Hello everyone. New poster here.
I recently put a new motherboard, processor, RAM and SSD into my older rig, so while I kept a few parts (GPU, PSU, case and peripherals) I was effectively starting a new computer from scratch. It took me a while to get everything operating - I'm not very experienced - but every new part is totally functional in its own right. However, the GPU, a Zotac GTX960 that I purchased a few months ago and was working just fine up until I got my new parts.
Every time I go into the BIOS and set the graphics to load via PCIE it just switches to CPU graphics on every reset, maintaining all other changes to BIOS settings. When using the onboard graphics I can see the Nvidia card in system devices, and GeForce experience was able to detect the card and install drivers, so I feel like its definitely connected, but again, not an expert.
Trying to get all this to work has been driving me crazy for the last few days so I would really appreciate it if someone knows how to get around this weird BIOS thing. I have updated and reupdated everything, going so far as to reinstall windows.
mobo: ASUS B150M-A/M.2 DDR4
CPU: Intel Core i3 6100, 3.7 GHz
RAM: 2x GSKILL RIPJAWS 4GB DDR4
GPU: Zotac Geforce GTX 960 4GB
PSU: Corsair TX850
Windows 10 64bit running on Kingston 120GB SSD
Sorry If my formatting or terminology is bad, this is my first time actually asking a question instead of just lurking. Also sorry if this is the wrong place to post this issue.