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EVGA 560 Ti in SLI, Dual Monitor Problems.

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Last response: in Graphics Cards
September 15, 2011 2:52:52 AM

I'm not exactly sure if it's my 560's or my mobo that's causing my problems but it's really annoying.

I just recently got this computer (yesterday!) and it's already giving me troubles.

Here are the specs:

CPU: i7 2600K
Mobo: Gigabyte Z68-UD3H
RAM: Corsair Vengeance 8GB DD3-1600 (2 DIMM's)
VGA: 2xEVGA GTX560 Ti (1GB) in SLI
PSU: Corsair ATX 850W
OS: Win 7 Pro
VGA Driver: Have not installed new drivers since I got this computer.

I have an ASUS VH242 24" 1080p monitor that I've been using my computer with. I've been playing Bad Company 2 on it with no problems. Just now, I decided to try and use my 42" Toshiba Regza 1080p (same res, so should be even less complicated) alongside the 24" just for fun. I connected the VGA cable into a VGA-DVI adapter, and then connected it to my first 560, next to my DVI connector for the ASUS VH242. I restarted the computer and the screen defaulted on the 42" (that's okay, I guess.) But it would not get past the "Starting Windows" sign.

After a couple of seconds in the Starting Windows sign, it BSOD's but the screen doesn't stay on long enough for me to see what error it says. It just flashes the BSOD and then restarts, and goes into that loop again and again. Nothing is overclocked, I have a Corsair H50 on the CPU, and have been getting 70 degrees C maximum when I'm playing games.

What's going on?!

More about : evga 560 sli dual monitor problems

September 15, 2011 3:07:13 AM

Managed to take a video of the bootup and this is the BSOD error I get:

0x0000007B (0xFFFFF880009A98E8, 0xFFFFFFFFC0000034, 0x0000000000000000, 0x0000000000000000)