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Hi guys,

When I start my system the fans on my GTX560 ti are not moving. I went into MSI afterburner and it said they where at 40% even though they were still not moving. I turned it upto 55% and still nothing. Then I changed it to 80% and they both kicked in. Is this normal? I have having issues while playing games as the monitor keeps loosing HDMI signal. Is this related? I have already ERMA'd 2 460 cards due to issues and had to fight to get upgraded to this card (with extra cost)
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Originally Posted by haza1981;13120590 
Hi guys,

When I start my system the fans on my GTX560 ti are not moving. I went into MSI afterburner and it said they where at 40% even though they were still not moving. I turned it upto 55% and still nothing. Then I changed it to 80% and they both kicked in. Is this normal?
Not at all.

Are you sure they're not getting hung on something? Do they make any unusual sounds when they do run? The fact that they started spinning when you pumped up the RPM makes me think it might be some small obstruction.

Then again, judging by your other problems this may not be a DIY fix. If nothing is physically blocking the fans, RMA imo.
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I have checked for blockages.Are these controlled by the motherboard or the graphics board? Could I update my graphics bios to correct this? if so how?
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