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Thread: x58-UD7 v2 triple SLI with GTX Titans problem

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    Default x58-UD7 v2 triple SLI with GTX Titans problem

    I have 3 Titans (6GB) that I use at work on a workstation. Would it be possible to put all three of them in my Gigabyte x58-UD7 MB? I will be working on an after effects project at home for a few days. I can get two to work but not three. Also I have misplaced the original SLI strap from Gigabyte would it be alright to use an SLI strap from another MB manufacturer?


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    Default Re: x58-UD7 v2 triple SLI with GTX Titans problem

    is the third slot an 8x? if its 4x I don't hink it will work
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    Default Re: x58-UD7 v2 triple SLI with GTX Titans problem

    I think it's a bios issue... this is from the manual

    Setting up ATI CrossFireX ™
    /NVIDIA SLI Configuration
    A. System Requirements
    - The 2-Way CrossFireX/SLItechnology currently supports Windows XP, Windows Vista, and Windows 7 operating systems
    - The 3-Way CrossFireX/SLI technology currectly supports Windows Vista and Windows 7 operating systems only
    - A CrossFireX/SLI-supported motherboard with two/three PCI Express x16 slots and correct driver
    - Two/three CrossFireX/SLI-ready graphics cards of identical brand and chip and correct driver
    (Current ATI GPUs that support 3-Way CrossFireX technology include the Radeon HD 3800 series, Radeon HD
    4800 and Radeon HD 58XX series. Current NVIDIA GPUs that support 3-Way SLI technology include the 8800 GTX,
    8800 Ultra, 9800 GTX, GTX 260 and GTX 280.)

    - One/two CrossFireX (Note) /SLI bridge connectors
    - A power supply with sufficient power is recommended (Refer to the manual of your graphics cards for the power requirement)

    I know many newer MB's than the X58 series choked when these new GPU's got on the market... I never expected a titan to work on an X58, and you got at least two to work. good on you. I think you'd need a modified bios to get the 3rd to work.

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