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post #11 of 134
this is what get when attach another GPU in slot 4 and i try to open nvidia CP



this is how it looks inside




pretty much a faulty Mobo
post #12 of 134
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Originally Posted by kx11 View Post

did you install the 2nd card on Slot 4 ? the 3rd slot if we ignored the small black slot below the 1st one

I'm confused are you using the last slot (8x_2) or second to last (8x_1)? What happens if you try a single card in that slot?

I tried Every combination:

PCIe 16x_1 + 16x_2
PCIe 16x_1 + 8x_1
PCIe 16x_1 + 8x_2

All worked and were recognized by the driver.
post #13 of 134
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Originally Posted by kx11 View Post

this is what get when attach another GPU in slot 4 and i try to open nvidia CP



this is how it looks inside




pretty much a faulty Mobo

I get that when I change slots and first boot... After 10-15 seconds the driver kicks in and the resolution goes to normal. Did you try reinstalling the driver with a clean install?
post #14 of 134
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Originally Posted by GBT-MatthewH View Post

I'm confused are you using the last slot (8x_2) or second to last (8x_1)? What happens if you try a single card in that slot?

I tried Every combination:

PCIe 16x_1 + 16x_2
PCIe 16x_1 + 8x_1
PCIe 16x_1 + 8x_2

All worked and were recognized by the driver.


i used PCIe 16x_1 + 8x_1

from bios i tried setting the main display PCI slot from x16_1 to x8_1 and still nothing changed


i'll re-install the driver now and see what happens
post #15 of 134
re-installed the driver , only one GPU is recognized , i'm connecting the DP cable to the top GPU(x16_1 slot ) but the OS knows about the 2nd GPU only which explains why there's bad input lag when i move the mouse around like i'm running on a 30hz display , i think the CPU is running everything





on the other hand if i connected the 2nd GPU to x16_2 slot things will go back to normal but there will heating problems because the top GPU fans are blocked by the lower GPU's backplate


basically a faulty Mobo
post #16 of 134
If it works in 16x_1 & 16x_2 the cards are for sure working. Your right, the slot may just be bad. The only other (very) outside thing I could think of is a stand off touching a trace on the back of the motherboard... You could try it outside the case but you'll probably get the same results.
post #17 of 134
Hello stopping by as a owner of a x99 ultra gaming and was wondering what would be the cause of any changes in the bios will cause my pc to not restart adterwards. I have to turn off my psu and wait for a few seconds then turn it on to be able to rstart my pc. This doesn't happen when i enter the bios and exit without making any changes. Bios is up to date, f4 bios. Bios keeps my current 4.0 overclock @1.11vcore although i had to turn of psu then power it up again to restart
post #18 of 134
do you mean the restart from chasis ( G-Connector) or from the windows restart?if its windows might related to OS
post #19 of 134
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Originally Posted by kx11 View Post

this is what get when attach another GPU in slot 4 and i try to open nvidia CP



this is how it looks inside




pretty much a faulty Mobo

may I ask what is the chasis you are using, 16X_1 / 8X_1 SLI also test fine here.
post #20 of 134
This motherboard destroyed my memory


I got this MOBO last week after my ASUS X99-a ii failed to boot. All my memories worked fine on the ASUS MOBO.

I installed 4 Corsair's Vengeance LED DDR4 8GB kit on it, it booted normally, all LEDs on the RAMs were working but the system could only recognize 3 of them.

Then I restarted my computer, this time the system can not even boot properly. Without entering POST just a hard reset loop again and again.

So I thought this might be the RAMs problem, so I tried each one of them by placing the RAM on the slot for single channel.
The result showed the RAM on the most right side slot failed so that I asked Corsair to RMA my memory kit.

Today I got 4 brand new Corsair Vengeance LED 8GB sticks and installed them on the MOBO. The whole thing happened again, the ram on the most right side got destroyed one more time:mad:

I did not manually OC the ram, the only thing I did is applied X.M.P profile which makes the RAMs running on 3000Mhz. As Gigabyte stated on the MOBO's box, this MOBO is DDR4 3333Mhz+ XMP ready.
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