I'm using a Z800 Mainboard with an adapter cable on a standard 1200W Power supply. I want to install 3x 980ti GPUs in the machine, but the one in Slot 7 always gives me an error 12 ("not enough resources") in windows.
It does work as a single GPU in slot 7, but when I add even one other GPU, it throws this error. I can use two GPUs in the assignated PCIe slots, but I need three to work.
I played around with disabling everything I don't need and PCIE Adapter/Compute Settings in the BIOS, but to no avail.
I have 1 and a half running systems. During the first switch on was the same problem like Z440 Mobo, no screen , boot precedure stopped with memory error.
But the A99-a has a very nice manual and I was able to make a bios update.... The system runs stabil. I was happy to use my reg ECC DDR4 2400 RAM. Installing Windows 10 64 bit with USB-Stick where without complications with the ssd corsair MP500 240 GB.
first: Motherboard Asus A99-a Intel Xeon e5-1620 v4 Cpu fan noctua 14cm Ram Kingston reg ecc KTH-PL424 2 x 8 GB Corsair MP500 240 GB SSD with adapter for m.2 scsi Monitor lg 43ud79-b Pny quadro p1000 Power supply atx 550W ATX Tower (old)
half system for selling or storage: Power supply for z440 tested could not find any mistakes Motherboard Z440 (no idea to flash the bios because no manual) adapter for ssd Tower Z600 (empty) Adapter for Z420 Mobo 24 pin to 18 pin 2 connectors 12 pin
Thank´s all for the interest. Excuse me for not supporting you in reading the power supply ID, I don´t know how.
I try to build a working place for autocad and 3d studio max.
My first idea
Motherboard z440 Intel Xeon e5-1620 v4 Cpu fan noctua Ram Kingston reg ecc KTH-PL424 2 x 8 GB (one bank1 one bank Corsair MP500 240 GB SSD with adapter for m.2 scsi Monitor lg 43ud79-b Pny quadro p1000 Power supply atx with adapter
First change (because of don't found the right adapter) Power supply for z440
Second change Motherboard asus x99-a Power supply atx No adapter for ssd
Last post by hen6e - February 13, 2018, 07:04:53 pm
As I have learnt, the p1 connector pinout should be as shown,but I need your confirm. The 10、1 Pin is output for 5V equipment like sata from VRMs on the motherboard. The 16 pin is a POWER_GOOD signal,which trun to HIGH when the PSU finish startting period. The 17 pin is a 5v stand_by voltage which is different from z420's 11V. The 18 pin is a negative 12V input for RS232. The 8 pin is PS_on,connect this pin to groung will trun on the PSU. The 9 pin PSU_ID tells the motherboard which psu is installed ,it is different from standard ATX psu. If you have oscilloscope or logic analyzer, please capture the waveform of PSU_ID. Thank you!