[SOLVED] Does Nvidia GTX 1070ti support on Gigabyte GA-P61A-D3 motherboard?

I have Core i7-2700k on Gigabyte GA-P61A-D3. Now i want to upgrade my cpu with new Nvidia gtx 1070ti. The motherboard has PCIEX16 slot. It supposed to be supportive as 1070ti works on PCIEX16 slot. But this folowing website does not have my motherboard listed. Could you guys help me giving the information?

http://www.pc-specs.com/gpu/Nvidia/10_Series/GeForce_GTX_1070_Ti/4015/Compatible_Motherboards
I've looked up your motherboard you should be fine- PCIE is backward compatible- the only issue for installing new graphics cards into old motherboards is that some new graphics cards will only work on motherboards with UEFI bios support. These are usually AMD Radeon cards though, and looking up your motherboard it does have a UEFI bios so you should be good. The only thing I would say is it might be worth making sure your motherboard bios is updated to the latest version, just to make sure, as some earlier motherboards had a UEFI mode added in an update.
 
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I have Core i7-2700k on Gigabyte GA-P61A-D3. Now i want to upgrade my cpu with new Nvidia gtx 1070ti. The motherboard has PCIEX16 slot. It supposed to be supportive as 1070ti works on PCIEX16 slot. But this folowing website does not have my motherboard listed. Could you guys help me giving the information?

http://www.pc-specs.com/gpu/Nvidia/10_Series/GeForce_GTX_1070_Ti/4015/Compatible_Motherboards
I've looked up your motherboard you should be fine- PCIE is backward compatible- the only issue for installing new graphics cards into old motherboards is that some new graphics cards will only work on motherboards with UEFI bios support. These are usually AMD Radeon cards though, and looking up your motherboard it does have a UEFI bios so you should be good. The only thing I would say is it might be worth making sure your motherboard bios is updated to the latest version, just to make sure, as some earlier motherboards had a UEFI mode added in an update.
 
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I've looked up your motherboard you should be fine- PCIE is backward compatible- the only issue for installing new graphics cards into old motherboards is that some new graphics cards will only work on motherboards with UEFI bios support. These are usually AMD Radeon cards though, and looking up your motherboard it does have a UEFI bios so you should be good. The only thing I would say is it might be worth making sure your motherboard bios is updated to the latest version, just to make sure, as some earlier motherboards had a UEFI mode added in an update.
Thanks buddy for the help 👍😊
 
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