Originally Posted by HardwareDecoder
I don't think that word means what you think it means. Anyway I can tell I'm irritating you by disagreeing that you have actually fixed anything. I will stop replying to you. I'm not trying to troll or start a fight. I just disagree completely and you can keep your defective
motherboards I'll buy something that works. With 71 GPU's in the house I don't have time for failure.
Agreed, I'm not looking for a fight either, just wanted to help someone out if they come across this thread with a UD3 motherboard and the chance that a 5 minute swap might save them the hassle of having to return hardware, nothing more.
As you claim I might not understand what 'proper' means, I'd have to say I don't think that word above means what you think it means. Just because two or more pieces of hardware are possibly incompatible
does not necessarily make one or the other defacto defective
. That's all I was getting at here, you are proving nothing 'defective
' by replacing the motherboard with a different one. So what, maybe it works fine with the next motherboard you buy, just as it works fine with the other riser I am using. Did either of us 'fix' something by changing out a single piece of hardware and producing an outcome where it appears the problem no longer exists? I continue to fail to see the superiority of your logic over mine, which again is fine, hopefully the problem goes away for you when you get the new mobo's. If not, try swapping out the risers with ribbon type