My computer wont start up with my graphics card inserted

When i turn on my PC it my videocard starts to blow air, stops quickly and blows again for 5 times after that it starts to blow on full speed but without image and my bios starts to choose the onboard-videocard and starts windows normally. It looks like it is not getting enough power to start my GPU but my powersupply was always good enough for my current PC. now i want to know which part is broken. my videocard, powersupply or my mainboard.

Any ideas?
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  1. Yes it is preferring the add in card. When there is no add in card detected it starts the onboard one
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