I have a problem, I have motherboard Intel G41 and a graphics card Asus HD7750. When I set the graphics card in the PCI Express slot and power on the PC the graphics card's fan starts at max speed and some beeps but the PC doesn't boot.
Once I achieve that worked but suddenly the graphics card's fan accelerate at max speed and the PC shuts down.
i cant think of anything, the only thing i can think is the PSU maybe?
or maybe when u put in the GPU u accidently losened some other wire.
make sure all of them are right. i say disconnect and reconnect them all.
and does your pc boot if u remove the GPU?
Well, I don't think that the monitor is the problem since the first time I tried to configure the card it worked, but, some days later, the card's fan suddenly accelerated at max speed and the PC shuts down.
The card worked well with GNU/LInux debian and Windows 7. I afraid if the card is damaged.
well pc boots up without the GPU and with a GPU it gives a overheating warning,
well the card is new so overheating due to dust is very unlikely.
did u test it in another system, it has very low chances of working but still wont be the worst idea.