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This is amazing.
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post #12 of 24
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Originally Posted by ztmike View Post
1.) Does the GPU go in the first slot at the top or the bottom slot? (Will be running 1 gpu for now)

2.) Since this board doesn't have onboard graphics, how will I get a picture on my monitor? Does the Intel 2600K have video capabilities? I'll need something to view my monitor with until I can install the drivers for my GTX 580. (Sorry if stupid question)
1) Doesn't matter it seems. All 3 are x16 and share the same 16x bandwidth so you can have 1 GPU running at PCI-e x16 or two running at PCI-e x8. Not sure if it can support 3 GPUs..

2) The i7-2600K does in fact have an intel GMA in it however you won't really be able to use it (as the motherboard doesn't have any vid out ports). Just plug in the GTX 560, it will run on generic windows drivers until you can instal the nVidia ones.
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Seems like ZTmike is trying to convince people that it won't work, when it actually will. I'm guessing this is his first build ever.
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Originally Posted by NexDemise View Post
1) Doesn't matter it seems. All 3 are x16 and share the same 16x bandwidth so you can have 1 GPU running at PCI-e x16 or two running at PCI-e x8. Not sure if it can support 3 GPUs..

2) The i7-2600K does in fact have an intel GMA in it however you won't really be able to use it (as the motherboard doesn't have any vid out ports). Just plug in the GTX 560, it will run on generic windows drivers until you can instal the nVidia ones.
P67 Chipsets do not support intels built in video.
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Originally Posted by biggestmexi View Post
This is amazing.
Not sure whats more amazing..you being a jackass or a creep, you dug through the posts on this thread to find this because this thread is a month old and a site like this gets alot of traffic so it must took you awhile to find it.

Or lets not mention that you are like my e-stalker. Pretty much you freak me out.

But you lurk here anyway.
    
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Originally Posted by PowerTrip View Post
Seems like ZTmike is trying to convince people that it won't work, when it actually will. I'm guessing this is his first build ever.
Say what? lol

I wasn't trying to convince ****. I was trying to understand as every board I put together had built in video capabilities, and didn't support the 2600k built in video.

If you had half a brain instead of insulting someone you would realize my intentions.
    
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The motherboard will reconigize and load basic video drivers for the video card installed in the PCI-E slot during the POST so you will be be able to install Windows and then drivers. Thats the main reason why the BIOS chip exists, Basic Input Output Software. Its how computers for decades have started up from a cold boot with nothing in the RAM. It contains basic instructions and drivers to get basically a pile of of cold, dead silicon parts to start working and talking to eachother to make the modern computer function
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The motherboard will reconigize and load basic video drivers for the video card installed in the PCI-E slot during the POST so you will be be able to configure the BIOS and load install Windows and drivers. Thats part of the reason why the BIOS exists, Basic input output software. Its how computers for decades have started up from a cold boot with nothing in the RAM. It contains basic instructions and drivers to get basically a pile of of cold, dead silicon parts to start working and talking to eachother.
Which I was not aware of and all I was asking. I never said I knew everything about computers, but I know a good portion.

And being as this thread is a month old..the computer has been up and running fine.
    
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why do people do these stupid necro bumping?
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post #20 of 24
Quote:
Originally Posted by NexDemise View Post
1) Doesn't matter it seems. All 3 are x16 and share the same 16x bandwidth so you can have 1 GPU running at PCI-e x16 or two running at PCI-e x8. Not sure if it can support 3 GPUs..
Two of them share x16 bandwidth and the black one is x4 that runs on south bridge


As for OP no worries, just plug in your GPU and it'll work, no need to have drivers before you install windows, only after install of windows you'll need drivers.


Edit: Woah... didn't saw that this thread is month old
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