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Palit GT220 vmod

post #1 of 9
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Hi everyone.Could you send me a vmod for this videocard because its voltages are too big and i can't underclock them with EVGA,MSI afterburner,Ntune.I really need that vmod because my videocard is not work property it keeps very high temperatures.
post #2 of 9
as far as i know GT220's dont allow voltage control. also a GT220 is a pretty low end card. the issue might not be that the voltage is too high (im sure its not too high as every GT220 would be around the same voltage) but more it needs a clean/redo the thermal paste or your pushing it too hard and for too long that its heating up. GT220's dont come with good heatsinks nor are they capable of playing high end games.
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post #3 of 9
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I've change the thermal paste 2-3 times cleaning the heatsing and cleaning the fan but it's the same.Could this temperatures be caught from PCI slot? because i have 3 fans with 3000RPM and other components are 30C maximum
post #4 of 9
First question is probably what do you consider a very high temperature? It is also possible that the temperature is reading wrong. Airflow inside the case is very important as well. How hot is the card getting?
    
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I've read it with 4 programs but when the card start the temperature is 30-50C (normal) but 1-2 minutes after it's getting 80-98C I tried with 2 case but didint work.Other devices are normal temperature.
post #6 of 9
Those temperatures are slightly high, 80 isn't so horrible but 98 is definitely getting into the danger zone. At that temperature the heatsink will be hot to the touch so when it gets that high try and touch the heatsink and if you can leave your finger on it without too much discomfort would say there is a problem with the temperature reading on the card itself. If it is hot to the touch you may have a defective card that is running very hot for some reason. Normally I would say clean out the fan/heatsink and reseat it with new thermal paste but you have already done that. Perhaps there is still warranty on the card? You may want to pursue that since 90+ temperatures will eventually kill the card.
    
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post #7 of 9
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Could the reason for this temperature be the motherboard?I've seen another problems with my network card but i hadn't think that this could be the problem.The videocard was working property but 4-5 months after the warranty it started with the problem.
post #8 of 9
It doesn't seem likely that it is caused by the motheboard, although I guess it is possible the motherboard is overvolting the PCI-e slot but even then don't know if that would necessarily mean the card would be overvolted = increased temperature. Does your motherboard have more than one PCI-e slot. If so try the other one and see if the problem continues. If it does I would most likely suspect its the card itself.
    
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post #9 of 9
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no i have only one i couldn't test the card in other pc but i gave the pc to proffesionalist and he said that the videocard has higher voltage and there is another problem from the motherboard.
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