Screen goes black 20 sec after windows starts and graphics card fan spinns like hell

Hey guys!
I got some problems with my computer at the moment. It all begun this morning. When i turned on my computer i got into windows and after about 20 sec the screen went black and the graphics card fan started spinning like hell. When i enter safe mode (or with no graphics driver) it works perfectly. It seems like its some sort of software problem with the windows drivers but i cant understand why because ive tried several versions of the nvidia drivers and even reinstalling windows. I should mention ive tried with both windows 8.1 and 7. Ive also tried using the built in graphics from the CPU and that works perfectly, even with drivers. Ive tried several PCI ports and to remove the sound card.

Do you guys have any ideas?
PC: Gtx 760, Intel SSD, hitatchi HDD, MSI Z77-G43, intel i7 2600(no k), Corsair 2x4Gb ram.
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  1. It's your graphics card. Something is wrong with it or with the connection. Do you have a warranty on it? It's not a problem with windows.
  2. If you have any firewall (like comodo) disable it. Try.
  3. Yeah that's what i thought, i was just thinking there's might be a solution i can execute myself? Anyhow, i did make this video to show the problem better. (Dont worry i can press enter to enter windows directly, already fixed.)
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Xtx4d0bGU9M
  4. The video is private
  5. flamefire999 said:
    The video is private

    I think you can see it now.
  6. It seems like you just have a bad graphics card (by bad I mean one that doesn't work right). Do you have another graphics card? Or could you borrow a friends? If you can, try putting that card in place of your current one to see if it's your motherboard or your graphics card.
  7. That is bizarre. If you have integrated graphics/an apu, take the card out and boot with the integrated. See if the issue still occurs.
  8. THUNDERHAWK said:
    That is bizarre. If you have integrated graphics/an apu, take the card out and boot with the integrated. See if the issue still occurs.

    It works perfectly with the integreted, both with and without drivers. Im actually using that at the moment.
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