EVGA GeForce GTX 750 Ti FTW Display Problems

I recently got a GTX 750 Ti FTW Edition to put in one of my builds, and it's giving me hell.
Everytime I put it in, it takes forever to boot up, I get pink and white horizontal lines, which go away for a bit if I move my cursor over them, and I'm having a shit ton of driver issues.
For one, GPU-Z detects my GPU pretty fine, some problems with the data, but it's there. WIndows does not detect it, at all- its gone. Instead, I'm displaying off of VGASave, at 1HZ (that's possible?) because I don't have integrated graphics since I'm using an AMD processor.
MSI Afterburner doesn't detect the card, and the Device Manager occasionally detects it, but its always nonfunctional with a Code 43 or Code 32 Error. Funniest thing is if I put my 980 Ti, 730, HD 5450 (why do I still have this card?) or my 660 in, everything goes back to normal, no need to reinstall drivers, so my Nvidia drivers exist, but my PC doesn't detect them while the 750 Ti is in the build.
I also can't launch ANY of my games, due to 'missing' features like DirectX and PhysX which I have installed, and the card has. Essentially, my card doesn't exist, and I don't know why.

My Specs if it helps:
CPU: AMD FX 8320 3.5 GHz
CPU Cooler: Stock
PSU: Thermaltake 600w T2
Mobo: ASUS M5A78L-M Micro ATX
Case: NZXT Phantom 410

Also, some pictures demonstrating my problems (I also can't put my PC to sleep while the 750 Ti is in)
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    Seems you already troubleshooted the problem. It's probably a faulty unit. Just rma it, would offer suggestions to try some solutions but regardless it shouldn't be creating artifacts and those other weird problems after you just got it.
  2. Alright, I'll do that
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