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post #461 of 9900
I finally got my Crosshair V installed
Sign me up for this club Please

OCN User Name: Tweeky
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Thanks

I only forgot one thing the "Crossfire Brige"
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Originally Posted by sprower;13907981 
Thanks. That 4 pin for gpu's is awkward. I still haven't even started my custom mobo tray because I've been stuck on how to route that cable without a foot of it just laying on the mobo. confused.gif

go underneath the MB
    
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Originally Posted by jjceo;13905707 
It is ok to plug in the 8 pin, 4 pin and you must plug in the 24 pin power of course. When using the SLI or CrossfireX you also plug in the 4 pin power connector next to the PCI e slot 1. It is in an awkward place. It boosts power for the use of multiple GPU's.

Page 2-25 in the manual shows that yor have to plug at least 24 and 8 pin power connectors to get it to boot
    
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post #464 of 9900
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Originally Posted by reedo;13909083 
I'll try doing it again, could my clock reset jumper be causing this? The clock is wrong in windows. Also, do I need to have all three power connectors attached?

Page 2-25 in the manual shows that yor have to plug at least 24 and 8 pin power connectors to get it to boot
    
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post #465 of 9900
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Originally Posted by Bear907;13910505 
I have the board but waiting to install it until i finish my case mods.

You must plug-in the 24pin main power, the 4pin CPU, and either the full 8pin or at least a 4pin into the connector by the DRAM. Your board should have come with that 8pin capped on half - so you can plug in a 4 pin - but 8 would be best if you PSU has it.

The 4pin molex as stated a few posts up is only needed if you are going to run multiple GPU cards.

I too am at a loss on routing that molex to the board. I see little choice but to run it off the same side as the 24pin, but I don't like having a cable across the board like that. I've never had a board that had a molex in that spot for multi gpus

That ez-plug is only nessary if you have more than 2 video cards
I have 2- 5870 crossfired and I an not using it
    
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post #466 of 9900
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Originally Posted by Tweeky;13912039 
That ez-plug is only nessary if you have more than 2 video cards
I have 2- 5870 crossfired and I an not using it

That's good to know. I thought it was anything more then 1, which I thought odd. Good, one less cable to sleeve.
post #467 of 9900
speaking of cable sleeving, whats the best to use, im planning on doing mine, for it is a bit yellowish on the ends and i wish for it to be all black
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please help, it will boot all day but I cant get into the bios, is anyone else using a ps2 keyboard, could that be the problem?
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post #469 of 9900
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Page 2-25 in the manual shows that yor have to plug at least 24 and 8 pin power connectors to get it to boot

Please refer to page 2-40 where you can use the 24 and the 8 or 4 or the other 4. In reality you can use the 24 and the 8 and the 4 and the other 4. It simply allows more current to be available over more wires and this may be required for Bulldozer. I am using all of them without a problem. I questioned ASUS why their manual was not really clear and they told me that all 3 CPU power connectors can be used. You must use the 24 and at least one of the others or the computer will not boot. You must also use the connector ez plug when you use high power GPU graphics cards. Not doing so may cause the computer to become unstable. Using two ATI 6970 GPUs will draw roughly 500 watts for just the two cards.
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Originally Posted by reedo;13912295 
please help, it will boot all day but I cant get into the bios, is anyone else using a ps2 keyboard, could that be the problem?

If you have a case speaker installed turn the computer on and as soon as you hear a beep start tapping the delete key
Edited by Tweeky - 6/17/11 at 6:14pm
    
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