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EVGA GeFroce GTX 660 Ti SC problems


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Bernd Van Praet

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Hi,

today I bought this GTX 660 Ti card:
http://www.newegg.co...N82E16814130810

Now, before the swap from the HD 5870 to the 660 Ti
I changed Graphics Enabler from Yes to No.
Installed the CUDA Drivers.

Swapped the cards and the system just booted fine.
Now at the moment after installing Fake SMC nVidea plugins... the system freezes.
When I restarted the system it stuck on the Apple logo, but no spinning wheel...
When trying -v it hangs at the photo in the attachment: first photo.
Attached File  IMG_0964.JPG   169.11KB   33 downloads

When I reswap to my HD 5870 the system just boots fine...
Installed the latest drivers that where released by nVidea, but no succes...

when using following bootflags "-x -v" I get this screen: second photo.
Attached File  IMG_0965.JPG   181.9KB   33 downloads

What can be the problem?
It's really strange, because I tried to do a clean install on seperated HDD, but it don't boot the the installer....

Kind regards,

Bernd

Edited by Bernd Van Praet, 03 October 2012 - 06:07 AM.


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Boot with:

-v npci=0x3000

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Now at the moment after installing Fake SMC nVidea plugins... the system freezes.

You need FakeSMC but remove the FakeSMC nvidia plugins, it's a known problem.





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