Originally Posted by Tinderlands
Currently I am more prone to think that it might actually be a faulty power controller than a sensor. I might flash the original bios back and take it to some hardware repairs place to have it checked, cuz it is surely not dead. I read a thread on the NVIDIA forums talking about the exact same GPU with the exact same issue getting fixed by changing a fried controller, which is rather cheap.
Anyway, for now I will stick to having the hardware checked. Thank you very much for your help though, I really appreciate it and I've learnt quite a few things! Thanks!
I will update the thread once I have it checked(which might not be soon, but I will do my best).
Hello! I'd like to ask you what kind of hardware your GPU ended up with, such as what chip broke, and I have the same question as you
CPU INTEL Xeon E31270 @ 3.40GHz
MOTHERBORAD gigabyte Z77P-D3
RAM 12 GB ( DDR3 1600MHz / DDR3 1600MHz )
SSD SanDisk SSD PLUS 120GB HDD ST2000DM001-1ER164 ( 2 TB / 7200 )
GPU NVDIA GeForce GTX1070 (8 GB/msi)
POWERS cooler master mwe 500w