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2 gtx 580 gainward 3gb and 1 palit 3gb wont work in 3 way sli


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Both of those are dual link dvi

 

The first is dvi-d being the 24 digital pins

The second is dvi-i and the additional pins are for analogue source and thus it is backwards compatible to VGA.

 

Single link dvi is a cable missing some of the middle pins in the array of 24 6 missing actually.

 

Here I found a pic that describes it all.

 

http://www.mp3car.com/attachments/hardware-development/21593d1131560910-schematics-pin-outs-diagrams-displayconnectors.jpg

 

so i have the right cable?

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It shows all three monitors but when i press span it resolution goes 800x600

And nvidia control panel crash after a while.

hmmm..............

 

And after it goes to the 800x600 resolution you can't manually change to the correct resolution? I'm assuming that's the case or you'd already have this solved. Have you tried a different SLi bridge? Maybe the one you've got is defective?

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hmmm..............

 

And after it goes to the 800x600 resolution you can't manually change to the correct resolution? I'm assuming that's the case or you'd already have this solved. Have you tried a different SLi bridge? Maybe the one you've got is defective?

 

 

yes exactly i cant change after it goes 800x600 the resolution i have try a second bridge and also manualy connect it with three sli cables .

 

no luck :(

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