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Hi,

 

I just bought a new graphics card, Geforce GTX 960.
On the support page of EVGA, manufacturer of my card, they stated that I either have to update my BIOS or buy a new motherboard...

I checked the website and there seems to be no update for bios available.
My current version is AMI 7.13, 5-1-2012.

 

Does that mean that there is no other option than to buy a new motherboard?

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You can try a compatible graphics card

http://h30434.www3.hp.com/t5/Desktop-Hardware-and-Upgrade-Questions/Official-list-of-supported-graph...

 

Or check with the manufacturer of the card

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That was the answer I was dreading....

 

http://support.hp.com/za-en/document/c03080063

Here HP claims to be UEFI compatible, is that in fact the case? Or is the problem that the supported version for UEFI is not recent enough? Can you tell me what UEFI version is that is supported by HP?

 

FYI, In bios there is an option: "Run UEFI application"... However, I always want to execute that UEFI graka application...

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