Issues with GPU P870KM

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  1. DriftzRotorz

    DriftzRotorz Newbie

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    Hello everyone Ive been an owner of an P870KM1 with Prema bios for about a year and I have recently been having issues with games crashing when SLi is enabled. I understand that SLi can cause games to crash however, I have discovered recently that anytime I try to play a game with SLi after a few mins it crashes and program exits. So I have been logging and monitoring to try and figure out what is going on and so far I have noticed that on one of my GPUs that the voltage drops to 0 not sure if this is due to the crash or faulty hardware. My temps are all good I have tried fresh windows new drivers etc... But I cannot play any games in SLi at all even the ones that used to work.

    Another thing to note is I have been getting errors such as nvlddmkm during the crash. I feel like I have tried everything and no longer know what to do. Does anyone have any experience with an issue like this?

    Any help anyone can provide would be appreciated.

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  2. Meaker@Sager

    Meaker@Sager Company Representative

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    Talk to your reseller if your not confident. Otherwise try swapping the cards and reseating the sli cable.
     
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  3. t6nn_k

    t6nn_k Notebook Consultant

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    Try older/newer nvidia drivers.
     
  4. Prostar Computer

    Prostar Computer Company Representative

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    Test on a single card at a time (disable SLI) if you're comfortable with opening the system, and if it doesn't affect any warranty you might have left. One of them could be at fault, if it's not SLI/software, specifically.
     
  5. Meaker@Sager

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    Hence the swap to test if the 2nd card is faulty.
     
  6. ScruffyITA

    ScruffyITA Notebook Enthusiast

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    check if temperature are ok and if pads are of the good size. also as suggested check one single gpu at time.
     
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