Question Bought "New" GPU, fans spinning, no display

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So my setup is
Asrock h61m-ps4
Evga 500w1 80+ white
MSI Gt 630 2gb ddr3
I3 3240
I just bought an Asus gtx 750 ti oc, i unplugged the old gpu and put the New one, started the system and it doesn't work, so i replugged the old GPU and now that doesn't work too, only way to boot up the PC was to use the CPU integrated Graphics
I have an only VGA monitor ( probably Older than me, it's 900p 75hz)
Idk what to do, maybe i broke something in the Pci Express? Should i change motherboard?
If yes what mobo?
It needs to have socket 1155 for the CPU (i ordered a Xeon e3 1220v2)
 
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I purchased it used, my monitor is a Fujitsu Siemens l19w, the monitor has only VGA, so I'm connecting it via VGA.
The problem is the old gpu isn't working too now
Edit: I've uninstalled all gpu drivers, but it's Not working
The PSU is brand new
Gpu bought used
Yes i have Put the 6 pin in the New one, the old one is low power
 
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Idk what to do, my mobo BIOS is from 2013 but the Older gpu worked... So probably not that, maybe when i get up tomorrow ill check something on BIOS
Edit: nope doesn't work, i really think that the Pci Express slot is broken somehow
 
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jojesa

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Try resetting the BIOS by removing the CMOS battery.
Power off, switch PSU to off and remove the power cord.
Press the power button for 15-20 seconds.
Remove the CMOS battery...wait 10 minutes and re-insert the CMOS battery back.
Place the old GPU.
Connect the display cable to a GPU port.
Connect power cord, switch PSU to ON and power the PC.
 
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Try resetting the BIOS by removing the CMOS battery.
Power off, switch PSU to off and remove the power cord.
Press the power button for 15-20 seconds.
Remove the CMOS battery...wait 10 minutes and re-insert the CMOS battery back.
Place the old GPU.
Connect the display cable to a GPU port.
Connect power cord, switch PSU to ON and power the PC.
Yeah i did that yesterday and the old gpu is working, the New one doesn't so i guess it's a faulty gpu
 

jojesa

Illustrious
Yeah i did that yesterday and the old gpu is working, the New one doesn't so i guess it's a faulty gpu
Yes, that one you call "New one" could be faulty.
Take in consideration that the GTX 750 Ti was released 7 years ago and it could have been running in some else system for that long.
Some of them found on eBay and Aliexpress are even fake.
 

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