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Gigabyte GA-Z77X-D3H LGA1155 ATX Motherboard

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Gigabyte Z77x-d3h not booting with pcie in place Discussion in ‘ Motherboards ‘ started by TazzfalconMar 1, Mar 1, at Mar 8, Posts: Hi all, I just got this board through today, along with a k, 16gb black dragon ram and an pro ssd.

I am still wanting to use my HD However I can’t get a picture on screen at all when I put my fully working card in either pcie slot.

I’m using an antec truepower w psu that is also not new and works fine. I’m using a hdmi cable, if I take this out and put it in the motherboard hdmi and take the gfx card out completely I get to the bios every time, card goes back in and i can’t get a ga-z77x-3h from either output?

Jul 11, Posts: Oct 1, Posts: Mar 1, at 7: Mar 1, at 9: Aug 23, Posts: Worth a shot if you’re really having difficulties. Mar 14, Posts: Can you get into the BIOS using the onboard graphics, and have you tried plugging in to each possible output on the card?


In my case it was simply that the image wasn’t being output to the screen, rather than an issue between Mobo and GPU. Mine was a HD Just wanted to share my experience on the off chance it would save you time and effort.

System will not proceed past BIOS screen when GTX 980 is installed

It sounds very similar to my problem, the BIOS version just didn’t “like” my new graphics card so everything worked absolutely fine through the onboard graphics as long as I didn’t have the card plugged in As soon as I plugged it in – nothing That’s what makes me worry it’s not an issue that can be rectified by a manul bios.

The description of the F17bios is ‘Support Secure boot option’ so I doubt it would have much of an effect. I wonder if for some strange reason simply the process of flashing a new BIOS resets something that isn’t properly cleared by CMOS or taking the manal out Does anyone know if it works to flash the BIOS with the same version you already have?

Seems a bit pointless but if the above is true Worth a try I guess! Gx-z77x-d3h – worked it out no worries!! Actually – perhaps I haven’t.

I’ve extracted the bios download to my USB stick. I manula see three items on the stick: I’ve got my new as yet completely unused SSD hooked up along with my old boot HDD which I’ll be formatting once all my issues are rectified. I’ll nip into the bios as soon as it’s done and make sure it’s still on AHCI and change the boot priority again.


Mar 2, at 9: Ga-z77x-3dh deal – nothing from onboard or the card whilst the card was in place.

Gigabyte Z77X-D3H motherboard review – Introduction

In desperation I even flipped the dual bios switch on my flashed HD – still nothing. So I took the card out and nipped into the bios and flashed it to the latest f17 beta bios. Reset boot priority, removed gw-z77x-d3h stick and as before disabled onboard graphics and set display priority to PEG. No dice from anything with the card in place.

Into the bios I go?!

GA-Z77X-D3H (rev. ): Can’t enter BIOS

Really don’t know what to make of it. What would happen if I put a regular HD in I wonder?

Also, how much of a hit am I going to take in games for this? I know the answer to that, so I’d really like to try and get it working unlocked again. Otherwise it will render my actual CPU upgrade etc, much g-z77x-d3h of a good thing in games as I’ll take the corresponding gfx card hit! Any suggestions to this odd problem? Mar 2, at 1: Mar 2, at 5: Thanks Wazza that’d be awesome! You must log in or sign up to reply here. Your Username or Email Address: Do you already have an account?

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