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System not reading second 560Ti

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December 11, 2012 7:44:20 PM

Hey guys so I recently bought a new 560ti to SLI with my current. It is the MSI Twin Frozer II model, 2GB. Both cards are totally 100% identical. When I put the card in and connect the bridge and start it up the card does not even read on the Device Manager. The fans on both cards are spinning though. Anyone have any idea what I can try to get this thing to read?

Also as some side notes, I did test the card in the primary slot and it does work and I also do have all 4 six pin connectors inserted into each card.

System:

ASROCK P67 Gen3
2GB Twin Frozer 560ti (2)
intel 2500k stock speeds
750w PSU


EDIT: So just triple checked everything...SLI bridge wasn't seated properly it seems. SLI is working now! :) . Sorry for the post guys, couldn't find a way to delete it. :( 

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December 11, 2012 9:34:19 PM

EmericanZero said:
Hey guys so I recently bought a new 560ti to SLI with my current. It is the MSI Twin Frozer II model, 2GB. Both cards are totally 100% identical. When I put the card in and connect the bridge and start it up the card does not even read on the Device Manager. The fans on both cards are spinning though. Anyone have any idea what I can try to get this thing to read?

Also as some side notes, I did test the card in the primary slot and it does work and I also do have all 4 six pin connectors inserted into each card.

System:

ASROCK P67 Gen3
2GB Twin Frozer 560ti (2)
intel 2500k stock speeds
750w PSU


EDIT: So just triple checked everything...SLI bridge wasn't seated properly it seems. SLI is working now! :) . Sorry for the post guys, couldn't find a way to delete it. :( 


Check your SLI bridge that could be a problem, some times they dont reach or can get messed up
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December 11, 2012 9:34:35 PM

Oh nevermind you solved it, lol sorry about that post
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December 21, 2012 6:42:02 PM

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December 21, 2012 6:42:49 PM

Michael31 said:
Oh nevermind you solved it, lol sorry about that post


No problem, I appreciate the response. The SLI bridge was in fact my issue so I still marked your answer. :) 
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