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Syetem going nuts, cannot determine issue

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So, I'm sorry to post here. But I honestly cannot narrow down my PC's issue, and it's driving me insane!

So, to start I was recently running SLI 680's perfectly fine, removed my GPU's for monthly cleaning and after I was finished I installed back into the rig and got no image...Rebooted nothing..It finally took me removing a card from the top PCI-E 3.0 slot to get a image, but randomly the the system won't recognize the Nvidia card and will thus..Only display by the Mobo DVI port...Ok...However randomly that stops working and display won't show from ANY port...Reboot a half dozen times with the DVI in different ports..GPU's in different slots and FINALLY it will show..

Very random..Some times it will go 2-3 days without issues, others it will be 3-6 times a day I get this issue..

Anyone know if this is my mobo taking a dump?
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Are you be able to check those two cards in a different rig just to see? Also make sure that you connect the gpu properly because it looks like its not seated right..
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how about your PSU? is it good?
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Originally Posted by Sin0822 View Post

how about your PSU? is it good?
Yea PSU is good. It's a new 80+ Gold. Tested with volt meter and still at spec.

As for seating the GPU they are seated solid, this is a monthly routine for me, so I'd be pretty stupid if I could not seat a GPU..lol So yea, that's not a issue.

I've not tested on another system, will try that, but I'm thinking it's more Mobo related since PCI-E 3.0 slot won't work..haha
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