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MSI GeForce GTX-660-Ti (2 cards) can't work in Physx... pls help

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June 29, 2013 6:21:39 AM

I’m at a lost, can’t make PHYSX work in a perfect setup, all new components.

2 – MSI GeForce GTX-660 TI (in SLI)
3 – Viewsonic 2241 (digital)

I’m running the last drivers. 2 screens are on the card (1) with 2 DVI and the third is in the second card (2) with a DVI in the main connector. I see the configuration in Configure Surround, PhysX, but if I click Span display with Surround, I have Connect a display in the GPU.

Also, I only see one card here in Configure Display for Surround. “GeForce GTX 660 Ti (1)”… Not seeing the second card drawing.

I read all I could on the net, but nothing… Change the cards, nothing, the motherboard, the monitors, nothing….

Can anyone help?

Thanks,
Mario
a c 330 Î Nvidia
a c 535 U Graphics card
June 29, 2013 2:29:22 PM

Do you have the cards connected with a SLI bridge?
Is your motherboard SLI certified?
Did you do a clean install of your drivers after you set up your cards and monitors?
Are you using the latest drivers from the Nvidia website?
June 29, 2013 8:21:04 PM

Thank you for your reply!

I have a SLI bridge (1 bridge, connected to the connectors closest the case)
The board is the latest GA-X79S-UP5-WIFI - 3-way SLI compatible.
I have removed all the drivers and reinstall the latest. Graphics Driver 320.18 and PhysX 9.12.1031

I reinstalled them because I didn't see SLI configuration in the driver and I still don't see it... Only see Surround, PhysX, nothing about SLI here. The Windows 7 64 is new and barely no software on it. I have installed the drivers for the monitors, too.

I'm really starting to think that I have a SLI problem.... But I have latest bios update, Windows and motherboard drivers... so I'm not sure what to do next.

Mario
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June 29, 2013 9:50:37 PM

There we go, I found my problem, but not how to fix it. According to GPU-Z my NVIDIA SLI is disabled... but I can't enable it if I don't see where to do it. No setting in the bios of it.
a c 330 Î Nvidia
a c 535 U Graphics card
June 30, 2013 10:19:20 AM

Can you switch the cards around, swap them from upper to lower slots?
Have you tried running each card individually to make sure that they are working on their own?
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July 19, 2013 12:53:32 AM

dotnhack said:
There we go, I found my problem, but not how to fix it. According to GPU-Z my NVIDIA SLI is disabled... but I can't enable it if I don't see where to do it. No setting in the bios of it.



YOUR RIGHT CLICK ON THE DESKTOP SCREEN AND BRING UP THE NVIDIA CONTROL PANEL.

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