Asus m2n sli deluxe sli 1 is 16 and 2 is 8 how to work 8 8
Have two 9800GTX+,and i want to know how to switch SLI
to speed x8(on firs PCIe),and on second PCIe also x8.Firs card works with speed of PCIe x16, and second x8.
MY rig is: m2n sli deluxe,kingston ddr2 800 4x 1gb,cpu 6400+,coolermaster extreme power 650w ,sound blaster xfi titanium Fatal1ty pro.v stream terminator tv card ,pci ide controler ,2 sata hdd wd 80gb wd500gb ,1 ata wd320gb
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Here's the configuration for that board. If your trying to overclock, you'll want to go with a higher setting.
CPUChiosei HT Voltace 11.20 VI Allows you to set the pocessorhipset HyperTranspoit voltage. Configuration options: [1 .20V] [1 .25VJ 11 .30V] [1 .35VJ [+1 .40V1 [+1 .45V] [+1 50V] Chtoset Core Vo#aae f1.40V1 Allows you to set the dlipset core voltage. Configuration options: [1 .40V1 [1 .50V] [1 .60V] Ctitpset Slan&w Core Vo?taoe 11.40 VI Allows you to set the diipset standby coe voltage. Configuration options: [1 .40V] [1 .6OVJ CIhVsef Fi-E Voitaae 11.50 VI Allows you to set the dlipset PCI Express voltage. Configuration options: [1 .50V1 [1 .55V1 [1 .60V] [1 .65V] [1 .70V1 CPU Vcore Offset Voltage fDisabdJ Allows you to csable or set the processo vCore offset voltage. Configuration options: [Disabled] [Offset lOO.OnIV] ASUS M2N-SU Deluxe
If you are using two SLI card they need to be bridged together so that the GPUs work together to process the load. Also, in your BIOS you must make sure you configure it to use SLI. Furthermore, the most important thing is that if you are using SLI cards that you update the graphics softeware and set the cards to be bridged. SLI is flaky sometimes, just have to iron out the behavior and tweak it over time and make sure that everyting is clocked right.
Hey, I own the same board, well the brother model, M2N-SLI and on both boards its the same, X8 when two cards are used, 16 when only one card is used, I have 8600GT two of them, previously used in sli, but now with 3 monitors I don't use sli at all, I still think both cards are working at x8 even if sli isn't enabled.