I put it together and used onboard graphics to install Windows, do all the updates, install drivers etc. When I went to upgrade my graphics card drivers it says it doesn't detect compatible hardware so I reboot and go into my BIOS. My BIOS has a tool that shows my board and what is plugged in where, it isn't detecting my graphics card.
TROUBLESHOOTING STEPS BELOW:
In BIOS settings I've made sure it is set to default to PCI-E graphics, not onboard.
The fan on the GPU is spinning, so it appears to be getting power.
I used my old PCI-E video card (5770) and my BIOS detected it, I put the 680 in my old rig and I got video through it. I am at a loss here. I don't want to RMA the card yet because I think it works, I'm just at a loss here.
Extra info: The 5770 I used to trouble shoot only needed one 6-pin power connected, the 680 needs two. I have a modular power supply and swapped PCI-E 6 pin connectors in case that was the issue.
I am at a loss as to what to do here with this, any help would be appreciated.
I am only able to view BIOS with my onboard graphics, minus when I had my old card in. Also, I did get the 680 to boot ONE time. I did nothing different but after a reboot it didn't detect it anymore but I know it was detected because I loaded all the way into Windows and was able to install drivers.