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Is my gpu or pcie slot the problem? thinking of replacing gpu

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my gpu's fan is always at 100% right from power up. Also often my monitor doesn't come on and there's a red led light on my gpu (labeled d4000), and fan is still at 100%.

The temperature reading on AMD crisom is stuck on -127C. Also look at my temps on GPUz, temp1 is stuck on one reading and all three temps are in the 1000's. file1.gif 17k .gif file
Also the latest crisom drivers never seems to install on my gpu because every time i update it, after restarting the same driver is still available to download in crisom. i have a 4 year old hd6950.

Im seriously considering buying a new gpu, but i dont know for sure if my gpu is actually the problem here. Also i dont have access to test my gpu on another rig. and the same thing happens when i plug the gpu in any of my mobos 3 pcie slots, (although one is sorta not working).
Edited by flukemaster - 7/23/16 at 5:53pm
post #2 of 5
Sounds like a GPU problem to me. RMA.
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Just get a RX 480.
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That baby is kickin it. Sorry for your loss. redface.gif
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Is there a way to change the temperature sensor, because it may just be that temp sensor 1 because of its reading in gpuz?
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