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SLI-DR Expert with SLI causes Game Crashes

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I received a replacement NF4 Expert board today finally and will begin setting it up with the following:

 

DFI NF4 Expert SLI-DR (12/07/2005 BIOS) (6.70 Nforce drivers)

AMD Opteron 146 (2Ghz)

2x1024MB OCZ PC4000EB

2x Chaintech 6600GT SLI (81.98 drivers)

Asus 52x CD-ROM

Maxtor 160GB IDE hdd

OCZ Powerstream 520w psu

Thermalright XP-90 or SLK-948U heatsink

 

 

I'll take a look and see what's up with it, and get back to ya (bump the thread every 8-12 hours if you don't see me reply...I've got hockey tonight and tomorrow and hockey 101 clinic on Sunday so I'm gonna be gone quite a bit)

 

thanx for the help

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loading windows on it right now

Hopfully you have the same crashes that we did, i know that sound mean. But at least then you can try to resolve the issue and try out the earlier bios.

Thanks again for your support, you are a champion :)

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ok just so i got this all straight

 

the problem is not with the 3d benchmarks for the OC Database etc right?

 

it is with real 3d games like BF2, FEAR, Quake4, CoD2, etc?

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ok i got to find a chair high enough to sit at the bench to play a damn game then =(

 

what should I play? BF2? Is that the most popular game amongst everyone at the moment?

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BF2 or CoD2 should do the trick with the 12/07 BIOS.

 

But, the difference I see is the fact you have 2 6600GTs which, if I remember correctly, do not have the auxillery power connectors on them.

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Yeah, your right. System #4 is running 2 XFX 6600GTs.

I think i remember someone was running a 6600 SLI setup who also was experiancing the lockups and out of range signals

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unless someone has an XFX 7800GT or engineering sample 6800GT heh, then the 6600GT's are the only SLI cards I have

 

I'll throw down some CoD2 and possibly some BF2 over the weekend and see whats up

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