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post #11 of 19
well 95 deg C is definitely the problem

what is your case and case fan situation like?

how dusty is your hardware? accumulated dust in the gpu can keep it from cooling properly, try dusting everything out good with some compressed air
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post #12 of 19
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I try to keep my case clean and tidy. I recently cleaned it about a month or so ago. However I've never actually cleaned the card itself and since it's facing down I never really got in there good. I just took out the card and dusted it real good but I'm still having the exact same problem. Are you supposed to open the card to clean it? I'm sure there is a ton of dust in there.

I have a NZXT PanzerBox case with 190mm fans on the top and front and I have the fan with a radiator mounted on the back for the CPU liquid cooling. I'd say it's pretty well ventilated.
post #13 of 19
Run OCCT with error checking enabled. Watch and see if you get any errors. Generally, you want it to run for about 2-3 hours for a full burn test to make sure everything checks out. Check out my sig for a quick and dirty stability test for the CPU.

Your GPU is running too hot. I would recommend taking the GPU apart, removing the cooler, cleaning the die of any thermal compound, reapply new compound, clean the heat sink, and reassemble the card aftward.
 
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post #14 of 19
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Hmm... seems like a lot of work. Worth doing that or just buying a new video card? Mines kind of out dated anyway.
post #15 of 19
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Lets say I am going to buy a new video card today... Would my CPU be a bottleneck for any GPU now that it's back to default clock speeds? I've been looking at the GTX 670 specifically.
post #16 of 19
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So it turns out the issue was actually the video card all along... If a mod could move this thread that would be cool.

Went out and bought a GTX 760. When I got home before installing the card I attempted to remove the driver for the current AMD card. What a mess... I tried about 10+ times and got a blue screen every single time. The last time it blue screened in the middle of the uninstall probably resulting in some half installed files. Well after this my windows would never boot. No matter how many times I tried there would be a blue screen. I even tried the Windows 7 recovery disk and it blue screened loading that...

Finally I gave up and just decided to see what would happen if I installed the new card. Bam! Windows booted, the resolution was a mess (which was expected, no driver) and no more blue screens! I was pretty confident after this that the video card + the drivers were the problem. Uninstalled the drivers and left over files, installed new driver and so far everything is looking dandy.

Currently downloading BF4 and I have a pretty good feeling it's going to run smooth. This card is running at only 29 C at idle which is a lot better than the previous ~60 C. I'll update if I run into any more issues but this is pretty evident to me that the issue has been fixed.

Thanks everyone for your input, couldn't have done it without you. biggrin.gif
post #17 of 19
Glad to see you're happy with the new video card, but don't forget you've still got another nice card on your hands if you take the time to clean it up like Xeb recommended.
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post #18 of 19
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Will that card actually work again? It was giving me heaps of problems just being plugged into my computer. Causes a blue screen frenzy.
post #19 of 19
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So I attempted to repair my old car. First thing I did was re-apply thermal paste and I bought a new PSU for my other computer so I can test it there. The thermal paste did nothing at all, the temperatures were still getting up to 95 C and then the display would just shut off (thermal threshold).

I went to my local computer store and they tested my card for me and turns out the fan is faulty. Bought a replacement fan and installed it, re-applied thermal paste again and just tried to see if it would work....

The display never turns on anymore - even though it used to work just turn off due to heat. Now it wont even show me the BIOS screen - just black. I re-install my other old card and it works fine.

So I did another little test where I remote in from my main computer into that one and use GPU-Z to see whats going on... it doesnt even recognize the new card anymore. It's always thinking my old GTX 8600 GT is in there which its not. I've uninstalled all the drivers.

Why is my card not being recognized?
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