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Anyway to disable second gpu on an r9 295x2?

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Im on a worse psu, so i wanted to disable the second card till i get back to a better one. Anyway to do this?

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Unplug it

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13 minutes ago, Darpyface said:

Unplug it

Do you even know what a R9 295x2 is? You can't just unplug the second GPU. 

 

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For the OP: I don't think it's possible to disable the second GPU. 

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5 minutes ago, Darpyface said:

Unplug it

Can unplug it, it's a dual GPU graphics card. When OP said "second card" it was a mistake.

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4 minutes ago, fasauceome said:

Can unplug it, it's a dual GPU graphics card. When OP said "second card" it was a mistake.

my mistake sorry

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I don't think you can since the 2 GPUs are on the same board. 

 

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Dissable crossfire and let one of the GPUs run on idle. 

 

That will be the best you can do afaik. It will draw some wattage while idle, but it should be fine

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