Windows 10 have a limit to recognize 12 GPU?

windows 10 have a limit to recognize 12 GPU connected via pcie 1x? for example using this motherboard http://www.biostar.com.tw/app/en/mb/introduction.php?S_ID=884 or http://www.asrock.com/mb/Intel/H110%20Pro%20BTC+/index.de.asp
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Have you tried updating Windows and installing all drivers for Windows?

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I don´t try to connect 12GPU, I want to know if windows have a limit to recognize 12GPU?

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There shouldn't be any limitation.

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Have you tried updating Windows and installing all drivers for Windows?

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8 gpu is the current limit in Windows (Win 10 x64).  I have 8 running.  You can install 9, get Windows to boot up, see all 9 in settings/display adapters, but the minute u try and launch any crypto mining software (flypool using EBWF 0.3.4b) the system freezes.  I suspect, but dont know, that there may be someway to mod the Windows registry using regedit so configure Windows so it can recognize more than 8.  My testing was done with fully updated Win 10, Nvidia graphics cards (1080 ti), latest version of Nvidia drivers, making sure any prior display drivers were uninstalled b4 installing the Nvidia driver, and then installing each gpu one at a time with a reboot between each.  Up to 8 all is good and system will mine.  At 9 it seems good but Windows freezes once u launch miner.  It would be great if some Windows genious could advise on how to configure for 9+ gpu in Windows????

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Yes, it's possible to add up to 12. Before, the limitation was at 8 (due to the drivers)

Tutorial here: http://www.aurelp.com/2017/11/01/solved-how-to-add-more-than-8-gpus-in-windows-10-step-by-stepfix/

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Is there a Nvidia how to version? I have 12 Nvidia card and only 8 is showing up and useable.

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Is there a Nvidia how to version? I have 12 Nvidia card and only 8 is showing up and useable.

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Since we have rolled out a lot of Windows 10 updates for the past months, we suggest creating a new thread about the issue for us to effectively assist you.


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We have the same issue out here, except mine can only detect 7gpu in win7 pro.. All cards are nvdia and updated. 6x 1060, 1 1070 and 2 1050 ti's. Looking ways to make them all work without upgrading to win 10.. 

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We have the same issue out here, except mine can only detect 7gpu in win7 pro.

Don't hold your breath, but if you would like to and see when you can start breathing again, search Windows 7 EOL and discover the futility in the continuance of breath holding.

Looking ways to make them all work without upgrading to win 10.

Might as well keep that win7 eol search tab open where you can go find some various flavor *nix to get the job done.  

However, if the dollars are the win10 issue and you happen to be a student with an edu email address, onthehub will provide a free lic of win10 ent or edu.  If the win10 chatter is the issue, O&O has a thing worth looking at called OOSU10.

If you're feeling particularly randy, check out the current state of ReactOS where you can play fast and loose with your sanity.

P.S. Keep in mind that I, and presumably your good friends at Microsoft and new hardware chipset vendors, don't care why you won't leave Windows 7 simply because it has no bearing on the current state of deprecated software. This will likely remain the final answer Steve Harvey.

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