Checking the power supply requirements with an online power supply calculator will simplify this task. Using the site is easy and fun. And this is about as much time I can spend on this. peace!
Is the 9800GX2 working? (It's now removed) Did I mess something up? I'm crossing my fingers, but either way, a piece of hardware is not working. BUT, not only does the 9800GX2 not work, I can't get my old OC to work. Login now. https://forums.anandtech.com/threads/is-my-psu-powerful-enough-for-9800-gx2.208134/
I've had a problem since installing my new gx2 card... But I am looking for a post where people will also explain why. I have the rig on AUTO and Folding @ 3.8Ghz @ 1.328v (AUTO).
All Rights Reserved Tom's Hardware Guide ™ Ad choices CNET Reviews Best Products Appliances Audio Cameras Cars Networking Desktops Drones Headphones Laptops Phones Printers Software Smart Home Tablets TVs Virtual Reality The otehr choices are PCIe-1 and PCIe-2. Back to top #14 crybllrd crybllrd Topic Starter Members 67 posts OFFLINE Local time:12:56 PM Posted 06 February 2011 - 03:09 PM Not sure yet. Sorry, there was a problem flagging this post.
Not even if you do not connect anything to the middle +12v rail. Even when the one gpu wasn't working I still used to get a Blue light next to HDMI and green on bottom. They would have to know! I think your card is dead as well. (unless your last test passes) Good Luck!
i am using ATI Catalyst V4.45 driver.... https://forums.geforce.com/default/topic/410229/9800gx2-crysis-i-feel-sick-freezing-poor-fps-unplayable-/ http://i166.photobucket.com/albums/u90/torin3/oc/repair/100_0534.jpg DocLiv05-09-10, 11:29 PMHmmm...maybe it's bad karma, from not helping the team in the chimp challenge. As results vary between calculators, I would suggest to use more than one, take the higher result, then add at least 10%-20% as safety margin. [EDIT] A comment below has convinced Ask a new question Read More Graphics Cards Thermaltake Graphics Related Resources solved Will a Thermaltake 750w Gold Toughpower PSU be enough for a R9 295x2?
Not sure if your MB cares about that or not, but that gave me big issues. My old video card works fine in the PCI-e slot. The 9800GX2 is a dual core hence maybe the 2 green lights? Similar Threads - powerful Forum Date Best low power video card for (mostly) headless PC?
If I plug my DVI cable into the 9800, my monitor will not come on. HELP! Ask a question and give support.
solved Thermaltake Toughpower 750W W0117 enough for an R9 290? How to set a variable to a random value with bash Why are concurrent writes not allowed on an SQLite database? For example, the 5 V and 3.3 V rails are rated with a combined total amperage limit. Have you had a look at the PCI-e power plugs, as remember reading somewhere that some PSU have different configuration of the pins ( think was a corsair), and maybe try
Discussion topics include choosing a processor, installing hard drives, adding RAM, upgrading video cards, sound cards, DVD drives, Blu-ray drives, PSU, and much more.Real-Time ActivityMy Tracked DiscussionsFAQsPoliciesModerators General discussion Nvidia 9800 Also please exercise your best judgment when posting in the forums--revealing personal information such as your e-mail address, telephone number, and address is not recommended. I had power issues when I installed mine, but I tried to run it with a 550w PSU. :bang head I put a 850w and it's fine now. Is your 260 a dual unit card of some kind?
After posting on a websitehttp://www.techsupportforum.com/gami...ml#post1716485i was told that the problem is my PSU is not powerful enough and if i keep playing, my card will detoriate in quality. http://www.hardforum.com/showthread.php?p=1032486098 A single 9800 GX2 does not require 40A on the12v rail for itself, but rather 40A total on the 12v rail for the entire system. 40A x 12v = 480 More power lost this way means higher electricity bills, more heat (louder fans), and no advantage. –Hennes Feb 13 '16 at 11:11 add a comment| up vote 3 down vote The My GT280 has only 1 light when it's working right, but it's not an EVGA design.
I am going to get a 9800 gx2 at the end of this month. The minimum power requirements provide a margin of safety because you need a margin of safety to provide enough power for full usage of the other features of your computer. View answers 9800 Pro game problem my screen flickers and is distorted on BF1942 , Max Pain 2, and effects everquest in full screen i can ALT-Enter in everquest and it No video on monitor although monitor doesn't state that there is no input.
Most of the time these cards do not list any extra requirements However high end graphics cards need a lot more power than 75 Watt. A overspecced PSU would run slightly cooler (win!) possibly quieter (if the fans are thermally throttled) and possibly use less power - assuming you get a bronze or better rated PSU. Bomber500004-24-10, 09:25 AMDid you put it in the first PCIE slot? i was playing NFS Underground and it is keep lagging...
If I don't reply within 24 hours of your reply, feel free to send me a pm. It makes assumptions about how many Watts the rest of the system would consume, as well as some extra on top of that. View answers 9800 pro 256 ok I ust got this card yesterday and hooked it up, everything works and all. Valid, but worthless syntax in switch-case?
DocLiv04-24-10, 10:26 AMThat's really odd, the graphics card causing the BIOS to screw up like that. Unless I'm doing somethign really simple (wrong on my part), my conclusion is that the GPU is DOA. a typical 400 Watt PSU might be able to supply up to 150 Watt on the normal +3.3 and +5v domains and up to 300 Watt on the 12v rail. I hope the person I bought this from does the right thing and either give me a brainstorm idea or a refund.
Would I be able to buy additional connectors, for example form the Thermaltake website, and where would I go abut plugging in the additional 8 pin connector?