Graphics card problem "No gop... for this card"

Need some guidance. I did my first custom build for a digital audio workstation, and then decided to up from 2 monitors to 4. With the new quad card in now it won't boot and i get a message  "no gop (graphics output protocol) support detected in this card...". An old article from Nvida (2013) suggests "In order to get the PC to boot with a graphics card that does not contain UEFI firmware, the end-user must first disable the secure boot feature in the system's BIOS before installing the graphics card." 
As another option, the PC builder app suggests the quad card I should've gone with is MSI Radeon RX 5500 XT DirectX 12 RX 5500 XT GAMING X 8G 8GB 128-Bit GDDR6 PCI Express 4.0 HDCP  
I'm asking for advice first before I try correcting it via bios.  Does anyone have experience tackling this? Is the quad card I used (below) completely incompatible? how do I move forward here?
What other info do you need?
Old card: EVGA GeForce GT 1030 SC 2GB GDDR5 
New Card: HP 492187-001 Nvidia NVS 450 512MB Quad Display Port Video Card
Mother board: Z490-A PRO Intel LGA 1200 ATX Motherboard
Windows 10 home
Core i5-10600K Comet Lake 4.1GHz Six-Core LGA 1200 Boxed Processor
32gig RAM
if it's relevant 2 monitors are dvi, 2 vga.

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