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Allready got a R4BE wink.gif

And just haf problems with it. Now im just awaiting the motherboard comming home from the dealer again.

Witch driver should i look for in device manager cus the last card is not listed there
Edited by Mulle1991 - 2/21/14 at 3:27am
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What are they saying in the manual about PCI-E slots?
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What are they saying in the manual about PCI-E slots?

Nothing really :O

Hmm thats a good thing ill recive my brand new R4BE next week from RMA case
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Its not the asus board i got the pcie problem.

Its on my bigbang xpower 2
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Nothing really :O

Hmm thats a good thing ill recive my brand new R4BE next week from RMA case
smile.gif

What for have you RMA'd it?
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What for have you RMA'd it?
Problems with the R4BE.

They run som test and the resault was (unstable) (Q-code 60)
Then they gave me a new one
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Personal opinion: no. smile.gif

a few have had issues with 8x8 GB sticks on this board due to running separate kits at high speeds

sorry had to fix it, can't have misinformation going around , scares people off from reading the rest tongue.gif
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Hey all.
Well i have a big problem?...

I just added my nr 3 graphic card and suddenly gpu2 cant be detected?
I think its the pcie slot because i tried to swap the cards and gpu 2 still wont be detected?

Anybody having this problem before?????

Im sorry this issue is on a msi bigbang xpower 2 motherboard but maybe someone having this issue before would be able to help


Verify power cables are in both the PSU and the cards. Also ensure that the middle card is indeed going into the PCIE slot as depending on how you ahve them in if its a bad bridge ( WC) then yeah it could miss or if Air then you can reseat it. Check the motherboard manual for anything that may need to be set / unset.
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sorry had to fix it, can't have misinformation going around , scares people off from reading the rest tongue.gif
Verify power cables are in both the PSU and the cards. Also ensure that the middle card is indeed going into the PCIE slot as depending on how you ahve them in if its a bad bridge ( WC) then yeah it could miss or if Air then you can reseat it. Check the motherboard manual for anything that may need to be set / unset.

all three cards have worked before. and now suddenly they dont.
Its the PCIE slot there is done/dead or somthing because the card is working,

The Card is correct in the slot.
And the manuel dosent realy tell me anything
and all cables are set
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Originally Posted by Mulle1991 View Post

all three cards have worked before. and now suddenly they dont.
Its the PCIE slot there is done/dead or somthing because the card is working,

The Card is correct in the slot.
And the manuel dosent realy tell me anything
and all cables are set

I had slots not working with 3960X, but 4960X in same board fixed it.


I blame your CPU.

For me, it was the bottom x16 electrical lsot that did not work, but all other did, and it's only when first x16 slot is populated.

IF you see that light is not on for that slot when you power board up...well...try slots 1/5/7
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