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Topic # 189180 19-Dec-2015 14:41
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Hi I am trying to help a work mate out with upgrading his PC.

I have given him my old 2500k, gigabyte x68x motherboard and corsair hx650 psu. I also helped him choose a 2nd hand asus r9-280x.

The issue I am having is when the card is in either pci slot it will not POST, no beeps or anything.

I have tried different cards in it (hd69670 and 980) and they both work.

I also tried the 280x in my pc and it also works.

I am currently trying it out of the case with nothing plugged in and still not getting anywhere.

anyone have any ideas?

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  Reply # 1453521 19-Dec-2015 14:54
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No idea. Secondary power required?



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  Reply # 1453525 19-Dec-2015 14:59
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yup got that plugged in. even tried 2 cables incase the daisy chain one was causing a problem.



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  Reply # 1453546 19-Dec-2015 16:14
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Finally sorted it there is a setting in bios labelled "PCI rom priority" after switching that to legacy it works.

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