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June 01, 2011, 10:38:55 PM
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I'm currently running to use my GTX 470 as my main display, but trying to use my 6950 as a dedicated miner?

I have a dummy plugged into the card, but it doesn't show up, with drivers installed.

If I plug my 6950 in the first PCI slot it works but then I have my 470 in PCI slot 2 and it doesn't show up.

Also if I have my 470 in PCI slot 1 with ATI drivers installed, guiminer and phoenix try to use ATI drivers and fail

Anybody else running NVIDIA and ATI?


They show up in the device manger, and can overclock each one individually, but in guiminer it tries to run my ATI card using CUDA, and the nvida card isn't listed.
Or my gtx 470 using ATI drivers, just depends what drivers were installed first.

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June 01, 2011, 10:42:28 PM
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On diablo I got it to run a ati and detect an nvida, but i have not got 2 running in one.

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June 01, 2011, 10:44:03 PM
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Which OS are you using?  I tried it under Linux but was never able to get ATI and NVIDIA working at the same time.  ArtForz advises that the drivers don't play well together.

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