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sabermetrics

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Have you tried updating your BIOS to the latest version? And also try reseating the second card...

If that doesn't work, try your second card by itself just to make sure it works
 

johnnyuterus

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got it .....man am I ever red in the face. one of the pci-e power connectors on the second gpu was loose....sorry and thanks to all who tried to help lol!!!!
 

sswilson

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got it .....man am I ever red in the face. one of the pci-e power connectors on the second gpu was loose....sorry and thanks to all who tried to help lol!!!!
Heh... don't feel too embarrassed... this exact snag comes up all of the time. :)

Glad to hear that you're up and running.
 

sabermetrics

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got it .....man am I ever red in the face. one of the pci-e power connectors on the second gpu was loose....sorry and thanks to all who tried to help lol!!!!
:biggrin: It does happen all the time, and I remember my build last year, I did the exact same thing, but with my primary card :haha:

Anyways, glad to see your problem was resolved!
 

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