Question about Abit RX600PRO-GURU RADEON X600 PRO GURU, (256 MB) Graphic Card
I have replaced cooling fan on graphics card with a new fan.
I don't see any improvement.
Is it because of a power cables on new fan are directly connected on power supply instead of connecing them on graphics card fan cable connector?
It is a same 3pin connector but it differs in its size.
Graphics card core engine still show 0 rpm. The graphics card may not recognize a fan probably and that's why te computer sysem slow down.
Well, since you connected your fan directly to the power supply, you are not getting any feedback thru the graphics card interface. This doesn't mean there is a problem since your fan is running full speed all the time, it is actually better and you should be able to see a difference on the GPU temperature.
If the GPU temperature is still too high and the fan is running at full speed, did you apply a thin coat of thermal paste on the heatsink? if not, there is your problem.
Now just to be clear did you connect the fan to the power supply or to a spare motherboard connector. If you connected to your motherboard, you need to go in the BIOS and change some settings regarding the fan speed (let me know if this is the case and I'll help you further about that.)
Posted on Feb 21, 2008
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