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post #21 of 25
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I would actually break out the stupid stick if this was the case (On Nvidia's behalf, obviously) but, it's entirely possible.

See if you can snag a higher series card...440 works...is cheap enough as well, let us know what happens.

You should be able to have multiple driver profiles though...That is/was one of the selling points of windows 7...

I'll try it when I get home, maybe try 266 drivers or something and see if I can get it to work. Its got my curiousity raised as well.

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post #22 of 25
Didn't the 266 drivers cause a voltage problem with GTX 590s? Or was it a different driver? Because I remember Nvidia patched some drivers for the GTX 590 because it was burning out a bunch of 590s. Someone correct me if I am wrong though.
post #23 of 25
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Didn't the 266 drivers cause a voltage problem with GTX 590s? Or was it a different driver? Because I remember Nvidia patched some drivers for the GTX 590 because it was burning out a bunch of 590s. Someone correct me if I am wrong though.
No, people overvolting trying to OC the card beyond its capability burned out cards. In subsequent drivers they limited the amount of voltage you can give it to prevent people from being idiots and then complaining about it.
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Maybe with the newer cards, it won't let you use older model cards in conjuction as a slave card?

I see Masked is using his with a GTX 590 + a GTX 580, which are both Fermi chips. Maybe Nvidia implemented something new in their drivers that we don't know about? Or maybe because one card is DX11 capable while the other is not is causing the issue?

Because when you mention that you get a BSOD when Windows is loading, it is probably BSOD'ing right at the point where it loads the video drivers.

If you can, I would try a different card maybe, like GT440 or something equivalent?

EDIT - Now that I see this, the DX10/11 thing might be the problem, as an 8600GT is also DX10:
See i thought about this too but i used to run GTX480 and GTX275 which is DX10 card on the same setup i have now and i had 0 problems.
Unfortunately i don't have any 4xx or 5xx series card on hand to test it.
I would be royally pissed off if it came out i need a 5xx series card to team it up with 590.
I could have buy a GT520 but i thought to myself it won't make any difference so i save myself 15£

Scorpion if you find time to test it up on your end please post the results mate.
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post #25 of 25
I thought about that too, since most high end users usually have a GTX 200 series card or higher for dedicated Physx. But like I said, I am not sure, but throwing out ideas.

It may very well be possible that you need a 400 or 500 series card to run along side the GTX 590. I guess the only way is to test it out, if someone can do it.
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