2 Replies Latest reply on Sep 3, 2016 10:59 AM by robkai

    2x r9 390 2nd monitor doesn't work

    robkai

      Hey guys and grills,

       

      following problem: in my PC, there are 2 r9 390 cards. Primary monitor works just fine, performance is great, but the

      secondary just get a signal for some seconds when I install the driver, otherwise - nothing. The machine runs on Win 10 Home Premium 64 bit.

      Any Ideas? Would be highly appreciated.

       

      Greets

      Rob

        • Re: 2x r9 390 2nd monitor doesn't work
          amdpete

          You would need both displays plugged into the same card if you have Crossfire enabled.

            • Re: 2x r9 390 2nd monitor doesn't work
              robkai

              Hey AmdPete,

              thanks for the tip, gonna try it asap.

              GreetsRob

               

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