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ASUS P8Z77-I Deluxe mITX LGA1155 Z77 DDR3 1PCI-E16 SATA3 DVI HDMI DisplayPort USB3.0 Motherboard

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   Part #: P8Z77-I Deluxe
Subject: Asus 670 GTX & Asus P8Z77-I Deluxe NOT Incompatible?
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Totoro Dec 23, 2012 01:48 AM Reply | Bookmark
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Hey,

I just bought this p8z77 MB and switched over my GTX 670. The 670 worked like a charm on my old rig (Asus Crosshair Formula 4)

I pop this on on the new MB, and IT crashes like crazy. I can get into Window 7, but as soon as I run a bench to test graphics, it crashs. Temps get to about 60 c before the crash. Fans run, but never really kick in to higher levels.

I've used Afterburner to set the fans at max, and even tried to under clock the card.

I'm searched everywere for an answer, but I can't find one.

I put in a 6870 just to test, and it works fine. I don't know what the problem is.

Ram is fine, memtest with now errors. Even swapped my old systems ram in to test that too. Everything passed. Latest drivers 310.70

Help??? :D

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grumpy1 Dec 23, 2012 08:21 AM Reply | Bookmark
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Are you using a smaller case now?

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I Got 6 Strings Dec 23, 2012 08:35 AM Reply | Bookmark
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Are you using the same power supply with your system as you were before?

Also, maybe try testing it in ubuntu?

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Entz Dec 23, 2012 12:08 PM Reply | Bookmark
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Yeah definitely something is up.

I ran a ASUS 670 TOP edition on a P8Z77-I without any issues. No compatibility issues that I am aware of (Might be worth looking at the ASUS site for bios updates), perhaps it is a PCI-e 3.0 issue.

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AEO Dec 23, 2012 12:11 PM Reply | Bookmark
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there is a new BIOS update  out for this mobo that improves stability.


But which power supply are you using?

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Totoro Dec 23, 2012 12:24 PM Reply | Bookmark
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I'm using the latest bios 801. Using corsair ax750w gold ps. Dropped card to pcie 2 in the bios. New case but running it open for testing.

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AEO Dec 23, 2012 12:39 PM Reply | Bookmark
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If you are using all the latest drivers from asus or intel, then that could mean it is just faulty hardware.

I have this board too, and it doesn't give me any stability problems with an HD7870.

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Totoro Dec 23, 2012 01:47 PM Reply | Bookmark
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I guess I should RMA the MB then? Crap, what a pain in the***** Especially RMA at this time of the year :(

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AEO Dec 23, 2012 01:48 PM Reply | Bookmark
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try asking asus to see if they have any suggestions, seeing as both the mobo and video card are asus.

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Totoro Dec 23, 2012 01:58 PM Reply | Bookmark
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yeah, I've posted on the asus forums, and sent in a ticket to them as well.

There should be no reason why the 670 works in one rig, and not in the other, especially when I've swapped cards and both systems run fine.

Has to be some kind of compatibility issue with the pcie 3.0 slot. I'm really baffled. I've never come across something quite like this.

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Darkstar2 Dec 23, 2012 06:33 PM Reply | Bookmark
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You should try to rule out PSU or hardware failure (gfx card bad or MB) do you know someone who can lend you a similar card ? To answer your initial question, no, there should not be a compatibility issue with the card. If the board has other PCI-e slots, try using another. Are you using the main PCI-e slot ? The card should work fine with the board or it would not post at all. If you are able to run another GFX card on the PCI-e slot without a problem then you can rule out MB problem. What's left is PSU and GFX card problems..... Your gfx card needs enough juice from the PSU.....if the PSU's voltage and requirements are met, then it's the gfx card.

It would be extremely weird that an ASUS card would be incompatible with an ASUS motherboard, especially those 2 model #s.......So it's definitely not compatibility here.

Hope you find out the problem - it would be good to run more tests to rule out the problem before RMAing your board for nothing. :)

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Totoro Dec 24, 2012 12:00 AM Reply | Bookmark
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Here is the reply from Asus. I did everything the tech asked including wiping the system for the 3rd time. I've swapped ram/HDD/Video cards.

Also that is the PSU I'm using 750w Corsair Gold. More than enough juice.

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Entz Dec 24, 2012 12:26 AM Reply | Bookmark
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Something completely random to try: Disable Virtu MVP (Advanced/system agent/graphics, iGPU Multi-monitor), could set primary display to PCIe.

Was going to suggest forcing gen 2 but you tried that, could always try gen1.

As you say it is likely not the PSU but this does seem to only happen under load. I guess double check all the power connections, including the ones to the motherboard.

Running bios 0408 04/12/2012 on mine and it was working fine with a 2500k ... Top edition shouldn't be that different than the one you have. Might be worth a shot in the dark to try that one.

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xbx Dec 24, 2012 01:22 AM Reply | Bookmark
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Wipe your drivers and do a clean install. Was onboard disabled?

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Totoro Dec 24, 2012 02:20 PM Reply | Bookmark
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Completly pulled the corsair PSU. I put in my XFX 750 from my old build. Tested, still crashed. Made sure my ram was clocked down to 1333 (were it always has been.) Re-seated the CPU and checked for bent pins. Everything good.

I've forced 1st & 2nd gen in bios. Chose PCIE as primary display. Also, made sure Virtu MVP is disabled.

Nothing helps.

I'm pulling my hair out. LOL.

Funny thing is, I can get an awesome overclock etc, just this friggin 670 won't work. I'm 4.7 ghz stable right now 8 hours with prime.

Of course I set everything to stock when I'm trying to figure out this VC problem :D

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AEO Dec 24, 2012 03:04 PM Reply | Bookmark
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One other thought. If you've overclocked your bclk, you might want to put it back to 100mhz. PCIe is tied to bclk, so overclocking that can lead to unstable graphics cards.

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Totoro Dec 25, 2012 02:44 PM Reply | Bookmark
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Asus tech told me that I should RMA the Card and the MB... wtf... :/

They don't know what's wrong eaither.

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