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Power card or power cord? you might be referring to the ac adapter right? just download and flash the latest BIOS for your system.

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1. Just clarifying things what does this mean ""When a separate card was tested"" does you HD6970 on crossfire?. or just a single card and the separate card means spare card. Am I right?

2. From your statement ""the fan began to rotate at an incredible speed"" does the 2x 8pin power connector plugged? reference images below.

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6/8 Pin power connector

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3. The main reason fans speed up and no display, you did not plugged the 2x 8 Pin power. if your Power Supply do not have such cables you better purchase one having 2-4 PCIE 6/8 Pin if you have plans on doing a crossfire setup.



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