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    Default Re: Fatal1ty H87 Performance PCI-E 3.0 Problem

    Hello,

    Just a shot in the dark on this one. If you haven't already done so, please set the IGPU Multi-Monitor bios option to disabled and see if that works.

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    Default Re: Fatal1ty H87 Performance PCI-E 3.0 Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by my2cents View Post
    Hello,

    Just a shot in the dark on this one. If you haven't already done so, please set the IGPU Multi-Monitor bios option to disabled and see if that works.

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    thanks but it's already disabled by default

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    Default Re: Fatal1ty H87 Performance PCI-E 3.0 Problem

    your only losing 1% performance running in pcie2 mode compared to pcie3 anyway

    but still it should work in pcie3,im guessing at a bios bug somewhere
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    Default Re: Fatal1ty H87 Performance PCI-E 3.0 Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by wazza300 View Post
    your only losing 1% performance running in pcie2 mode compared to pcie3 anyway

    but still it should work in pcie3,im guessing at a bios bug somewhere
    Both great points IMHO! Here's another shot in the dark suggestion (that you may have already tried). Now, from what I have been reading, there is a physical switch on the graphics card that allows one to switch between a standard and UEFI BIOS installation. So, if you have such a switch, you might want to read more about it and/or just toggle it to see what happens. I have also read somewhere that the R9 series does not have a UEFI GOP capable BIOS which is required for secure boot in Win 8.1 (don't know if that's true or not). Please consider this response as just "food for thought" and see if it turns on any light bulbs for you.

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    Default Re: Fatal1ty H87 Performance PCI-E 3.0 Problem

    A GOP capable VBios is required for UEFI booting (Secure Boot) in any capable OS. But that is not the OP's particular issue, since if he was UEFI booting without a GOP capable VBios, he would get no video output at all, and not get past POST.

    The EVGA cards I use, a 650 and 760 (neither on a ASR Z87 board) either must be updated to a GOP compatible UEFI VBios (ie, 650) or are standard with that VBios (760), and neither have a switch to select a VBios, one VBios works for either type of booting.

    Not necessarily a bad idea, but boards that use UEFI firmware rather than BIOS firmware do not UEFI boot by default, and must have Windows installed with the UEFI configured for UEFI booting.

    A UEFI/BIOS bug is most likely the problem. Given what I have seen, ASRock boards tend to have more video card compatibility issues than other boards, or the new boards like yours need specific UEFI/BIOS fixes.

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    Default Re: Fatal1ty H87 Performance PCI-E 3.0 Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by dave1292 View Post
    Yes last one available on site 1.60
    First, thanks to parsec for that useful information. Next, there is a beta BIOS available (v160a) that is intended to improve processor performance for non K processors and, since you are getting 5 beeps (which might indicate a processor error), then maybe this might work for you:

    ASRock > Fatal1ty H87 Performance

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    Default Re: Fatal1ty H87 Performance PCI-E 3.0 Problem

    Quote Originally Posted by my2cents View Post
    First, thanks to parsec for that useful information. Next, there is a beta BIOS available (v160a) that is intended to improve processor performance for non K processors and, since you are getting 5 beeps (which might indicate a processor error), then maybe this might work for you:

    ASRock > Fatal1ty H87 Performance

    Good luck with your issue.

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    ok i flashed 1.60a bios but the problem isn't solved! i have always to force gen2 to make the video card work..

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    Quote Originally Posted by dave1292 View Post
    ok i flashed 1.60a bios but the problem isn't solved! i have always to force gen2 to make the video card work..
    Sorry that didn't work for you; however, just in case you decide to return it, I have searched the Passmark benchmarking database for 3D benchmarking scores (just in case you decide to try something different). IMHO, there are better values out there (given the problems you are having). So, maybe someone else will chime in with comments regarding the benchmarks I provided.

    Good luck with your decision,

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    Default Re: Fatal1ty H87 Performance PCI-E 3.0 Problem

    Alternatively, you can download and run the Passmark Benchmarking software (using GEN2) yourself to see how you fare against the above benchmarks before deciding to return it. The software is fully function for 30 days so why not run it and then just uninstall it:


    PassMark Performance Test download page

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    Default Re: Fatal1ty H87 Performance PCI-E 3.0 Problem

    my2cents, posting the benchmarks is a good idea.

    I wish they had included the CPU used, and the PCI-E buss speed available. We know the 8 series Intel boards have PCI-E 3.0 from the Haswell CPU, but the 7 series Intel boards can use both Sandy Bridge and Ivy Bridge processors, the former provides PCI-E 2.0 only.

    It's also a bit strange that the OP's board works with a R9 280X, but not his R9 270X. OTOH, there isn't any benchmark data for the OP's board and the R9 270X, I assume none existed? Is the R9 270X a very new card?

    There's other strange (IMO) results in that data, but to mention it is off topic (a B85M board has higher scores than all those other boards??)

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