I had several issues with a MSI motherboard that wasn’t supporting multiple vga’s properly so I changed it for a Asrock H110 Pro BTC +.
I fresh installed windows (prior to that I formatted the SSD). Did all the win tweaks (Disabled suspensions and HD turn off feature, configured the pc for max performance and disabled win update, Also set virtual mem to 16 gb), still windows freezes after some time, maybe hours maybe just one hour…sometimes after a day but won’t properly work on a 24/7 basis.
My guess: my EVGA Suprnova G2 1300 watts psu is not enough to feed all my Vga’s but…does that freeze your Pc? or Reboots it?
I’ve got 3 Nvidia Gtx 1080’s and one AMD R9 295x2 . The latter has a 500 watts TDP according to some hardware sites…so that’s almost 85% of my psu power capability, meaning that I’m going beyond the 80% max line…so now I’m running only 2 1080’s and the 295x2 to test it out. But I still wanted your points of view as many sets of eyes see more than just one, right?
I am using Bminer for CUDA and Claymore for the AMD card. Nvidia drivers 391.35 (as latest ones don’t get along with msi afterburner)
All is on stock settings, no OC.
Thanks a lot guys!