Once again, I would like advice that will help me to successfully launch a 6x 1080Ti AORUS excavator. Thanks for the last tips you sent - I already have a more powerful power adapter installed. The problem now is that not after firing my two new power supplies - digging is impossible … Most often ends with bluescreen immediately after a series of errors “Thread does not exist” (example from the zcash excavator).
I present detailed specifications and connection. Please give me any tips on what is wrong and where to improve it
- Operating System: Windows 10 Pro ver. The latest (installed through the latest updates [10.0?]
- Modular power supply EVGA SUPRNOVA 1300w G2
THERMALTAKE 1475W G2 semi-modular power supply
- AsRock H81 PRO motherboard BTC r2.0 with CPU G1840 Celeron and 4GB RAM
Current connection method:
For powering the motherboard (widest pin), a super PSU connection kit is connected which looks exactly like this:
Power supply 1300W connected by plug with wide pin and more wires. An additional plug with two wires is connected to a stronger power supply.
From that 1300 I connected the power supply: CPU, SSD, all risers (3 SATA ports in the power supply - two risers on the cable), two 1080ti cards with 8PIN-> 8PIN cable (that is, 4 VGA ports in the power supply /
With Thermaltake I supply four remaining 1080Ti (first and second as above two 8PIN-8PIN cables, third: two 8PIN → 8PIN + 6 + 2PIN, fourth power is the fifth card 6 + 2PIN. The cables used are modular … the 4pin target is factory-built and left undisturbed, plus 2x PERIF from the power supply supplies the two MOLEX ports on the motherboard. in the same moment.
I have tried different combinations. This is the only one that allows you to start up your hardware and get to the Desktop from a connected monitor to HDM I (eventually I use TeamViewer).
BIOS Motherboard: LATEST | Set Gen1 and PCI EXPRESS as Primary graphic. Disable unnecessary devices like Onboard audio. The latest 1080Ti drivers (from NVIDIA). Those from AORUS have the same effect. GPU Bios - LATEST!
All were factory-built except for one that was uploaded by me.
All updates are pasted, DDU already used. I have already changed the drivers by manually selecting in the signatures for those signed digitally from microsoft - unsuccessfully! By the time the power adapter came in I had 5 cards connected to 1350 + 750w and digging was not tied to any problems. On the Thermaltake power supply there are diodes, one of which is red (at PG Signal). For every term I read where I can and did not find meaningful posts that would be helpful. Please help where is the error / what is missing / where badly connected / what, why and why
Thank you for help