Hey all, I have a Nvidia GTX 980 Ti reference model by Zotac, I just picked it up last week, an unflashed, stock PC card. I wanted to get it running on Windows 7 via bootcamp so I have that as an option, but it doesn't power the display even though it's recognized by the device manager. I'll boot on the GT120 my Mac came with and try to switch the DVI cable for my 30" Cinema Display to the 980, but when I do that it doesn't work, it's just a black screen. Works fine on the Mac side ironically. I found this thread: http://forums.macrumors.com/threads/gtx-970-and-gt-120-under-win-7-fail.1803620/ But when I try to remove the GT 120 it never displays a picture, and I've also tried changing the GT 120's driver to Generic VGA Device in Device Manager. - I was able to install the cards drivers off the disc, it's on the NVidia 220.127.116.1106 driver per device manager. - The GeForce Experience App says 341.92 Driver is available, but it's unable to connect to NVidia, despite me clearing it in the Windows Firewall. - Not real sure what to make of the driver naming discrepancy. - Tried updating via device manager, but it said I had the latest version, but there's still no image :-/ Anyone run into this or have an idea for a fix?