Problems with new motherboard and GPU

So I just bought three new parts: i5 4670k, Gigabyte Z87X-D3H and MSI GTX 770.

I'm on day 2 of trying to troubleshoot why these parts aren't working.

TL;DR Issue: No display when GTX 770 is in the PCIEx16 slot (can't view BIOS or anything).

Tested Scenarios:
- Different GPU (Radeon HD 6850)-> Works.
- GTX 770 in PCIEx8 -> Works to boot and view bios, but loses picture when driver is attempted to be installed.
- GTX 770 in PCIEx16 of different motherboard -> Works.
- iGPU only -> Works

System boots when iGPU is enabled with display connected to it and device manager detects GTX 770, but still doesn't work.

Attempted Solutions:
- Fresh Windows install (8.1 Pro x64)
- BIOS Settings Tested: PCIE Gen 2, Gen 3 and Auto | Secure Boot Disabled/Enabled | iGPU Enabled/Disabled

i5 4670k
Gigabyte Z87X-D3H
GTX 770
Corsair HX650W
4x4GB Corsair Vengence

When it comes to hard drives, it appears the Z87 chipset has issues with old Sandforce drives (of which I have 2 OCZ Vertex 2's) so I'd intermittently have the boot drive being detected. I've since changed my boot drive (only drive connected) to a WD Blue 320GB.

Old System (GTX 770 works fine):
Phenom II x4 955
Gigabyte 890GPA-UD3H
(Same PSU, RAM and HDD)
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  1. try to update the bios.
  2. Sorry, forgot to include that. I've tried both on the stock version F7 bios as well as the newest F8 version. They didn't have a beta bios I could find.

    EDIT: I've also now tried beta version F9a to no avail.
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