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Can I put a a dual slot GPU riser in both GPU slots and use 4 GPU’s? Also can I use 2 different brands of GPU?

I want to use 4 GPU’s with a 2 GPU slot motherboard. Also, can 2 of those GPU’s be from another company and still work together?
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Will the PCI-E x16 3.0 Black Extender Riser Cable on my verticle GPU mount negate the benefits of my PCI-E gen 4 GPU and mobo?

So I bought a verticle GPU mount for my Lian Li Lancool 2 mesh and just realized that the riser cable is only rated for PCI-E Gen 3. My x570 mobo and GPU (if I can get one) use PCI-E gen 4. Will this reduce the performance of my GPU in any noticeable way? I tend to be a bit OCD and want to have the most up to date components in my new build. I've looked at a couple of PCI-E gen 4 cables and they cost as much as the entire verticle mount and I'm not even sure the new cable would be compatible with the mount. Am I obsessing about tiny details that won't make any difference?
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PCIe Gen 4 GPU in a PCIe Gen 4 MB with NVMe+Wifi using PCIe Gen 3 lines. Is GPU theoretically using full Gen 4 bandwidth?

Hi! I was searching some WiFi PCIe modules when I suddenly I came across this question: I picked up a B550 motherboard and I want buy a rx6800 which it's a x16 gen 4 GPU card; I have a NVMe x4 gen 3 already ready to use. Assuming that WiFi card is using x4 gen 3 lines or lower, I got 2 questions:
1) Could the motherboard use Gen 4 and Gen 3 lines at the same time? 2) Can that GPU use x16 gen 4 lanes without any issues?
Thanks for reading!
P.S: B550 can support 20 gen 4 lines thanks to CPU and up to 10 gen 3 lines, but that doesn't really confirm that should work as I intended 🤔
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iPad Air 4 GPU benchmark outperform A12Z?

iPad Air 4 GPU benchmark outperform A12Z?
I'm very curious why A14 4-core GPU benchmark is better than A12Z 8-core GPU.

A12Z vs A14 GPU benchmark
Because the official iPad Air 4 intro page only says that the A14 has 30% faster graphics than the A12. And A12Z has around 70%~80% faster graphics than the A12. But benchmark show that A14 has around 70% faster graphics than the A12. This does not match the description on the Apple website at all.

A14 vs A12 GPU (from Apple Website)
A12 Metal benchmark
So, can anyone explain this?
Here's the A14 vs A12Z compared result: https://browser.geekbench.com/v5/compute/compare/1588258?baseline=1581541
And here's the A14 Metal score: https://browser.geekbench.com/v5/compute/1581541
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4 GPU Build that I scrapped

4 GPU Build that I scrapped submitted by gltovar to watercooling [link] [comments]

Gigabyte TRX40 Designare 4 GPU issues (revisited)

There is an older post on here about the Gigabyte TRX40 Designare motherboards having issues with 4 GPU's being added. It's an archived post, but I would love to throw my hat in the ring as well.
I was able to get three of the four cards working properly, but the fourth isn't. Even with CSM disabled, and 4G Decoding enabled. The GPU's will POST, but the machine still won't boot because it won't recognize the bootable drives either.
So that being said, the GPU's will POST in the bios, but the power consumption still seems to be an issue with the 4th card. Could this be a power issue? I'm currently running a 1300 EVGA PSU, and I'm on version F4i in the BIOS.

2x1080 Ti hybrids
Threadripper 3970X
Has anyone got this working yet? Thanks in advance
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How should I connect all 4 GPU's to power?

First of all, here are the main parts of my current build:
CPU: Threadripper 3960x
GPU: 1 x 1070, 2 x 2080Ti
Mobo: Aorus TRX40 XTreme
Memory: 8*16G memory
Storage: 2 x 2TB Samsung 970 plus and 1 x 2TB Samsung 860
PSU: Corsair AX1600i
As I am trying to add the fourth GPU (pre-ordered MSI 3090 Gaming x Trio on CDW), this power problem arises. My mobo needs 3 PCIe ports (2 for powering the CPU, 1 for OC_PEG that makes system more stable), 1070 requires 1 and each 2080Ti requires 2. So that's 8 PCIe ports taken on the PSU. As I already pre-ordered the MSI 3090 Gaming x Trio, which needs 3 power connectors, I don't have enough on my PSU. Before I decided to withdraw my preorder and order another version of 3090 that requires only 2 PCIe ports, is there any other solutions? Thanks very much!
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How should I connect all 4 GPU's to power?

First of all, here are the main parts of my current build:
CPU: Threadripper 3960x
GPU: 1 x 1070, 2 x 2080Ti
Mobo: Aorus TRX40 XTreme
Memory: 8*16G memory
Storage: 2 x 2TB Samsung 970 plus and 1 x 2TB Samsung 860
PSU: Corsair AX1600i
As I am trying to add the fourth GPU (pre-ordered MSI 3090 Gaming x Trio on CDW), this power problem arises. My mobo needs 3 PCIe ports (2 for powering the CPU, 1 for OC_PEG that makes system more stable), 1070 requires 1 and each 2080Ti requires 2. So that's 8 PCIe ports taken on the PSU. As I already pre-ordered the MSI 3090 Gaming x Trio, which needs 3 power connectors, I don't have enough on my PSU. Before I decided to withdraw my preorder and order another version of 3090 that requires only 2 PCIe ports, is there any other solutions? Thanks very much!
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Getting 4 GPU's to work for mining on Intel Z77

I have the Asus Maximus V Formula motherboard, an Intel i7-3770 CPU, 16gb ddr3 1600mhz(Set to XMP 1), 120GB SSD plugged in via Asus' SATA3 port 1. I have 2 5700's, a 1070 TI and a 1060 6GB GPU's. I am using pcie risers. I can get 3 to work but not 4. I have disabled onboard HD controller, Bluetooth, wifi, and the Asmedia SATA and USB in BIOS. I also changed the 3 pcie_16 slots to Gen1 speed. The manual for the motherboard doesn't make it clear how to use 4 pcie ports. I have the latest BIOs and there is no setting in BIOS to 'enable 4g decoding'. Here is a link to my motherboard and a picture of the pcie slots. Im assuming its an issue with sharing irq's however I can't figure out which lanes to have them in. In order of pcie slots: 2.0, 3.0, 1.0, 1.0, 3.0, 1.0, 3.0. FYI current setup working is primary display gpu in pcie 2.0 slot, and then the last 2 pcie 1.0 ports. Thanks in advance.
Asus Maximus V Formula motherboard
picture of pcie slots
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Looking to build a 4 GPU deep learning machine

I'm trying to build something similar to this 4 GPU build for deep learning but am looking to substitute some newer parts. For sure, I am going to get the Nvidia 30 series GPUs that will likely be announced tomorrow but I am wondering if anybody has any suggestions to newer parts in this build. Particularly the motherboard (that can support PCIe4) and the CPU?
Currently they use the ASUS WS X299 SAGE and Intel Core i9-9820X Skylake X 10-Core 3.3Ghz
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Looking for advice on a 4 GPU build for rendering, from case to power to motherboard.

Background I'm using a GPU render engine (Redshift) for CGI work. Currently running a 3700x + 2070s + 1070 but I'm looking at going for a new rig (once AMD announces the new chips) that could get upto 4 GPUs stuffed inside.
I was eyeing up the MSI Godlike board + 3950X to start with a view to full on population of the motherboards GPU slots at some point. Now I'm waiting for whatever the new 3950X will be (4950X ?) and seeing if multi GPU slot MBs will also start to be shipped with space for the new coolers. (so clearance for 4x 3 slot GPUs)
My questions are....
  1. Assuming that 4 slot PCIe MBs are not going to be going for a clearance between slots for 3 slot cards so risers/extensions are needed what cases are there out there which would happily fit two additional GPUs vertically that are 3 slot and what should I be looking at for risers? any particular brand recommended over another? any that specialize in L shaped connectors coming off the MB so I won't have clearance issues with phat cards?
  2. what is the current state of multiple PSU builds and is there anything I should know about up front that will make transitioning to one easier should it be needed (this might also play into case considerations as above) and what safeguards are there to stop the two PSUs 'fighting' when it comes to reference level voltages? (or are my dreams of an eventual 4x 3080 rig over before they start?)
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Motherboard that can fit 3-4 gpu

I'm looking for a motherboard that can fit 3-4 gpus for mining. I know that they should be pcie x16 slots but how can I tell if they will have enough slot spaces to fit them? Many of the 3 pcie x16 gpu slots seem to have a very narrow space between the lowest slot and the bottom so I'm not sure if my graphics card could fit on it.
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Fallout 4 gpu

my r9 270x died yesterday and now I'm borrowing a 1050
what new gpu would be the best for playing the game at 768p60hz on ultra for around $220 US
I live in South Africa so 220 plus tax and inflated price adds up to R4000
best gpu I can get is an Asrock rx580 8gb for R3997 incl. shipping
amazon shipping is at least R1000 on amy gpu so that's not an option
current build:
Ryzen 5 3600
aorus b450 pro
16gb ddr4 3200
750w psu
PS: won't upgrade my monitor because mom says its pointless since I already have one
thanks for your input
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PCIe gen 3 mobo and gen 4 gpu

I don't know a lot about pcs and pcie, but the new rtx 3000 series is gonna be pcie gen 4 and i am planing to buy a pcie gen 3 mobo. Will it still work with it and will it make the performance worse?
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Need help for Making a 4 gpu Setup.

Budget not a problem but all i have is lot of gtx 1060s.
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Gen 4 GPU on Gen 3 pcie Motherboard performance+upgrade questions.

So like pretty much everyone right now I am very excited with the RTX 30 series. Since I usually do full builds every 5 years or so and skip upgrades until I can fully build a setup, I usually hang on to really old stuff for long. Now with this new nvidia gen I'm thinking about buying a 3080 but my main concern is that I might not be able to afford a complete setup upgrade just yet so I was thinking of getting the gpu first(Currently have a 980) but I am still running on an old msi z97 board with gen 3 pcie lanes and a 4790k.
My first question is simply for the time being would I get bottle necked running a 3080 with a m.2 together on gen 3 even if both the m.2 and 3080 are gen 4 rated? I highly doubt my cpu would bottleneck me in any way but to be safe I'd like to be sure on that too.
Second question is about reference cards directly from nvidia. Are there a noticeable difference in term of performances/price and cooling along with overall durability comparing the two when new cards are coming out? This would be my first time buying a new gpu out of the gate since I usually wait for benchmark/review and drivers update/bad production runs to iron out before buying. I did not fall for the first RTX gen but this time around is it actually responsible to buy in that early for a second gen platform?
What I actually want to do before Christmas is to get the gpu and get a new set of memory(8gb of slow 1600 starting to show its age too) first then get the mobo/cpu next year hopefully with a new intel gen if there are any planned.
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Motherboard board recommendations for Xeon Processor and 4 GPU support

In a post earlier today, I learned that a Xeon processor is preferred for deep learning builds since it has ECC memory. Does anybody have recommendations for a motherboard that supports Xeon processors and 4 GPUs?
I was trying to model off of this article originally:
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Advice for 3-4 GPU setup

I am looking to build some PCs with a requirement of 3-4 GPUs per PC, with 3090 / 3080 cards.
What is the best setup to do this?
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Fallout 4, GPU usage 60%

My gpu percent isn’t ever maxed in game. It’s usually sitting around 60% and I’m not hitting 144fps. I have a ryzen 5 1600AF, 5600xt, 16gb Ram. So there should be no bottlenecks at all.
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Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 4 GPU CRASH BUG

Fortnite Chapter 2 Season 4 GPU CRASH BUG
Every time I tab out of the game (or go to my other monitor) the screen flashes black a few times. I do this 2-3 times sometimes not even that, and I get this message. I see the game running fine behind it but once I close the message the game closes.
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[SUPPORT] How to connect 4 GPU's to ASUS X299 SAGE when USB 3.1 gen connector is in the way

I have an ASUS X299 SAGE motherboard. I am installing 4 GPU's (RTX 2080Ti) into it. These have EKWB Water Blocks so they are much thinner and lower profile than a stock GPU.
ASUS includes a 90-degree adapter for the USB 3.1 gen 1 connector, otherwise it would totally block the 4th GPU. But they do not include a 90-degree adapter for the USB 3.1 gen 2 Type C connector, and I have not been able to find one, and it totally blocks the 4th GPU. I am hoping the solution isn't "Just do without USB 3.1 gen 2". As it is, my case has 2 USB 3.1 gen 1 connector and I could only connect 1 since this motherboard only has 1 port for USB 3.1 gen 1. So I would really like to keep my USB 3.1 gen 2 connected but I would need some sort of solution, possibly a 90-degree adapter but one does not seem to exist. It would need to be USB 3.1 Gen 2 Type C male to female adapter, low profile. I have looked through all that came with the board hoping an adapter was included but the only 90-degree adapter was for USB 3.1 gen 1.
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Farming part 4 GPU quest for mechanic

So, i finally got my 3rd graphics card for farming part 4..........the reward for which is 9800xp, 345 euros and a glock pistol. GPU are rare and expensive to handover. anyway, this then unlocked fertilizers quest......find 5 wires and 5 capacitors, cheap and easily crafted in hideout, not to mention found commonly all over the place. this reward was 19500xp, 75k rubles and 3 bitcoin? seems a bit un balanced, should at least be the other way around.
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