- Apr 11, 2006
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|System Name||My i7 Beast|
|Processor||Intel Core i7 6800K|
|Motherboard||Asus X99-A II|
|Cooling||Nickel-plated EK Supremacy EVO, D5 with XSPC Bayres & BIX Quad Radiator|
|Memory||4 x 8GB EVGA SuperSC DDR4-3200|
|Video Card(s)||EVGA 1080 SuperClocked|
|Storage||Samsung 950 Pro 256GB m.2 SSD + 480GB Sandisk storage SSD|
|Display(s)||Three Asus 24" VW246H LCD's|
|Power Supply||Corsair AX1200|
|Software||Windows 10 x64 Pro|
What's the PSU? And do you know that both PCIe slots are stable? (try using just one card in the second slot)
I think if I understand correctly that you have the sapphire card in it now and it's running fine. If so I would just pop the msi card back in the lower slot and see how it does now since the Sapphire card is now installed fully.
EDIT: MSI card is this one:
Sapphire card is this one:
SAPPHIRE Radeon HD 7770 GHz Edition 1GB 128-bit GD...
MSI card has no crossfire connector on the board, but the Sapphire does. Could that be something to this?
Also, now I am running the MSI card back in the top slot, and it seems to be stable. I also swapped around the PCIe cable and am using the one that was on the Sapphire card right now.