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Does this mean that once my GPU is connected with the raiser cable (on the x16 terminal), it would no longer require PCI-E 6/8 pins to power up?I could not find permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]PBAsydney[S] 9 points10 points11 points 3 years ago(1 child)The pins are actually identical and it fits perfectly. I have 8 GPUs on the 6 slots, working fine.8 gpus? They're not very expensive and it's a useful tool to have, even if you don't use it that often. (You must log in or sign up to reply here.) Show https://forums.techguy.org/threads/burn-pin-on-pci-card-can-i-still-use-it.777314/

Can Faulty Graphics Card Damage Motherboard

Getting them to do this, rather than pulling against each other, can make quite a difference to how your machine behaves, but most come out of their boxes inadequately set up This same source powers everything in your PC... (Fans lights CPU RAM etc). That's OK for 2-3 cards. But they decided to reverse them for some reason.

  1. So the total cost (electricity) per card is lower.If you undervolt and underclock, you will not use the full 75W PCIE power/current.H61/81 is good as they have two on board molex
  2. I saw this 6pin PCI-E cable and I was about to try it but thank god I didn't.
  3. permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]intelminer 0 points1 point2 points 3 years ago(0 children)Not gonna lie, I've...I've actually done this once Weirdly, the machine would still POST about once every 50 boots! (once given a "proper" 8-pin
  4. and use only one gpu, yep you don't need a riser...
  5. permalinkembedsave[–]rotarycombustion -5 points-4 points-3 points 3 years ago(0 children)lol what a noob permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]liesthroughhisteeth -5 points-4 points-3 points 3 years ago(2 children)I'm thinking a person would have to literally pound these in with a hammer!
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  7. The only hope is to try to salvage the other components.
  8. permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]leadzor 1 point2 points3 points 3 years ago(0 children)That, unless you're the unlucky guy who did this to a ~220 mid range board (like the Asus P8 series, good boards though [biased])
  9. Re: PCI-E slot died with RX 480 trix4rix Jul 1, 2016 3:07 AM (in response to roquen22) I have this exact same issue, totally killed my 990FX from MSI.
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I'm not going to lie, I've replaced more PSUs than any other part in my machine. You have to force them in to connect it. Advertisements do not imply our endorsement of that product or service. Before I place orders, I have some questions on the raiser cables.

permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]Awesomebox5000 0 points1 point2 points 3 years ago(0 children) Wasn't my phone in my back pocket? Can A Graphics Card Fry A Motherboard If you get a burn like this, you don't really know in which layer it happened. permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]Awesomebox5000 1 point2 points3 points 3 years ago(2 children)The biggest mistakes I've ever made have all come moments after saying to myself, "Yeah, looks like it should work." Not sure? https://bitcointalk.org/index.php?topic=1088688.0 I know this, as I'm still using a Core2 Quad and wanted to get a new mobo.

permalinkembedsavegive gold[–]meshugga 7 points8 points9 points 3 years ago*(1 child)Oh this reminds me of my first burned motherboard in 1995, courtesy of those two pesky AT connectors that were completely interchangable in their the pc had no power plunged and i also unplugged rest of the cables before i try to installed the card Kakashii, Dec 8, 2008 #3 TheOutcaste Joined: Aug 7, Re: PCI-E slot died with RX 480 speeder Jul 1, 2016 9:57 AM (in response to frostygrin) I own an 380X, and it throttles a lot, when I complain people tell and use only one gpu, yep you don't need a riser...

Can A Graphics Card Fry A Motherboard

Power to the risers help keep things safe, without them too much power will be trying to go through your motherboard and likely melt or burn something.TL;DR Make sure you have https://books.google.com/books?id=lwIAAAAAMBAJ&pg=PA36&lpg=PA36&dq=burn+pin+on+pci+card?+can+i+still+use+it?&source=bl&ots=Y2Df1g9l4Q&sig=tA26ajzS3Hpj2mQ6dZNSQTWF6f8&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0ahUKEwiP1ZvBvMzRAhXB7IMKHV0gDV4Q6AEIO Just like putting a PCIex16 GPU in a PCIEx8 slot... Can Faulty Graphics Card Damage Motherboard The BIOS Companion is a book that: Explains those secret settings in the CMOS Setup Contains a wealth of data for troubleshooting Includes Error and POST Codes Is a constant source Be sure the PC is unplugged of course.

You may end up disconnecting that contact from the circuit board (if it isn't already). here It was not reference. After looking up the error code on the motherboard, I found that it was "No VGA present" so at first I thought the card was dead and I put back in To the inexperienced builder: LOOK IT UP BEFORE YOU POWER IT UP.

While there are other ground contacts, it may adversely affect how the board operates. I could be wrong in thinking that, though. I shut my desktop down, removed the power and tried it just to be sure. find more Aug 5, 2012 at 12:33 PM #9 Aquinus Resident Wat-man Joined: Jan 28, 2012 Messages: 9,833 (5.37/day) Thanks Received: 4,906 Location: Concord, NH System Specs System Name: Kratos Processor: Intel Core

In case it's relevant, CPU Temps were 52-54C on each core. I've never actually tried it though. Can a damaged graphics card damage the motherboard or other components?

The two links below show the PCI-E 6 pin plug will pop directly into the 8 pin CPU socket - shifted to the left.

I guess I am just fortunate to have not accidentally done this considering how many PCs I have built and PSUs I have replaced. 8 pin socket for CPU : http://techreport.com/forums/viewtopic.php?f=16&t=79850 Mainly because it is connected to just about everything.Click to expand... They shouldn't be able to fit in like that. permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]McFuggin 3 points4 points5 points 3 years ago(6 children)It may be salvagable, but I doubt it.

djm34 Legendary Offline Activity: 952 Re: Question on PCI-E raiser cable and GPU miner June 14, 2015, 10:59:40 AM #12 Quote from: BitmoreCoin on June 14, 2015, 10:34:10 AMIf you buy but still...if you plug something into a header, and the number of pins don't match...it's probably a good idea to check the doc's to make sure you're doing it right permalinkembedsaveparentgive Re: PCI-E slot died with RX 480 frostygrin Jul 1, 2016 7:37 AM (in response to roquen22) Did you increase the card's power limit? 1 of 1 people found this helpful Read More Here It's even more fun when you upgrade your power supply so it's able to deliver 3000 watts right to your doorstep- 300V, 10A.

So I put the RX 480 in the second PCI-E slot and now everything is working just fine. I use as many gpu as possible to reduce the overhead cost of system. in theory, the rest of the card/slot should work fine. The system would have shut down...

Some of the plug designs are just straight up confusing due to what I assume to be a lack of proper forethought. Panther: The PSU very well could be shot, but it might be a worth-while investment to get a PSU tester. within the Other Hardware Support forums, part of the Tech Support Forum category. permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]dafragsta 16 points17 points18 points 3 years ago(0 children)ITT: People keep insisting it won't fit without force, when it fits just fine.

I think it is more inexcusable that Vcc/Gnd are flipped...especially when you look at the pinout for the two connectors. I have used the cards on another motherboard and theyseem stable for now, but honestly I'm terrified to even use them for gamingat all, as they have blown up one motherboard, Like Show 0 Likes(0) Actions 11.