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post #911 of 921 (permalink) Old 08-18-2019, 04:04 PM - Thread Starter
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So has anyone managed to successfully get a Turing GPU to work on the 790i? I want to know because I’m thinking of getting a 1660 ti or an RTX 2060 Super for it so I can move the 1080 back to my Broadwell rig. If not I might try and get another 1070 or something like that, but would really like to try and get a Turing gpu for it as I own enough Pascal based GPU’s.
I don't remember where I saw the post (could have been this thread for all I know) but I thought Pascal might have been the last generation to work on these boards. I think there was an issue posting with Turing, pretty sure it was also with a 1660Ti. Take with a grain of salt but buyer beware.

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post #912 of 921 (permalink) Old 08-19-2019, 11:24 AM
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I don't remember where I saw the post (could have been this thread for all I know) but I thought Pascal might have been the last generation to work on these boards. I think there was an issue posting with Turing, pretty sure it was also with a 1660Ti. Take with a grain of salt but buyer beware.
Yeah I thought so but I have a friend who got a 2080 ti working on X58 and that’s non-UEFI. , so i thought there might be hope.

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It can be strange. Here's the post describing what I went through when I bought my RTX 2070. lol, Ended building a new machine to use the card. https://www.overclock.net/forum/69-n...l#post27885522
The Nvidia post was someone else's, who had the same issue. Was the ONLY thing I found saying why it wouldn't work. This was on my i7 2600 machine.

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post #914 of 921 (permalink) Old 08-19-2019, 02:15 PM
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So what about Navi then? 5700XT would be interesting.

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I ck'd the other 775 threads I'm in & not seeing anyone posting anything there on it yet. may just be not willing to spend the money on them now. If I come across anything,I'll be sure to let ya know.
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I ck'd the other 775 threads I'm in & not seeing anyone posting anything there on it yet. may just be not willing to spend the money on them now. If I come across anything,I'll be sure to let ya know.
If the 5900XT rumors are true and it performs around the same as the 2080 ti, and doesn’t pull something stupid like 400W, i will probably get one and let you guys know, but until then yeah that’d be awesome.

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So I decided to wipe Windows 10 from it and install Linux but almost every other boot I get post code 11 and a long beep, anyone know what that means? I want to say its GPU related but I haven’t had time to test that theory, that and I can’t find any concrete evidence to support what post code 11 exactly is. It will do it when no overclock is even loaded, but will definitely not post at all with the FSB at 1600MHz, 1866MHz it doesn’t care as much but does it about as much as stock does. This only started happening when I put my GTX 660 back in from when I took the 1080 out and put that back in my Z97 rig.

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So I decided to wipe Windows 10 from it and install Linux but almost every other boot I get post code 11 and a long beep, anyone know what that means? I want to say its GPU related but I haven’t had time to test that theory, that and I can’t find any concrete evidence to support what post code 11 exactly is. It will do it when no overclock is even loaded, but will definitely not post at all with the FSB at 1600MHz, 1866MHz it doesn’t care as much but does it about as much as stock does. This only started happening when I put my GTX 660 back in from when I took the 1080 out and put that back in my Z97 rig.
Only thing I can find is Code 11 is "reserved" and this thread in the evga forums that may help U with things others covered. https://forums.evga.com/Post-Code-11-m647853.aspx
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Only thing I can find is Code 11 is "reserved" and this thread in the evga forums that may help U with things others covered. https://forums.evga.com/Post-Code-11-m647853.aspx
Yeah nevermind, pretty sure the board just died on me lol. Had just finished installing windows 7 and I plugged in my external hard drive and the computer just cut power entirely, and hitting the power button on the case does nothing, didn’t try the power button on the board but I doubt that’ll do anything. Oh well it was fun while I had it.

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Yeah nevermind, pretty sure the board just died on me lol. Had just finished installing windows 7 and I plugged in my external hard drive and the computer just cut power entirely, and hitting the power button on the case does nothing, didn’t try the power button on the board but I doubt that’ll do anything. Oh well it was fun while I had it.
Sounds more like the PSU got a surge. Have another PSU you can try?

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