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post #41 of 51
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So I'm gonna be home in an hour and a half so I'm going to try to flash that BIOS on the Sapphire and hopefully I won't BSOD with both cards on BIOS 1. I flashed the original BIOS onto the MSI card BIOS 1, but it still doesn't transmit anything to my monitor, my monitor just stays with the yellow light on in standby, but that could be a problem with the cards in crossfire and could possibly be the fault of the Sapphires first bios being screwed up, right? Btw the msi card is the one that I actually plug my monitor in, if that means anything. This is so aggravating. If I can't fix this I'm going to swap the Sapphire for another MSI TFIII, but I want to fix this without sending it in.
post #42 of 51
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With both cards on BIOS 2 everything works fine but the clocks are jumping no matter what I do.
post #43 of 51
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So if anyone has anything to pitch in feel free!
post #44 of 51
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Ok so I flashd the original BIOS's back to the cards and I'm just trying to work out these problems. I uninstalled the drivers and afterburner, cleaned all the leftover stuff from the drivers, re-installed the drivers, and disabled ULPS. Right now, if I start valley GPU1 (MSI) load is 99% at 960/1250 while GPU2 (Sapphire) sits at 0% load at 300/150.
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Did you enable crossfire via catalyst control center?
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post #46 of 51
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Did you enable crossfire via catalyst control center?

Yes and my scores were higher than a single card, but GPU-z shows the clocks being stuck at 300/150
post #47 of 51
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I can't fix it! I can't get it to move off of 300/150. I'm gonna re-install windows idk what else to try.
post #48 of 51
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I havent re-installed windows yet, but I did get the clocks to go up to 960/1250 on both cards, but that is completely useless considering that the GPU usage for the Sapphire is at 0%

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post #49 of 51
Reseat your cf bridge. Also your psu?
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post #50 of 51
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Ok so I switched the cards and now the Sapphire is running at full speed and the MSI is stuck at 300/150. So it has something to do with the bottom card in my crossfire set-up, no matter what card is seated there.
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