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April 01, 2013, 08:46:44 PM
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First rig went super smooth.
Used my gaming machine which had the z77-ud5h board and got 3 cards working in the x16 slot and 1 in the x1 slot.


Second rig with buddy is having issues.
Its a p67a-C43 and we can only use 2 of 3 x1 slots along with the x16 slot.

So we need another mobo to work.

What is the cheapest solution for a 4 card mobo? Willing to use risers but do not want to run into same issue we had with the p67.

Thanks
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April 01, 2013, 09:57:29 PM
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Have you already tried to short (dummy plug)?

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Are you talking about dummy plugs or shorting the pins on the mobo?
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