This motherboard wont recognise my Asus GTX560 video card

I just built a new computer with a Gigabyte Z68A-D3H-B3 motherboard but ir wont recognize my Asus GTX560 Video Card.
I have checked all the bios settings and have installed all the drivers.
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  1. so do you get display when you plug ur monitor into it?

    plug the card in (make sure u connect any aux power connectors), connect your monitor to the card (NOT ONBOARD VIDEO) do you get display as the computer turns on?
  2. Get nothing when plugged into GTX560 card. Do get video on onboard port.
    I plugged the dvi into the GTX560 and rebooted and nothing came on the monitor.
    I keep getting a error message that it cant find the ASUS GTX560 card.
    The card is active as the cooling fan is running.
    No documentation to help. Check bios settings.
  3. Well finally got the problem solved.
    Thanks to the manufacturer not providing and technical information
    other than plug this in and plug in the power.

    I finally figured it out thanks to corsair with the correct pwer supply cables included with
    my Corsair 750 watt power supply...I simply was plugged into the wrong voltage.

    It would be nice to have more documentation from the video card provider.

  4. disasterman said:
    I simply was plugged into the wrong voltage.
    I don't believe it's possible to do that.
    The cables are 'key-holed' at both the PSU and GPU. It won't let you make a mistake.
    If you can plug into the graphics card and into the PSU you're on the right voltage.

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