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Titan X SLI won't appear in Nvidia Panel for SLI configuration

ecamilo
Level 7
I have recently purchased two Titan X to run them in SLI. However Nvidia Panel won't recognize the second card to activate the SLI. If I go to Device Manager in Windows, I can see there is an exclamation point over the second card. I tried to reinstall the drivers, with no success.
Whenever my computer boots up, the second card has the logo lighted, but when Windows kicks in, it gets turned off.

I tried turning on the computer with only one card at the time and the second car doesn't show video. For me it's pretty much a faulty card, but I wanted to hear what you guys have to say.

Intel Core i7-6950X Extreme CPU - 3.1 GHz
ASUS STRIX X99 GAMING
4 x 16 GB Corsair Dominator DDR4-3333 - 64 GB
2 x Nvidia Titan X Pascal SLI
Nvidia SLI HB Bridge
Corsair RM1000X
Windows 10 x64
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MikeAdu
Level 9
Hi there!
First try separately second card(which,you thing is faulty) only.
Second.Does Bios shows them both in PCI-E slots?
Third.Try another SLI bridge,just for the case.
Let us know the results.


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MikeAdu wrote:
Hi there!
First try separately second card(which,you thing is faulty) only.
Second.Does Bios shows them both in PCI-E slots?
Third.Try another SLI bridge,just for the case.
Let us know the results.


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I did try the faulty card, and I get no video at all. However I get no error code from the motherboard. The other card works just fine.

MikeAdu
Level 9
Now I see...
If your card is still on warranty-just replace with a new one.
If not,you could mess a little with flashing VGA's bios.I think that card itself can't start up.



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MikeAdu
Level 9
Check PCI-E contacts visually.Maybe some oil on it.Take something and clean.Try to insert again and boot up.
Check what bios says.


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JustinThyme
Level 13
When you tried the second card only was it in the top slot. If so and you got no video there is an issue with that card.*

If not then make sure you have the second card in the correct slot and if your mobo has the SLI switch on the right make sure it's set up for SLI 2. **



“Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity, I'm not sure about the former” ~ Albert Einstein

Menthol
Level 14
ecamilo,
Could you please list all your hardware components please
Motherboard
CPU
Memory
GPU's
other pcie cards?
USB devices
etc.

Thanks

I had to RMA the card. It is working now. Thanks all for the help.

By the way, Nvidia's RMA process is quite fine. No problems at all. 🙂