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i just put in my second 9800 gx2 and i want to turn up the the fan in it, but rivatuner only lets me turn up the main one. on the pull down menu it only shows one card so i guys its not recognizing it.....any ideas pls
    
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I think the only way to do it for now is the Nvidia CP, I dont think Riva can pick up QuadSLI yet.

You could try setting each card individually and flashing the settings to the cards BIOS maybe.

Edit: I just saw that Mhill2029 managed it but he didnt say how,

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Still same problems.....pffft

Only thing i managed to do was get Both GX2's fan speeds set to 100% via Riva, that's gotta be a first using Vista X64.
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