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-well i instalt a second 470gtx and when i start up my pc now i only see somthing on my screen when im @ windows 7 screen (so when the pc is fully started) , i cant get in bios because i cant see it. when i remove 1gpu( dont mather that it is gpu1 or gpu2) i see back my screen from the begining

-second thing that network thing is since i have this computer i have a lot lag in onlinegames how can that be ? on my other pcs it work perfect
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post #2 of 17
when you turn the comp on hold the DEL key and just wait until you hear a beep and it should take you to the bios screen.

are you gaming with a wireless connection? that might explain the lag
post #3 of 17
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nope its wired
and i know how to get in bios but problem is im not able to see it because my pc dont give signal to my screen before its on windows when i have instalt my second 470gtx
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post #4 of 17
Well I'm lost hopefully someone will chime in. Work on your grammar too, it's a little difficult to comprehend.
post #5 of 17
Your asus p8p67 may not support SLI depending on which model you have.
In that case:

Turn off your computer unplug the A/C cable input to the power supply and remove the second 470. Now carefully remove your CMOS battery for ~30 seconds then put in back in seating it firmly in place. Plug your cable back into the power supply and power on your computer. With a little luck and assuming you have your single 470 seated good and connectorized properly you should boot with display functioning.

Cannot help you with the lag while on-line gaming. Not enough info.
Edited by Albatross1991 - 5/12/11 at 12:37pm
post #6 of 17
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Originally Posted by Albatross1991 View Post
Your asus p8p67 may not support SLI depending on which model you have.
In that case:

Turn off your computer unplug the A/C cable input to the power supply and remove the second 470. Now carefully remove your CMOS battery for ~30 seconds then put in back in seating it firmly in place. Plug your cable back into the power supply and power on your computer. With a little luck and assuming you have your single 470 seated good and connectorized properly you should boot with display functioning.

Cannot help you with the lag while on-line gaming. Not enough info.
my assus p8p67 works with sli and crossfire . aleast its writed on the box xD
and i have display but only when windows7 is started .
only things that dont display are the screens for going to bios etc

and uhm what info u need for that lag
i have 30mbs download 1.25mbs upload speed
and on my other pc the games work perfect but on this pc its like i see monsters and cant attack them a lot or like on black ops i see a lot ppl just not running
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post #7 of 17
The are about 6 flavors of P8P67. At the ASUS website, two are not advertized as being SLI ready, just CF. However, the Deluxe, EVO and Pro and WS specs loudly boast of SLI and CF support.

I had some trouble interpreting your English as to the blank screen happening only during boot. Did not quite catch that all is well once at the desktop. Thats a good one.

As to the lag or temporary freeze while on-line gaming, I am wondering if it may be a throttle issue. But let me snoop around the various forums and I will get back to you.
post #8 of 17
I have the same issue when restarting my PC, I checked everything from the connection to the monitors to the setting in my BIOS. It just might be the fact that your computer is booting really fast and the monitor isn't able to display. I wouldn't worry about it as long as you're able to get into your BIOS.

What games are you having the lag with?
post #9 of 17
As far as your lag issue is concerned:

I would research into finding a network traffic monitor. If you have windows 7 there is a gadget you can download from M$ that will show you what traffic is going through.

Another issues maybe that you're not really lagging, but rather frame skipping due to video card issues you are having.
post #10 of 17
Massive17:
"I wouldn't worry about it as long as you're able to get into your BIOS."

OP: i cant get in bios because i cant see it.

DravenHavok:
"I would research into finding a network traffic monitor. If you have windows 7there is a gadget you can download from M$ that will show you what traffic is going through. Another issues maybe that you're not really lagging, but rather frame skipping due to video card issues you are having."

Good advise. And hoping you are correct. But too many people are experiencing this or similar issues with different gpus and other components. I had some free time yesterday skimming numerous sites have seen dozens of similar events..sometimes at idle at the desktop.

The possible throttle issue I mentioned sounds kind of nutty but I jst cant let go of it!! It is a common feature to almost all complaints I am tracking. There are a few features I do not thust, some in Windows and some in BIOS. SLEEP MODE, and POWER SAVING options are just 2 of them. I just need time to come up with a process to either prove or disprove this long-shot theory. Then I will procede on to a more simple explaination.

Thanks to Massive 17 and DravenHavok for the assist. + REP
Please follow this thread and post your ideas.
Edited by Albatross1991 - 5/13/11 at 8:46pm
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