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Hey,
I apologize in advanced if this is completely the wrong area.


Okay so in october i got a whole new set up;

AsRock 990FX Extreme4 Mobo

AMD FX 6300 CPU

HyperX 1600 2x 4gb Blu ram

Antec HCG-750 PSU

Asus HD7850-DC2-2GD5 GPU

I bought diablo 3 installed, it and went to a white line screen when i was at the main menu.

Image of it. http://puu.sh/a8ez0/ab0b7f49e9.jpg


When playing games, even as basic as league of legends, to diablo 3, bioshock.
these being on the lowest settings.

I had this issue a few times and i was told to get some more fans, so i got 2 more.

Nothing has been tweaked, no overclock, the only tweaking was the manual fan speed override via catalyst control.

The problem stopped for a few month and then came back severely today.



I did some small poking around ang got GPU Z

noticed that with my GPU fan forced at 100% I am only getting 800 RPM and not voltages are shown

http://puu.sh/a88iA/76e594d9e6.png and the sensors http://puu.sh/a8aFw/412e353e8c.png

Is my GPU ****ting it self? Any questions, i'll try to answer as best as i can.

Thanks for all the help in advanced.

EDIT: forgot to say that i ran a memtest and that said there was no issues/errors.
Edited by Metatagz - 7/12/14 at 10:25am
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1. Try dusting it out.

2. Make sure that when you change your fan speeds that the fans both change speed and the sensor RPM changes (could be a bad sensor). It wouldn't cause this problem though.

3.Try reinstalling both AMD drivers and MSI Afterburner.
Doubt it'll fix it, but I know bad installations have have annoying effects.

I had a "similar" problem with a 7950 that I had, but I had over-clocked it. After I tried to over-clock my card, it never be able to run BF3 more than 5 minutes without crashing (even at or below stock speeds).

You may have gotten your card too hot and caused damage to the card
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Could indeed be a faulty card due to overheating or something else.

Would be great if you could test this card in another pc or vice versa
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Skye12977 View Post

1. Try dusting it out.

2. Make sure that when you change your fan speeds that the fans both change speed and the sensor RPM changes (could be a bad sensor). It wouldn't cause this problem though.

3.Try reinstalling both AMD drivers and MSI Afterburner.
Doubt it'll fix it, but I know bad installations have have annoying effects.

I had a "similar" problem with a 7950 that I had, but I had over-clocked it. After I tried to over-clock my card, it never be able to run BF3 more than 5 minutes without crashing (even at or below stock speeds).

You may have gotten your card too hot and caused damage to the card

I don't notice any change in fan sounds until it grey screens and i've de installed both the drivers and after burner. :/ there doesn't seem to be any dust issues either.

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Originally Posted by TiezZ BE View Post

Could indeed be a faulty card due to overheating or something else.

Would be great if you could test this card in another pc or vice versa

Yeah, i would like to but my friend is currently out of town and my family is a mac/ laptop family, so no go until next weekend :/

Thanks for the replies though.
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