I am having issues installing a new gpu on my new desktop...less than a week old..so of course it is a windows 7...I did follow all the steps and when I install the new card nothing happens...zilch-oh...nada..nothing but fan noise and I mean loud too...think hair dryer.....put the old card (hd 7570) back in and its up and running in no time flat...I got this desktop for that very purpose to upgrade the gpu and it is rather frustrating to not be able to use the thing. I have the six core AMD FX-6120 3.6GHz and the mobo only has one pci-e slot so no crossfire there but should not the new card atleast start and give me a display so I can work with it further or could it be my 460w psu won't push it? I have seen on other forums think it was Tomshardware that people had connected it up to even a 300w and had no problems but AMD advised me that the 460 was underpowered and that I had to connect both 6 pin connectors on the side of the new card. I only have one extra 6 pin anyway....whereas I saw nothing of that nature in the manual it just says plug it in your slot and make sure it is tight... hook up the display and fire that bad boy up....at present I am dead in the water without being able to do anything with the new card...is it a bad card? underpowered? (which I find a little hard to believe) and yes my HDMI cable is good as the old card works like a champ.any ideas out there on what may cause this thing to act like this???