Help installing graphics card

Hi, I recently bought a new graphics card for my computer trying to install it, with the new card, that I can't in front of the screen of the bios at startup. I don't know much about computers, but am guessing it's a compatibility issue with some of my hardware. My pc is an HPE h9-1010 has and the new graphics card is overclocked Geforce GTX 660 2 GB Gigabyte-GV-N660OC-2GD. Any help would be appreciated.

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