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post #11 of 19
whats the model number or the psu? also, do u have another sli bridge to test out?
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post #12 of 19
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ive used both 3 way sli bridges that came with my motherboard evga p67 ftw and i have tried the 2 way before i used a 3 way becasue it looked better and would stop the cards from bending
post #13 of 19
how many video cards are u running 2 or 3?
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post #14 of 19
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2 video cards
post #15 of 19
whats the model number to ur psu? nvm i see ur pics of ur rig. Looks like you got the cmx version. Your video cards need 38a a piece to run, which for 2 is 76a. your psu only provides 60a on all 12v rails. What is going on is your cards are starving for power. They are getting under powered and this is causing the bsod. .. you need another psu quick, if you want it to work right. other wise your going to do damage to your cards.
Edited by xD3aDPooLx - 2/1/12 at 5:58pm
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post #16 of 19
Yea, I agree with xD3aDPooLx.

And dude, you keep asking if we watched the video, but quite frankly, it stinks rolleyes.gif. You need to work on holding the camera still and keep it pointing at the things you are talking about. And for viewers to see the case better, turn on a flippin' light! It's one thing to want to show viewers what it looks like running in the dark, but you only need a few seconds that way because it's so dark we can't see what your talking about. Again hold the camera steady and pointing at the subjuct. At the end you want us to see the BSOD, but you had the camera pointed down or somewhere dark, so we can't even see the BSOD doh.gif!

Try shooting it again with some light, a steady hand, and at the things you want the viewers to see. Your audio is fine, so just make a better video.

Just some honest, constructive criticism to help ya make things better. thumb.gif

-SS
post #17 of 19
Do you have SP1 installed? I had a similar problem with my GTX570 SLI but all went away after reinstalling Win7 and staid clear of the servicepack.

BTW, even my AX850 which is running 2xGTX570 with ease dont have 78A on the 12V rail. My last PSU, a HX750 "only" had 62 amps, but even this handled GTX570 SLI with no problems whatsoever. I think your PSU is sufficient, and even if this is'nt the case you shuld not see any problems before the cards were under heavy load. Enabling SLI is not that power demanding.
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post #18 of 19
Hm, yea. Maybe check the cables and seating of the GPU that's not working right and make sure it's in all the way.
post #19 of 19
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all the cables are good i can boot with eaither gpu * with no driver software installed so i dont know if that means when the drivers get installed the gpus get fully loaded and overload the psu or when the driver get installed i uses a part of the gpu that is broken the top gpu boots fine with just drivers and when i use the pci-e disable jumper and take out power to the top gpu so it will use the bottom one it bsod. it also bsod when ever i plug in a monitor into the bottom one when i have the driver installed. it also bsod when ever i try to fold or use the bottom gpu for physx
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