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Alright I'll try that real quick, although the latest WHQL drivers don't have the update for the 990x. Should I stick with the WHQL or get the latest?
Drivers don't include support for different CPU models, just architecture.


The architecture is the same as the 980X which has been out for a year now so please stop with the 990X support posts.

Even then I'm not entirely sure that nvidia drivers do include CPU support.
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New in Release 275.50

Enables SLI technology on SLI-certified motherboards with AMD chipsets: 990FX, 990X, and 970.
Improves 3D Vision performance with Duke Nukem Forever with 3-way SLI and Quad SLI technology.

Only saying what I read >,<
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On topic have you gotten the NCP to see to vidja cards connected with an SLI bridge allowing you to enable SLI?
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On topic have you gotten the NCP to see to vidja cards connected with an SLI bridge allowing you to enable SLI?
Both cards are read in device manager, and Nvidias CP. Doesn't say anything about the sli bridge, and there aren't any sli-options.
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Just saw the edit/you are new to building your own PC. Did you install all of the drivers on the mobo install disk? Do you have an SLI bridge on the cards?

All of the board drivers you need are here.

http://usa.asus.com/Motherboards/Int...58DE/#download

edit-and you need one of these connecting the gold fingers on the tops of the cards.

http://www.evga.com/products/moreInf...20-%20Hardware
Edited by dave12 - 8/2/11 at 4:44am
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Just saw the edit/you are new to building your own PC. Did you install all of the drivers on the mobo install disk? Do you have an SLI bridge on the cards?

All of the board drivers you need are here.

http://usa.asus.com/Motherboards/Int...58DE/#download

edit-and you need one of these connecting the gold fingers on the tops of the cards.

http://www.evga.com/products/moreInf...20-%20Hardware
Yup I've got an sli-bridge on the cards and installed that when I first built the pc.
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Open device manager.
Open the display devices drop down.
Right click the bottom card.
Disable it.
Then do the same with the top card.
Then right click and enable the top card.
Then do the same with the bottom card.
Then go to Nvidia control panel.

edit-credit gt @hard
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/facepalm.... you really have to ask to fight geeks on a overclocking forum to act big?... They are actually trying to help you, you know. On the internet everyone is a superhero so don't worry, they believe you.
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Alright I'll try that real quick, although the latest WHQL drivers don't have the update for the 990x. Should I stick with the WHQL or get the latest?
Just get the latest then, see what happens if not try the WHQL signed drivers. There really isnt much different between WHQL and non signed drivers, WHQL is just a badge of approval.

EDIT: Also, stop bashing the OP people. It's his bloody hard earned money. If he wants to buy one of the best chips out there let him, he can do whatever the eff he likes with it. He simply needed help with his drivers, and misunderstood something. No need to bash him come on.

Let us know if your SLI works after mate
If you need more help just post again.
Edited by Rowey - 8/2/11 at 5:09am
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Open device manager.
Open the display devices drop down.
Right click the bottom card.
Disable it.
Then do the same with the top card.
Then right click and enable the top card.
Then do the same with the bottom card.
Then go to Nvidia control panel.

edit-credit gt @hard
Didn't work D:

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/facepalm.... you really have to ask to fight geeks on a overclocking forum to act big?... They are actually trying to help you, you know. On the internet everyone is a superhero so don't worry, they believe you.
Suppose I could've picked a better word...let's say Arguing/debating. Not trying to act big. I was merely interested in what @Skrillex had to say about sports,computers,etc.
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