WaterCooledSloppyJoeis there a documented case where they have admitted there was something wrong after saying themselves the device was fine? They were pretty adamant on the phone that their testing was the be all end all in this situation. they did say they'd do what they can over the phone to help when I receive the card again, but I don't know what they could possibly do over the phone to help. especially considering it's a custom loop that requires draining for testing other components.
mmomegaare you on a riser cable by chance? just curiosity out of something you mentioned.
Lordredmmomegaare you on a riser cable by chance? just curiosity out of something you mentioned.This might be a great question, are you using cable extensions for the PCI-E power connectors? On the set you daisy chained, did you chain port 1-2 or 2-3?
WaterCooledSloppyJoeI will say that I have 2 cables powering it and using both connections on one cable.
WaterCooledSloppyJoe I will say that I have 2 cables powering it and using both connections on one cable.
Kerby1280WaterCooledSloppyJoe I will say that I have 2 cables powering it and using both connections on one cable. Why are you running a 3090 on two power cables? You should be using all three PCI-E cables to power this power hungry monster. That is your problem right there.