Didn’t find what you were looking for? Then later the fan did not start even at 90 degree. I’m either looking for a sink replacement or a new graphics card. The problem is the fan, it has too much friction, also in my case I thought problem solved but it occurs from time to time. Your GPU is running too hot.
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After a night tried to switch onsame problem. It’s probably not 9600gss than 18 amps. I’ve given up installing a new OS, and had this problem happen to me when I reboot.
But I’ve left the machine on for 21 days straight, and no problems at all I then reboot and have issues for 10 minutes getting it to load properally. I then have to press and hold the power button to 99600gs it off.
It worked, I installed Speedfan to check the temperature. I guess when it powered down the fan stopped spinning then never came back again. Also, are all power supply the same, except for how much they put out?
Carefully took the fan out, it did not look dusty, but nevertheless I cleaned itput the vacuumcleaner on it. I’ve noticed that when I first boot up, the monitor stays on for about 5 minutes then goes off.
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The problem is the fan, it has too much friction, also in my case I thought problem solved but it occurs from time to time. 960gs for me the problem has been solved. Information and links in this thread may no longer be available or relevant. I’ve even had it happen in CMOS. Your GPU is running too hot. Most motherboard don’t have dual PCI-E 16x slots away.
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More than watts is probably a waste but look at the 12 volt amperage rating. Without changing out the power supply then your choice of video will be limited to the amperage rating of your power supply’s 12 volt buss.
I was able to take it apart clean it up and get it turning freely. So then I either have to pull the plug or hold the power button in to shut the PC off.
I wouldn’t recommend dual video cards in a small cabinet as there gd be too much heat. The upper end video cards will require a power supply upgrade. Message 8 of Now however, it is happening during use.
I prefer a modular model as they minimize cables and this is good in a small cabinet. It is an nylon axe so there is a lot of friction. I’m thinking I want to put a bigger power supply in instead of the watt that’s in there now.
I removed a panel a couple of hours later and switched on the PC. Some power supplies are built for dual video cards SLI. Everything I’ve read on the boards say this card shouldnt go above 75 C After using my HP m