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Drivers or other software will not help you with this problem. It looks like you have PCIe slot degradation.Or something like that.
You need to align your video card in horizontal direction and fixate it by something. Use your fantasy
Or lay your PC on its side.(as temporary workaround)
Hey, thanks for the reply!
Is there anything that I can do to minimize PCIe slot degradation? (What is PCIe slot degradation, have had no luck googling it).
The problem would be from the male PCIe connector on the graphics card degrading not the female slot on the motherboard right? Since the card has the same problems on different PCIe 3.0 slots from different systems.
I tried aligning the graphics card horizontally but for now it seems to only work when the case is literally upside down (and it only intermittently works like that). I'll try to make a more permanent bracket for it to sit with, do you think there might be intermittent issues even with a metal bracket due to further degradation?
I meant physical degradation.Your PCIe slot (and your GPU PCIe contacts too) can be damaged due to GPU plate biasing.
Try to fixate your GPU by metal or wooden bracket. If you will find a sweet spot (good contact) it can stop your GPU disconnection.
But if you saying that your GPU has problems in other motherboards it can mean that it can have additional problems (probably with GPU power connectors)