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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    Quote Originally Posted by infact View Post
    Hi there.
    Im having some issues with my new installed Gigabyte Z77X-D3H
    After i installed the new mobo my screen woulden turn on with my GFX Asus 6950.
    If i remove the gfx and use the internal one it work like a charm.

    I thought maybe my gfx was broken, so i tested on my old mobo and it works.
    So i tried again, but still no luck.

    So i found a old pci-e card "gt230" and tried that one, that worked.
    But everytime i put in my 6950 i get black screen, i have tried the hdmi on the card and the one on the mobo, same result.
    Have tried vga / dvi / hdmi :(
    Try with both the 6950 and gtx230 in your system and see if Windows recognises both devices in Device Manager. If it does, install the 6950 driver and try a reboot. It may not solve your problem but you may then get the same problem I have with a GTX 670 - no video on post or Windows boot but after I installed the driver through the same route (second graphics card) the card would provide video after Windows loaded the driver. With me it looks like the resolution of my monitor may be causing the problem. Not sure if your monitor has an HDMI port, but my GTX 670 worked fine through HDMI to my TV.
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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    hey and thank you for your suggestion. But sadly it dident do the trick for me, i have both card in my machine now and plugged the hdmi to the gt230 screen it working now, in windows i checked if it found the 6950 it did. So i installed the driver, rebooted and waited for windows to load finish, switched the hdmi to the 6950 insted of the gt230 --- Black screen again :(
    In bios i switched it to Gen1 to see if that helped, it dident :(

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    Sorry it didn't work. Looks like you are in an even worse position than I am. This happened to me as well - I'm sure there is something similar to the NVidia Control centre for your 6950 card. Can you connect your monitor to both cards and switch the source for video O/P? My monitor has DVI and VGA ports and I can connect one card to the DVI port and the other to the VGA port then switch which one gets control of the screen via the Source button on the monitor. The NVidia control centre would then report two displays and you can select which one is the main display - I selected my GTX670 as the main display. An alternative is to take out the GT230 and see if you then get video when Windows has loaded the driver. It works for me except I don't see anything during POST or Windows boot.
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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    In another tread Stasio found something that helped me out.

    Output Issues on ASUS 6950 2gb

    http://www.islabit.com/wp-content/im...irectcu-ii.jpg


    It seems like i have a dual bios on my gpu, so i just had to switch and the screen is working again. :)

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    Hi!
    I want to buy z75pro3, but my power supply has 4pin power connector and i am using corei3 2100 and it doesn't consume much power neither i am gonna overclock it, so can i just plug in 4 pin plug in 8 pin socket of motherboard.I am soon gonna buy Asus hd6870 it has 2 6pin power connectors so i am gonna use both molex connectors to manage another 6pin connector so i am left with only 4 pin connector.So as i mentioned above my question is can i plug in 4pin plug into 8 pin socket of mother board,if yes then on which side of 8 pin socket of board?(my PS has a 6pin and a 4pin power connector)

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    Quote Originally Posted by vettori View Post
    Hi!
    I want to buy z75pro3, but my power supply has 4pin power connector and i am using corei3 2100 and it doesn't consume much power neither i am gonna overclock it, so can i just plug in 4 pin plug in 8 pin socket of motherboard.I am soon gonna buy Asus hd6870 it has 2 6pin power connectors so i am gonna use both molex connectors to manage another 6pin connector so i am left with only 4 pin connector.So as i mentioned above my question is can i plug in 4pin plug into 8 pin socket of mother board,if yes then on which side of 8 pin socket of board?(my PS has a 6pin and a 4pin power connector)
    yes it will work fine with a four pin connector
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    Can gigabyte p55-ud6 works fine with 2x8 gb ram?
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    Exclamation EasyTune6 Intel keeps crashing

    Stasio, Acebmxr,

    I have a UD5H motherboard, and Intel i5-3570K OC'd to 3.9GHz.
    OS is Windows 7 x64 SP1 eng. GPU is the built-in Intel HD 4000.

    Current BIOS is F15t modded by Acebmxr, and it's been running for quite a while very nicely without problems.

    A couple days ago, I installed the latest version of EasyTune6 B12.1121.1 (Intel).
    I made sure to un-install the previous version prior to installing the latest one.

    EasyTune6 keeps crashing with the module work.dll probably causing this crash.

    Have you guys experienced this too?
    Is there a known way to solve this?

    Is there an alternative application you guys recommend for managing my fan speeds?

    Thanks in advance.
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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    Game freezes when PCI Express Sound Card connected to PCIEX4 slot. :(

    (no OC when tested)
    Intel Core i5-3570K
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    2x4Gb
    Gigabyte GeForce GTX 650 Ti
    Asus Xonar (Sound Card PCI-E x1)

    Sound card was installed to PCI-E x1 slot -> everything was fine. (except bad video card cooling)
    (PCIEX1_1, PCIEX1_3 is to close to video card, PCIEX1_2 is covered by 2 slot card)


    Install sound card to PCIEX4 --> game freezes
    Remove sound card -> fine
    Reinstall Windows 7, connect sound card to PCIEX4 -> freezes
    Replace sound card with friends Creative sound card -> freezes

    I need a second Ethernet card. If I start to use two PCIEX1 slots, the video card will be completely covered :(

    Its not allowed to use PCI-E x16 slots for PCI-E x1?!
    Last edited by Rale; 12-29-2012 at 05:55 AM.

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    Default Re: Welcome to GIGABYTE Technical Support!

    Hello,

    I really need your help here, you're my only hope.
    I've bought an Enermax Liberty. But a awful sound come from this one when I turn on my computer..

    it's not coming from the fan, when i stop them, the sound is still there.. here it is :
    Enermax liberty, awful noise - YouTube


    I've search in the Bios Setting of my motherboard but found nothing .. what can I do, please?
    I'm on a Gigabyte GA-B75-D3V, with a Nvidia GTX 560 TI XLR8 graphic card, and an Intel I5 3350P @ 3,10 GHz

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