Yeah...another PC problem I just got a new monitor (ASUS VH238H 23" Full HD 1080p HDMI LED LCD Monitor, 2 ms), BTW which looks really great, and an NVIDIA GTX 560 ti N560GTX-Ti Twin Frozr II/OC graphics card (used) on eBay with an Arctic Cooling Accelero Twin Turbo II aftermarket GPU heatsink Anyway, it turns out that the graphics card is an ATX while my motherboard is a Micro ATX which means it's pretty big inside my mid-size case (NZXT Lexa S). I had to remove my Internet PCI-E card just to install the graphics card and even then, I could barely get the PCI-E connectors to connect to the graphics because there was literally no room left for it. The monitor I have came with a DVI connection, which I am currently using right now, and the graphics card came with an HDMI adapter that connects to it. When I booted up my PC with the DVI connection, it wouldn't recognize the DVI connection but when I used an HDMI connection with the HDMI adapter to the graphics card, it recognized it but set the resolution to a crappy one and it didn't even take the whole screen. And because I disconnected my Internet card, I couldn't connect to the Internet, since the Ethernet port from my motherboard apparently doesn't work for jack $h!t (it keeps telling me to download the Network drivers even though I already did for my Internet card Is there a way around this? Or should I just sell the graphics card and buy a Micro ATX card? And how come the Ethernet port on my motherboard doesnt work while my Internet card works perfectly? And the crappy resolution on my monitor even though Im using an HDMI adapter, what's the deal with that?