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August 06, 2017, 05:58:37 PM
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Cryptomined potsed a video with 12 AMD GPU's on a Asus Prime Z270-A using  a 4-way PCI-E 1x splitter expansion card and two m.2 to PCI-E 1x adapters.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VvwDC1zi9x0
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August 23, 2017, 09:17:26 AM
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hi guys,
I have both z270e and z270a prime.
Currently I'm using z270e for 1080tis and z270a prime for 1070s.
I follow up on this asking you if you heard z270e or z270a prime (preferably z270e) being capable of supporting 8 1080tis with one m.2_1 adapter, or if any special requirement will be in need. Currently I have 8GB RAM and one i3 7100. Currently I'm running 5 zotac amp extreme 1080tis on a corsair ax1500i on the edge .. 1520watts with 90% power. I'm planning today to put an extra 1050w seasonic psu and add another 2 asus stris 1080ti, and I will separate 4 zotacs on the corsair and other 3 on the seasonic 1050. Will let you know how it goes.
I'll receive a 1600w t2 evga hopefully in a few weeks so I can try with 8gpus on 1600+1500 but I hope to hear from you with real examples. Currently had some issues with those m.2 adapters ..

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August 23, 2017, 02:47:39 PM
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z270e with 7 1080tis is running fine ..around 400 MH/s on skunk and 11 MH/s neoscrypt ..

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August 23, 2017, 02:48:50 PM
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iF YOU MANAGE TO GET GET 9 gpU'S IN THATthing and it works... lol hope it works
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August 24, 2017, 08:02:47 AM
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yeah, when I get the evga t2 1600 I'm thinking to give it a try with 4 1080tis on it and one 1070 added to 4 1080tis on the corsair ax1500i. If will not work on z270e, I'll try it on z270a prime too

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August 31, 2017, 03:34:24 PM
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One of the problems why 8 or 9 cards will not work is using gen2 in bios. Hopefully will find out next days and in case of problems will try with gen1

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October 08, 2017, 12:54:40 PM
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Okay, z270e working fine with 8 1080tis so it should work fine with 9 too. Just take care to set gen 1 and don't worry if the m.2 adapter doesn't work from the start Smiley

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October 21, 2017, 10:45:54 AM
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Okay, z270e working fine with 8 1080tis so it should work fine with 9 too. Just take care to set gen 1 and don't worry if the m.2 adapter doesn't work from the start Smiley

Do 9 cards work under Windows 8.1?
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October 21, 2017, 12:02:09 PM
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Not if you want to be the same vendor. You can try with 8 nvidias and 1 amd .. otherwise go for linux

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