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Maybe just try booting at stock clocks? Might just get it to boot at least. You could always do CMOS reset as well.
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Hello I have always just used the raid driver off of amd.com, download is much faster 2. asus.com is slow as hell. Just wondering is there any dif in the driver from asus.com or amd.com also i can not get asus ai suite to work at all .
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How do i find the model number of my 5870 matrix
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Maybe just try booting at stock clocks? Might just get it to boot at least. You could always do CMOS reset as well.
Tried everything. Even did a few clean installs on a spare drive. reset cmos everything!!!!!

Cant get past vga load with 3 gpu's. I will try again with my 2 5870's and a 260 once I getn it sent out and it comes back.

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How do i find the model number of my 5870 matrix
I dont need it but it would be on the sticker on the PCB. There are mnot fullcover blocks for your card available. I grabed the Model # off of asus's site
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Right guys got the extreme today.

I have all the components in my sig installed in the board.

EVERYTHING is at stock clocks.

My 5850's are in the first and third slot and the 9800GT that I use for PhysX is in the fifth slot.

I have a Samsung Blu-Ray drive and two Deskstar drives that I run in RAID 0.

I set up the RAID array fine, set the Blu-Ray drive as first boot device and insert the Windows 7 install DVD.

The first loading bar appears ( The white horrizontal one ) then after that it moves over to the second loading screen which is the Windows splash screen with the flying colours.

Problem is that Windows crashes and those flying colour things never appear as it crashes before then.

I've manually set my RAM at lose timings with the correct voltage as well as trying to install with no RAID array and with a different DVD drive. I've checked the Windows 7 DVD in another machine and that starts the install process fine so it's deffinatley my machine.

All the BIOS settings are at default.

I've completely run out of ideas....

One thing to note is that my old MSI 790FX GD70 motherboard blew a VRM when I overclocked my 1075T in it, could it of killed my RAM?

This is a xmas pressent and I'm gutted that I can't use it, any help would be appreciated
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Right guys got the extreme today.

I have all the components in my sig installed in the board.

EVERYTHING is at stock clocks.

My 5850's are in the first and third slot and the 9800GT that I use for PhysX is in the fifth slot.

I have a Samsung Blu-Ray drive and two Deskstar drives that I run in RAID 0.

I set up the RAID array fine, set the Blu-Ray drive as first boot device and insert the Windows 7 install DVD.

The first loading bar appears ( The white horrizontal one ) then after that it moves over to the second loading screen which is the Windows splash screen with the flying colours.

Problem is that Windows crashes and those flying colour things never appear as it crashes before then.

I've manually set my RAM at lose timings with the correct voltage as well as trying to install with no RAID array and with a different DVD drive. I've checked the Windows 7 DVD in another machine and that starts the install process fine so it's deffinatley my machine.

All the BIOS settings are at default.

I've completely run out of ideas....

One thing to note is that my old MSI 790FX GD70 motherboard blew a VRM when I overclocked my 1075T in it, could it of killed my RAM?

This is a xmas pressent and I'm gutted that I can't use it, any help would be appreciated
Attempted with just one 5850 as GPU?

Are you sure you haven't damaged the CPU have you tested it in any other motherboards?

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Tried everything. Even did a few clean installs on a spare drive. reset cmos everything!!!!!

Cant get past vga load with 3 gpu's. I will try again with my 2 5870's and a 260 once I getn it sent out and it comes back.

I dont need it but it would be on the sticker on the PCB. There are mnot fullcover blocks for your card available. I grabed the Model # off of asus's site
Just out of curiosity, are you using the exact same PCI-E cables every single time for the 3rd card? If so, try running with just 2 gpus but using the cables for the 3rd GPU so you are testing those cables

All the PCI-Express switches are on that need to be on?

Do you have the Motherboard Molex EZ_Plug1 & 2 plugged in? They are recommended for 3 GPUs, and I had mine in before trying 3 GPUs.

Do you have SLi bridges on the nVidia cards?

Is it possibly too high of a power draw? Maybe try running a 3rd GPU on a spare PSU to test that?
Edited by RagingCain - 12/25/10 at 4:32pm
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Just out of curiosity, are you using the exact same PCI-E cables every single time for the 3rd card? If so, try running with just 2 gpus but using the cables for the 3rd GPU so you are testing those cables

All the PCI-Express switches are on that need to be on?

Do you have the Motherboard Molex EZ_Plug1 & 2 plugged in? They are recommended for 3 GPUs, and I had mine in before trying 3 GPUs.

Do you have SLi bridges on the nVidia cards?

Is it possibly too high of a power draw? Maybe try running a 3rd GPU on a spare PSU to test that?
Have tried 2 different ways:
a.) using 2 corsiar 850TX's mine running m 5870 and one 260 and the other running the other 260.
b.) my 850TX running all three cards.

Both were a no go.
Both molex EZ-Plugs have always been hooked up.

Did not try with the SLI connector. Will check that out.
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Right guys got the extreme today.

I have all the components in my sig installed in the board.

EVERYTHING is at stock clocks.

My 5850's are in the first and third slot and the 9800GT that I use for PhysX is in the fifth slot.

I have a Samsung Blu-Ray drive and two Deskstar drives that I run in RAID 0.

I set up the RAID array fine, set the Blu-Ray drive as first boot device and insert the Windows 7 install DVD.

The first loading bar appears ( The white horrizontal one ) then after that it moves over to the second loading screen which is the Windows splash screen with the flying colours.

Problem is that Windows crashes and those flying colour things never appear as it crashes before then.

I've manually set my RAM at lose timings with the correct voltage as well as trying to install with no RAID array and with a different DVD drive. I've checked the Windows 7 DVD in another machine and that starts the install process fine so it's deffinatley my machine.

All the BIOS settings are at default.

I've completely run out of ideas....

One thing to note is that my old MSI 790FX GD70 motherboard blew a VRM when I overclocked my 1075T in it, could it of killed my RAM?

This is a xmas pressent and I'm gutted that I can't use it, any help would be appreciated
things you might try:
as suggested 1 video card

plug in an 8 pin cpu power connector in the upper left corner of the motherboard it should have 4 yellow and 4 black wires

plug in a small speaker in the lower right of the motherboard and listen for beep codes

check for red led light on the motherboard they should all turn green or go out

boot from the win 7 dvd and start tapping F5 key just before windows starts

there will be options to repair window and go to command prompt and run memory test

run memory test if memory test passes this will also be a cpu test

in the repair section it is possible to check hard drives and see all the drives that are active

if you have other Components plug in remove them start with very basic system to install windows and then add the other components

try install with 1 memory stick at a time to check memory chips or try it with a different video card
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I have 2 - 5870’s in crossfire and I am thinking of getting a 470 GTX to play with and go with 1 or 2 of my 5870 and run Lucid Hydra.

Do any of you have an opinion on this or would it be a waste of money or which 470 would be best ?

http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814130550

A question: would running card with different Express 2.0 x16 or Express 2.1 x16 have an effect with Lucid Hydra ? How about cards with different amount of memory ? DirectX ?
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