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I think I got a rx 480 8gb disguized as a 4gb. I bought a XFX RS RX-480p4jfc6

http://imgur.com/a/BN6my

The photo quality is ****, but I guess you can see that there is more than 4 vram modules, right?

The only problem is that my motherboard doesnt reconize this card, and now I don't know if the gpu is malfunction or my motherboard is too old.

I have a asrock B75M-DGS R2.0, with the last bios available on the official site. My old hd 7770 works fine on this mobo.

The difference is the module density, not number of modules.
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The difference is the module density, not number of modules.
ah, i'm just a dummy, sorry.

Do you know what may cause my mobo to not recognize the new card?

I already

run DDU
tried taking out a putting back in
checked the psu cables
update the mobo bios
reseted cmos

put the old gpu and worked fine
post #2773 of 4151
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Originally Posted by Paul17041993 View Post

ASUS are the worst at reliability and support, they cant design their hardware any better than other companies and are too broke to provide support and replacements most of the time, so have fun with that...

Sapphire are among the best so it's no surprise they would send you a new card from water damage, that and in many cases they aren't too hard to repair.
No, they'd be kicking themselves in the ass if they did, the stickers are just a bluff to deter the inexperienced.

I did some further troubleshooting. It appears it's my slot 0 on my motherboard and not the ASUS card. The XFS card spiked to 1.388 folding in slot 0 this morning. My ASUS card, which I put in slot 1 this morning, is not spiking at all. (My current loop configuration has a lot of extra slack in the tubes. I have about 12 feet of tubing in my system.)

I have a backup motherboard of the same model, but the cpu pins are a little distressed. When I redid my loop a few months back, I accidentally plugged the EPS cable into a PCI express port on the powersupply. Because, at the time I had all 3 of my radiators in the case, I couldn't see my mistake and I reseated my delided haswell over and over assuming that it was causing my no boot issue. As a result, one of the pins seems pretty bent. I'll try to straighten that one pin. Or see if it works anyway. I guess I'll have to contact AsRock.

I swapped power supplies with another computer a few weeks back troubleshooting this problem. I had been getting some pretty big sag with my SilverStone 850. It would drop all the way to 11.5 on the 12 volt on load. Oddly, neither computer gets a sag on the 12 volt after swapping the powersupplies. Maybe it was something with the motherboard all along. (I was using the motherboard sensors rather than a multi-meter.)
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Hi, Guys! This is my mod videocard Sapphire RX 470 OC Platinum wink.gif
Ice Hammer IH-900B! (Click to show)











Hideous but effective lol

Hopefully weight isn't a problem
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It did eventually do it on Slot 1. However it took way longer for the problem to pop up. It's still probably worth swapping the boards. A chip somewhere on the board that pci-express goes through burned a few months ago running 3dmark with my sapphire overclocked to 1470. Maybe that's the issue. Once the board is out, maybe I can finally find the burned chip. I'll post a pic if I'm successful.

edit: The motherboard scenario also fits with the fact that the symptoms are worse and I have bigger more frequent spikes with i2c power routing set to 000000 rather than ddd000. I'm trying FFF000 now.
Edited by greytoad - 12/24/16 at 12:06pm
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Oh, nice! Please share your load core and VRM temps, OC, 3DMark scores and WattMan screenshot pls!

One battle (25 min) in BattleFIeld 1 (max quality and 200%) = temperature GPU=50*C and VRM=81*C, cooler 1050 RPM
or temperature GPU=46*C and VRM=75*C, cooler 1300 RPM smile.gif

3DMark Fire Strike Graphics Score - overclock to 1350 MHz max, 1.125 V, and memory 1850 MHz (strap 1375) = 13050

Bring no longer fails, the voltage is unstable, above 1,168 can not put even WattMan
post #2777 of 4151
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ah, i'm just a dummy, sorry.

Do you know what may cause my mobo to not recognize the new card?

I already

run DDU
tried taking out a putting back in
checked the psu cables
update the mobo bios
reseted cmos

put the old gpu and worked fine

Board may simply be incompatible. I have a few boards that refuse to work with any NVidia GPU newer than the 600 series.
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I should have tried the board before trying to straighten the pins. I made it much worse. I'm just going to order a new board and do the rma on the one that's still in warranty (the one in my system right now) after I get the brand new board.

Running at FFF000 my cards don't voltage spike as often or to as high a voltage. So yeah, I think it's the motherboard. It seems worth a shot anyway. It's a reasonable assumption at this point.

On my UPS, I'm running bypass when not on battery. I'll find out on Tuesday, after the holiday what the max load is on bypass. I'll call the manufacturer before i put in my new 1000watt powersupply. The 900 watt is for when it's on battery. This ups uses "green" tech and doesn't use the battery at all when on AC. I'll find out the load limit for the bypass line conditioner.

In the meantime... back to undervolting, underclocking, and running with a -20% power limit. It doesn't spike as high or as often like that.

Happy holidays.
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I have to disagree, the Asus 480 PCB is the best on the market, the issues they have come mostly from poorly made BIOS, I believe.

I've owned and have seen an uncountable amount of users with various high-end ASUS hardware, while they appear superior, the reality is they're not.
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I think I got a rx 480 8gb disguized as a 4gb. I bought a XFX RS RX-480p4jfc6

http://imgur.com/a/BN6my

The photo quality is ****, but I guess you can see that there is more than 4 vram modules, right?

The only problem is that my motherboard doesnt reconize this card, and now I don't know if the gpu is malfunction or my motherboard is too old.

I have a asrock B75M-DGS R2.0, with the last bios available on the official site. My old hd 7770 works fine on this mobo.

256bit memory cards (470 and 480) need a minimum of 8 memory ICs, so that's what you should have for both the 4GB (4Gbit ICs) and 8GB (8Gbit ICs). Older graphics cards used to have ICs on the backside of the PCB for higher capacity, however with the rise of increased IC capacity that's nolonger needed.
   
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Hi, Guys! This is my mod videocard Sapphire RX 470 OC Platinum wink.gif
Ice Hammer IH-900B! (Click to show)











what cooler name is that?
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