I've followed the directions that came in the Sapphire user manual on setting up CFX, and I've followed the directions that were listed in my mobo user manual. I've followed various guides that i've found via google. Basically each time I've uninstalled and reinstalled CCC & the associated drivers. I've tried running the power cable from my PSU to both cards and they will only display on my monitors if the monitors are hooked into that gfx card(They both work but the Sapphire card is Fing LOUD!). PCI-E is enabled in bios. After doing all of this several times CCC 10.10 still does not show a CFX option under the graphics drop down menu.
Please don't take this the wrong way but I have to ask: Do you have the CF bridge mounted and pressed down firmly?
If so and it's still not working, remove both cards, swap locations, make sure that both are seated firmly in the mobo, firmly attach the CF bridge,start your PC. Make sure CF is enabled in bios before entering windows. Then check CCC for CF Enable option.
Haha, I wish that my problem were so simple Jimmyzline. I may switch the bridge with the other bridge when I swap the cards positions. I don't remember seeing a CF option in my bios. Also, the mobo user manual didn't mention any thing about it in bios.
When I look at it with GPU-Z it only is showing the card in my primary PCI-E slot, even if i'm actually running power and my monitors through the secondary card. I'm not sure what numbers you were referring to for the manufacture or frequencies, but it all looks normal to me. Do you think this could be an issue with my mobo?
EDIT: I just stumbled upon this... http://www.asrock.com/mb/vga.asp?Model=870%20Extreme3&c=CF Although it does not specifically say it supports the 5770 under windows 7, it does say that it supports the 5870 and the 4850 with crossfire. Would it be safe to assume that the 57xx series are included?
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