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I need help i cant figure this out at all >.< every time my graphics cards get to 60-62 degrees my mobo speaker makes a long beep for 20+ secs if i let it go then it turns off my graphics cards i dont know what it means what it wants me to do lol
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2x EVGA CLASSIFIED GTX 590 make for one helluva TDP......
that ought to be the problem......maybe
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u must have enabled some feature on ur mobo to make beeps when a temp thrshold is reached or some kind of temp warning...it might be possible too that its enabled by default..

i donno under which section in bios it exactly is but u should search the bios for such option and either increase temp threshold or disable any such feature...

by odd chance if this is not the problem then can u check whether or not ur processor is overheating.....

or thers some problem with ur mother board/graphic cards power circuitery....
did u changed/added new graphic card recently??
did this problem occured before the addition??

u need to answer these questions...

EDIT: oh i remember u r that awesome guy giving away ur gtx 580 in honour of ur mother....
so it does seem that ur problem started after adding new gfx card....

my vote goes to either faulty cards or mobo not being able to cope up with the amount of power being drawn by the gpu's.....
Edited by ghost_z - 11/9/11 at 3:34am
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