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GTX580's in SLI causes BCCode 116
Be aware that this is my first appearance on SevenForums and my first real problem with my computer.
In short, I've just completed this watercooling build and I've had some issue since yesterday and cant figure out what is the problem and to "help You help me" I will explain this problem in some what a short novel:
I use the Asus Maximus IV Extreme along with two GTX580's, one of them is the EVGA 580 Superclocked and the other is an Asus 580 (not the DirectCUII version)
They populate the first and third PCI-e slots. Slot number 1 and 3 runs native x8-x8 in SLI.
The second and forth PCI-e runs x16-x16 on the NF200 chip BUT the first PCI-e has to be populated by another card (sound, wi-fi and so on.) to engage the NF200 chip, there for I run them in number 1 and 3.
After entering Windows7 (Ultimate x64) these things happend in this order:
1. 0.5 second black screen
2. Aero scheme changes to any "non-Aero" + Nvidia controlcenter stops working.
3. 0.5 sec black screen.
4. Part wise of the toolbar gets black and mouse+keyboard does not answer to commands.
5. 0.5 sec black screen.
6. Computer freezes and 3-10 sec later the BSOD appears.
In safemode I receve this error :
OS Version: 6_1_7600
Service Pack: 0_0
Can someone please help me?
Would appreciate any help I can possibly get and lastly; please excuse any grammar or misspelling.
Best regards //freddeyy
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