU: NVIDIA GeForce GTX 750 Ti
RAM: 4GB
HDD: Western Digital Blue WD10EZEX 1TB

Video showing my start up with/without new GPU: https://youtu.be/fUIDXqkRmmc

P.S: Sometimes when i open several stuff and I start using a lot of my RAM screen turns black and im forced to restart, it only happened a few times, i've been using this GPU for a week.

I hope someone can help me out, thanks a lot


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September 29, 2015 at 13:48:18
Sentey STY-60 = cheap, low end garbage. Only 14A on the +12v rail? Invest in a decent power supply before it's too late.

http://mla-d1-p.mlstatic.com/fuente...



#1
September 29, 2015 at 05:00:16
Strange that you can't get into BIOS with new card - that seems to point towards hardware. I'm wondering if it is pulling the voltages down or something. See what others think but I would be inclined to return it under warranty.

Always pop back and let us know the outcome - thanks


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#2
September 29, 2015 at 07:00:05
Don't know about why you couldn't access the bios, but startup time sounds like too many programs are loading at startup now. I just installed the same card in my machine and noticed a slower stop time also. When you install the driver for the card, it also install software called the geforce experience which checks for driver updates etc. Click on Start / Run and type msconfig. Click the startup tab and uncheck all the things that aren't necessary for startup. You can always start the geforce software manually when you want to.

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#3
September 29, 2015 at 12:56:22
these are the only things that are enabled at startup

http://imgur.com/rM3sKrM

should i disable them?


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#4
September 29, 2015 at 13:48:18
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Sentey STY-60 = cheap, low end garbage. Only 14A on the +12v rail? Invest in a decent power supply before it's too late.

http://mla-d1-p.mlstatic.com/fuente...


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#5
September 29, 2015 at 14:38:05
Upon looking at the specs, I agree with rider. Get a new psu. Look for one that has a single 12 volt rail like the Corsair line.
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produ...

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#6
September 29, 2015 at 15:48:35
Tried my video card at a friends house, everything works perfectly, must be my power supply, thanks a lot for helping me out guys, I guess I'll have to save up some money and use my old gpu uwu

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#7
September 29, 2015 at 17:14:23
If the power is a problem the PC would shutdown or reboot. Since you say; once booted all is OK I think the GPU is waiting for something to happen.
On power on it should show some txt from the GPU with firmware version etc..
Apparently the BIOS can't get the GPU to respond in a timely manner.
Uninstall the GForce software and reinstall perhaps a older version of the GForce driver package.
I'm not a gamer but also had problems with a new version of GPU driver package so I stopped the automatic update. I think the latest versions are tailored towards windows 10..

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