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post #7071 of 9343
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It's weird because my card worked normally for a month then i took it out and in again and now its not working any more in the first slot=\

Not that weird, the board fails to recognize the card and goes into a boot loop with my 4850X2, but a couple times out of dozens of reboots it actually made it to the bios. I've tested the 4850X2 in multiple other rigs, works perfectly. I've also tested 4 other cards on this Z68, and they all work perfectly in either slot. It's a compatibility issue, and ASUS doesn't seem interested in looking into it.
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Tried that also. When this card is in first slot it boots from onboard graphics. I have it now in my second slot that seems to be working perfectly.
I have another question. The slots run at 8x/8x when in cfx. First one runs at 16x when using single card. What about second slot when running a single card. Does it run at 16x or 8x?

The 2nd slot will always run at 8x. PCIe 2.0 8x or PCIe 3.0 8x (if you have a Gen3, Ivy Bridge and a PCIe 3.0 vid card). It doesn't matter if the 1st slot is populated or not.
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post #7072 of 9343
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Not that weird, the board fails to recognize the card and goes into a boot loop with my 4850X2, but a couple times out of dozens of reboots it actually made it to the bios. I've tested the 4850X2 in multiple other rigs, works perfectly. I've also tested 4 other cards on this Z68, and they all work perfectly in either slot. It's a compatibility issue, and ASUS doesn't seem interested in looking into it.
The 2nd slot will always run at 8x. PCIe 2.0 8x or PCIe 3.0 8x (if you have a Gen3, Ivy Bridge and a PCIe 3.0 vid card). It doesn't matter if the 1st slot is populated or not.

Thank you for ur answer. How did u fix ur problem?
post #7073 of 9343
Hey guys, on my p8z68-v pro gen3 i recently upgraded from 0402 to 3202 bios and now my flashed 6950s no longer show video of any kind! If I flip the bios switch on my 6950s back to 6950 (I have reference cards) presto I get video out, but when using the 6970 bios I get no video out. Here is where it gets weirder: Windows boots right into my logon, but with NO video out. Since I can't downgrade my UEFI asus bios to previous version (learned that the hard way) anyone got any ideas?

Just to be clear: with 3202 I get no video out from my flashed 6970s which worked flawlessly prior to upgrading to 3202. I get no video anywhere - not even during bootstrap or bios, etc. . I could always spend $24 to get the old bios from asus, but hoping there is another way.
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post #7074 of 9343
Well a shot in the dark, but go into the 2nd tab of bios then select pci and turn all lucid anything off except for 64mb memory, which is default. Dont run lucid with a 6970. It maybe trying to run gpu through your hdmi port on mobo. I've had it run like that its hard to tell unless you plug up to hdmi. I agree it allows you save your bios but wont let you revert to it, insane. But I'm still trying to figure out intel 4 G memory thing no notes any got the word?
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Got a question, about shutting timing off. I was able to run my system with out a problem at 4.9 ghz. Not to brag but it tripped me out. I was just wondering what are the effects of running with timing off. I'm freaked I'm going to blow my cpu, so played a little while then turned it back on. My temps were like 28 c at AI Suite and 3202 bios temps seem screwy but like 32 c dont really know the accuracy of either. After new bios temps went crazy. No biggie just seems like AI suite is the accurate one, if there's word which to look at. After screwing with bios and looked at AI suite with cpu stable (no turbo Mode) running under 4.9 only on water, I was like freaked. I went through was able to run applications and do work with out a crash, after voltage was set right. Theres got to be some thing I'm not being told, so ran and had some fun then switched timing back on, thinking theres some fatal death waiting for me. Well the question is what are the side effects of doing this, and keeping system cool. I don't think temps went past 32 c and applications were flying, like click and a solid blink of the eye there up and running.
Please don't turn off timing if your system isn't cold blooded, I don't know the effects just warning!
Edited by Petey - 4/29/12 at 8:08pm
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any other suggestions to the Windows 7 / ATI 7970 / Sleep issue?
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Edited by Petey - 4/29/12 at 10:04pm
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post #7078 of 9343
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Not that weird, the board fails to recognize the card and goes into a boot loop with my 4850X2, but a couple times out of dozens of reboots it actually made it to the bios. I've tested the 4850X2 in multiple other rigs, works perfectly. I've also tested 4 other cards on this Z68, and they all work perfectly in either slot. It's a compatibility issue, and ASUS doesn't seem interested in looking into it.
The 2nd slot will always run at 8x. PCIe 2.0 8x or PCIe 3.0 8x (if you have a Gen3, Ivy Bridge and a PCIe 3.0 vid card). It doesn't matter if the 1st slot is populated or not.

This is my response from Asus:
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Dear Valued Customer,

Both PCIe slots work at x16 speed if the other one is not occupied, if the other slot is occupied they work at x8 speed.

Please see if there is a new firmware for the graphics card avilable and try to upgrade your graphics card.

Issues which you reported were observed when one or more pins in the 1155 socket were damaged, please inspect the socket and make sure the CPU makes full contact with the pin array.

Attention! Please do not erease previous correspondence. Seeing full letter history helps to better diagnose the issue.

They said it works at 16x if the first slot is not occupied but in gpuz i can see it working @8x.

And that the problem is in CPU socket? Oo I haven't touched that in months.


EDIT: I have fixed my problem.

Sollution:
I reinstall CPU and it worked.
Edited by Andrazh - 4/30/12 at 6:27am
post #7079 of 9343
Right - in furtherance of the above, I went for a 12 hour burn-in of my P8Z68-V/GEN3 at the above (not optimal in my opinion) settings. This was just to establish a functioning baseline before I attempted to lower the voltage I need for a 46x multiplier.

At 11.5 hours, it restarted. I don't know why - there was no blue screen dump, serious error report, or anything to indicate Windows thought something was amiss. All worker processes were working fine. It was an unexpected restart, according to the event log, but other than that, no issues at all.

Any ideas what I can check to figure out what the error was and therefore respond?

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Max temp of 73C on one core, averaged around 68C during the test.
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Right - in furtherance of the above, I went for a 12 hour burn-in of my P8Z68-V/GEN3 at the above (not optimal in my opinion) settings. This was just to establish a functioning baseline before I attempted to lower the voltage I need for a 46x multiplier.
At 11.5 hours, it restarted. I don't know why - there was no blue screen dump, serious error report, or anything to indicate Windows thought something was amiss. All worker processes were working fine. It was an unexpected restart, according to the event log, but other than that, no issues at all.
Any ideas what I can check to figure out what the error was and therefore respond?.

Maybe it was nothing to do with your overclock settings. Could have been a behind the scene update that required a system reboot.
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