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    Default Re: BSOD on Boot - Z77X-UP4 & 590 GTX

    Yeah, the 590 and motherboard BIOS is the same, and they have told me they ran default BISO settings. Which is what I did

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    Default Re: BSOD on Boot - Z77X-UP4 & 590 GTX

    I hope you manage to fix this,i don't know whatesle to suggest other than test with a different gpu

    its either gpu or board
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    Default Re: BSOD on Boot - Z77X-UP4 & 590 GTX

    Gigabyte support sent me another screenshot of the card functioning fine with the latest 314.22 drivers.

    I may have made some progress: I booted my system via the Intel HD4000 graphics built into my 3570K processor.
    I installed the 590 GTX drivers, and discovered if I switched my monitor cable to the 590's DVI output from the motherboard DVI, it would cause the BSOD.
    I figured out if I disabled SLI in the Nvidia control panel, forcing the 590 to use only one of it's GPU's, the system seems to run stable!

    So potentially, the SLI option is causing my system/Windows to crash. Does this help to identify the problem? Would that mean I had a faulty motherboard maybe?

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    Default Re: BSOD on Boot - Z77X-UP4 & 590 GTX

    SLI will only work when you are using two discrete Nvidia cards from the same "family".
    You can't run SLI with your GTX 560 Ti and GTX 590.
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    Default Re: BSOD on Boot - Z77X-UP4 & 590 GTX

    The 590 GTX is a dual gpu card. I believe it uses SLI technology to run the GPU1 and GPU2 simultaneously.
    I am not trying to run my 560ti, with the 590 GTX.

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    Default Re: BSOD on Boot - Z77X-UP4 & 590 GTX

    profJim
    590 GTX is "SLI" it self, 2 chips connected with Nvidia bridge.
    There 2 GPU displayed in his system. If he disable SLI on 590 - GPU1 will work as usual, GPU2 on idle.


    toothy1911
    GPU-Z. When you disable SLI can you run bus interface test (press ? on utulity interface) for both chips or only 1 displayed?
    Sorry for my English, its not my native language.

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    Default Re: BSOD on Boot - Z77X-UP4 & 590 GTX

    OK, just wanted to be sure that you weren't mixing cards.
    Remove your Xfi Xtreme card and see if this makes a difference.
    Have you checked any of the reviews for your card to see if there were any special installation steps that were required?
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    Default Re: BSOD on Boot - Z77X-UP4 & 590 GTX

    @Rale
    Both chips are displayed. Only one is doing any processing though as sli is disabled.

    @profJim
    Removing the xfi card makes no difference. And there are no special install instructions ive come across yet

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    Default Re: BSOD on Boot - Z77X-UP4 & 590 GTX

    Quote Originally Posted by toothy1911 View Post
    @Rale
    Both chips are displayed. Only one is doing any processing though as sli is disabled.
    So both GPUs can work individually and work simultaneously(separate - w/o sli) when you use 2x GPU-z?
    Last edited by Rale; 04-12-2013 at 04:48 AM.
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    Default Re: BSOD on Boot - Z77X-UP4 & 590 GTX

    I don't think they will both work indivdually. If I plug a second monitor into the port for GPU2 it causes the PC to crash/BSOD.
    It's happy to work off one chip, and GPU-Z can see both GPUs though.

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