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Rui
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Need a bit of advice on this.

Build:
MSI MPG B550 GAMING EDGE WIFI ATX Motherboard
Ryzen 5 5600x OC to (4.6ghz)
RTX 3090 24GB Edition
32GB DDR4 3200mhz
2TB M.2


Recently just upgraded to a RTX 3090 24GB edition, i had the RTX 2080 in a vertical GPU mount however for some reason when my RTX 3090 is in the vertical GPU mount it looks like it's bottling itself, it will give a signal will allow you to to run a bench mark but will stick around 20-30fps and then turn the system off.

but when installed normally works perfectly.

Mount was working perfectly fine prior to installation (hence why i thought i'll continue using it)
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Could be a couple of issues - I'd put my money on the PCIE riser cable. A poorly manufactured cable will give you these issues especially when going from a 2080 to a 3090. Could even be PCIE gen 3 vs gen 4 cable but don't quote me on that. The cable could also be ever so slightly damaged, these things are fragile

Buy a new one and see where you're at.
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Adam wrote Could be a couple of issues - I'd put my money on the PCIE riser cable. A poorly manufactured cable will give you these issues especially when going from a 2080 to a 3090. Could even be PCIE gen 3 vs gen 4 cable but don't quote me on that. The cable could also be ever so slightly damaged, these things are fragile

Buy a new one and see where you're at.


This is what I thought but when i reinstalled the 2080 it worked fine, could it potentially be that the 3090 is to power for this vertical pcie
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