I had the same issue with my EVGA 970s, one was the SC blower model one was the ACX 1.0 model, resolved by doing the same by using the DifferentSLIAuto tool, and worked fine. Now I score about 15.5K o/cing my cpu to 4.5ghz and mildly overclocking the 970s
Well, per a suggestion on the evga forums, i got the SLI to enable using DifferentSLIAuto tool. Though im still puzzled why this was needed to get it to work since the 2 cards are identical, and even have identical Device IDs and everything else (according to GPU-Z), the only difference is the...
Well the new bridge didnt help, tried swapping the cards no luck, they both individually work fine. I tried clean installing with 1 card, than adding the 2nd card after reboot, an that didnt work either.
No, im not running any other pci-E cards. l will try the one card at a time thing when i get home tonite. And yes i updated the BIOS as well, and that didnt make a difference, Ive heard some ppl had issues with Realtek drivers causing problems with SLI?
I got my 2 EVGA GTX 970s last nite in the mail. I purchased a superclocked blower model and the ACX 1.0 model to use on the bottom. Anyway, both cards are being recognized by windows & GPU-Z, but ive tried to get the SLI option to show up in nvidia control panel, but i cant enable it. I have...
I see it now, I think ill just stick with my EVGA purchase though. I went with the superclocked blower and ACX combo from EVGA. Same price with shipping if i go to newegg, I had a good experience with EVGA before.
Depending on the state, no tax was applied to my purchase in WA state. I went ahead and with the EVGA superclocked blower and the superclocked ACX card instead from EVGA (Cancelled my amazon.com order earlier). Better running the blower card on top and the ACX card on bottom in that configuration
Ya if it got delayed a full 18 months and no ARM CPU onboard as planned, that would be pretty lame if that ends up being the case where this unified architecture gets pushed into the next generation Pascal or Maxwell refresh.
exactly man, i can run my email@example.com all day, and its as fast or faster than the extreme edition i7, I can push it to 4 ghz, but i dont like the idea of running lots of voltage to the CPU longterm, since i have an older stepping i7 .
Its been quite a long time since i posted here, but id thought id post something that i thought was an interesting observation. As you can see in my sig. I built this machine back in march of 2009, and by todays standards its still a very kick ass system. 2 years have gone by since the i7 was...
well i got the unit instaleld, its not too loud at all. I overclocked it to 3.4ghz with the FSB at 170x20, i got 18300 in 3dmark 06, going to 3.6 only netted about 300 more points. at load it only gets up around 40C at 3.4ghz, im running at stock voltage right now.
no pics at the moment, been busy as hell, had a few hitches after i got it put together, but got it sorted out. I need to add some more fans to the case. and do some cable management an shit. It already has a front, side and rear 120mm fan, but im gonna add 2 more 120mm fans to it.
i notice coolermaster has a "v10" model which supposedly outperforms the v8 model, although its HUGE! it states its a direct fit for a lga 1366 socket. The zalman CNPS9900 LED looks cool, but whatever is clever.
Finally, i purchased a new rig, ive been wanting to do this for a few years now, but finally plumped down and did it. Let me know what u guys think, heres what i purchased today.
BFG Tech BFGEGTX2801024OCE GeForce GTX 280 1GB 512-bit GDDR3 PCI Express 2.0 x16 HDCP Ready SLI Supported Video...