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so what the card is dieing again?
Or the fan itself is dying, a relatively cheap fix.
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Or the fan itself is dying, a relatively cheap fix.
ya if the fan dies no big deal i got like 60 92MM fans laying around i can zip tie on
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so what the card is dieing again?
Not the card itself, something that controls the fan, possibly the FCC chip, Fan Controlling Chip, or the fan itself. Much more likely to be the actual fan.


The very fact that the false positives are occurring explains the logic of how things are detected, meaning it's not a live feed, it's more along the lines of whatever reports to the software that XXX is doing XXX based on XXX is simply following a built-in guideline, and not actually reporting live information.

So if XXX is occurring than XXX has to be occurring to cause that but it's actually not, that's the only way to explain the false positives.

Another example could be there's a short, and the card has guildline's that say use XXX amount of power to spin the fan at XXX speed based on XXX temp, but it's not actually able to see if that extra power reached the fan but it's reporting the changes simply because it sent that extra power.

Understand ? It's just a theory that I was thinking about based on the logic of what's going on.
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Not the card itself, something that controls the fan, possibly the FCC chip, Fan Controlling Chip, or the fan itself. Much more likely to be the actual fan.


The very fact that the false positives are occurring explains the logic of how things are detected, meaning it's not a live feed, it's more along the lines of whatever reports to the software that XXX is doing XXX based on XXX is simply following a built-in guideline, and not actually reporting live information.

So if XXX is occurring than XXX has to be occurring to cause that but it's actually not, that's the only way to explain the false positives.

Another example could be there's a short, and the card has guildline's that say use XXX amount of power to spin the fan at XXX speed based on XXX temp, but it's not actually able to see if that extra power reached the fan but it's reporting the changes simply because it sent that extra power.

Understand ? It's just a theory that I was thinking about based on the logic of what's going on.
figures, my experience with nvidia has been a nightmare, i cant wait till i get enough for my 4870.
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