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  1. Sorry for the late reply. I have been out of town for a bit. Thanks for all the help and suggestions. I guess I'll just see how it goes when I actually do SLI. Other than that one issue it is a fantastic board.
  2. Ok.... I checked the BIOS and there is nothing I can change that makes any difference. Thanks for the advice though. I did find out though that it only happens after Windows has issued a shutdown command. Restarting In BIOS or after POST, before Windows loads, doesn't cause the problem. Boinker- You are right about the GTX being more than powerful enough. I guess my biggest concern is that I might have a problem when I run "serious" SLI down the road, but I guess I'll cross that bridge when I can afford it. lol I'm thinking like you, the cards are probably just too different. Thanks for the help. I hope maybe I can contribute to helping someone down the road. I'll post any information that ASUS sends me on the issue. I
  3. it is a Mach 1 1000watt. It not the best, but all the rails are reading what they are supposed to. I checked everything with my multimeter and also used another PSU I had laying around. I don't believe that is the issue, but I've been wrong before.
  4. Hello, I hope I'm putting this in the right place. If not please point me in the right direction. I have a Crosshair Formula V that works splendidly except for one nagging issue involving Physx. If I use my single GTX 480 my computer will boot properly and has no issues what so ever, but if I put in 9800GT (for Physx) it will boot fine the first time, but rebooting will cause the fan (on the 9800 to shoot to 100%) and the comp won't POST. I can correct this by just hitting the reset button. I've tried every possible configuration and I always get the same result. I can run two 9800GT's (SLI) flawlessly, but it is just the combination of the GTX480 and 9800 that causes problems. I know the simple solution would be to not use the 9800GT, but my biggest concern is for future use of SLI. I have talked with ASUS customer service for the past couple of weeks, but have not had any luck. I'm thinking it may just be a limitation with the chipset, but i would like to get other people's input. I appreciate any help. Let me know if you need any more info. I'm having a hard time explaining this. Thanks
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