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PNY Geforce GT710 vodeo card issues

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I am trying to install a PNY Geforce GT710 video card, and the fan turns on, but when i connect the video cable, i get nothing on the screen, am i doing anything incorrectly?

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PNY Geforce GT710 vodeo card issues

@eltoro69, welcome to the forum.

 

I believe the problem is the PCIe slot on your motherboard (see the section titled Expansion Slots).  It is a PCI Express x4 and the video card (see the Specification tab) requires PCI Express 2.0 x8.

 

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