Does Fujitsu D2912-A1 supports R9 290X?

So I have motherboard Fujitsu D2912-A1 wth latest BIOS and also R9 290X (fully working).
If I insert it in my motherboard, I hear 3 beeps (one long and two shot), which means that something wrong with a videocard.
However if I plug GTX 650, everything is good.
So I wonder, what's the problem? I flashed the latest bios, "cleared" it by removing the battery for 10 min, but no luck.
However coolers on the videocard (R9 290X) work when I start my PC.
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  1. Your PSU maybe have problem to handle the r9 290x, because you said the PC works fine with gtx650.
  2. I doubt it, cause I have new 750W PSU.
  3. aknologia6path said:
    I doubt it, cause I have new 750W PSU.


    What brand and model is it? because not all the 700w PSU are the same.
  4. cin19 said:
    aknologia6path said:
    I doubt it, cause I have new 750W PSU.


    What brand and model is it? because not all the 700w PSU are the same.


    Chieftec Proton BDF 750. I think it's pretty enough, especially when some people use it for two 1060 or two 290x.
  5. From one review, that PSU should be fine. And I think that PSU will power up two gtx1060 for sli, but I don't think it can power CF r9 290x, except the cpu will bottleneck the CF 290X. If someone will use the high end cpu+ CF 290X, a well balanced PC, you will need more 750W PSU.

    And back to your thread, use gtx650, boot into the BIOS, in PC health monitor or hardware monitor section ( something like that), to check the +3.3V, +5V, and +12V. You want to see those voltages should be within +/- 5%, eg for +3.3V, the voltage should be like +3.1V to +3.4V.

    If those voltages are fine, and because you said the r9 290x works fine and the MB has newer BIOS, then the problem will be the compatibility problem.
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