No, stick with the tried and true advice-givers above. And if you're running W10, just put in the GPU, be patient and watch Task Manager sorted by CPU time. Eventually you'll see Driver Installer Module and Nvidia Installation Container. That may be October 2107, but it's recent and WHQL and still better than any software that's ever passed through the hands of Asus, and I like their hardware.
Be careful on inserting this (or any G34 chip) into the socket. Once you pull that restraining lever, it is either a good install or a piece of silicon jewelry.