Going back and forth with Gigabyte:I recently purchased another GTX 670, and when I installed it, with all drivers updated and SLI bridge connected, and it is not giving me the option to enable SLI. Please refer to this thread (http://www.overclock.net/t/1319438/unable-to-enable-sli-with-galaxy-gtx-670-4gbs/40#post_18482801) for all of the things I have done in an attempt to troubleshoot this problem. Could you please help me work out this problem?
If the card can support the feature and the SLI bridge is connected the option should list up
Do you see both cards being detected under display adapters under the OS?Both cards are detected by the Nvidea control panel, GPU-Z, they're both listed as display adapters, I have tested with two seperate SLI bridges, and the cards do support SLI. Were you able to see that I have already done in the link I posted?
Any other cards installed onto the system other than the 2 nVidia cards?
If so please test with them disconnected.
Next check with the manufacture of the videocard to make sure that both cards uses the same bios and are both updated.I have updated the bios of the two cards to the same myself, and I have tested it without my Creative Titanium HD and D-Link DWA-556 Wifi card and it makes no difference. Were you able to see what steps I took in the thread?
We have tested this board in SLI mode without any issue, we do not have the 670 cards you are using so we cannot verify your cards.
But no, nothing happening yet. Just not working