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post #11 of 20
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Disable crossfire and report back.

If you really think you're drawing too much power (which I can tell you that you certainly aren't!) pick up a Kill-A-Watt from ThinkGeek and measure what you're pulling from the wall. with my 1090t system that I had previously with 2 5870s with heavy overclocks on the CPU and GPUs I would pull around 210 watts at idle and up into the 5-600 range gaming.

I believe you are having video card issues - try swapping out your crossfire bridge.

When I take out one of the gpus it boots fine. I swapped the bridges before and the samething still happens. I will try to boot with both cards in without the bridge. If it does boot up then probably the connectors on the card are messed up right?
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post #12 of 20
Maybe test each card by them selves.
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post #13 of 20
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I think it was the ram. I changed the voltage to 1.65v and everything seems to be working now. Thanks everybody.
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oh wow I take all that time to write a reply and didn't even realize there was a second page with more replies. Oh well glad you resolved it. Interesting that RAM voltage was to blame. Probably IMC strain from all that PCIE activity, then RAM needs a bit more juice...

I wonder if increasing VTT a notch would benefit you the same way....
Edited by Falkentyne - 12/13/11 at 9:23pm
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I was wrong the voltage increase in ram didnt fix it. I booted this morning and it stayed on the starting windows. I reset and it went in fine after that. It seems to happen when I leave my computer off for a while. If I reboot or restart if it was on recently it usually doesn't hang. You guys have any other suggestions?
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I'd suggest that after it posts press tab or what ever key required to see all of the boot up messages before Windows even starts. I bet you will see some type of error rolleyes.gif
    
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I'd suggest that after it posts press tab or what ever key required to see all of the boot up messages before Windows even starts. I bet you will see some type of error rolleyes.gif

Is there anyway to pause that stuff because it goes by way to fast in order for me to read it.
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post #18 of 20
If i had to guess, something is nerfed in your crossfire setup and its having trouble initialising one of the gpu's on windows startup. Could be a driver issue also.

In my case it happened when one of the four GPU's in a quadfired 4870 x 2 setup was faulty- I discovered this after about 4 hours of enabling and disabling individual gpu's in the device manager. I rma'd the bad card to Visiontek and in 7 days, I had a card that looks and performs like a new one smile.gif. My opinion of Visiontek skyrocketed upon that experience.

Good luck
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If i had to guess, something is nerfed in your crossfire setup and its having trouble initialising one of the gpu's on windows startup. Could be a driver issue also.
In my case it happened when one of the four GPU's in a quadfired 4870 x 2 setup was faulty- I discovered this after about 4 hours of enabling and disabling individual gpu's in the device manager. I rma'd the bad card to Visiontek and in 7 days, I had a card that looks and performs like a new one smile.gif. My opinion of Visiontek skyrocketed upon that experience.
Good luck

How did you find out which card was faulty? I used furmark on each one separately for about 15min and both seem normal. Ive tried swapping the cards in pcie slots, the crossfire bridge and it still the same. Ive tried both the bottom and top pci with each card by itself and no problems. Ive also tried different drivers and it doesnt help.
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They show up in device manager as different devices i just enabled / disabled them one at a time until i narrowed it down to 1 of the 4 gpus
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