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After months of this insanely frustrating situation, I'm getting closer. If you have this issue, try the following: System Preferences > Display > Tick "Reduce Transparency" System Preferences > Dock > Tick "Automatically hide and show the Dock", un-tick "Animate opening applications" Disable any unnecessary items on Startup. I removed the GoPro Studio ...
Some years ago I had the problem of frequent kernel panics with my Mac Pro 1,1 ... it turned out that the inside of the case had lots of dust. When I cleared that out, the kernel panics stopped. I'm sure every case is different. This may not help you, but I will put it here for future people who have this problem.
You don't even need to move it to another slot. Install your SSD, set it up the way you want, then go to System Preferences -> Startup Disk and choose the SSD. This isn't Windows, and it isn't 1993. You can have as many bootable volumes online as you have disk space for, Macs boot the one you want booted.
The GTX 760 has two connectors to provide it power. You will need two adapter cables to go from the Macs 6 pin to the video card 6 pin, as they are different sizes. Here is a link to one on Amazon. The 660GTX only has a single power connector, so you will just need one if you went that route. Here is a video showing the installation of a GTX 660. ...
Looks like this was another weird Apple big - Yosemite 10.10.1 resolved the issue.
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