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Warren Hanson

1650 Super fan issues?

Do you have a fan curve set?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

So, I've had my 1650 super for a while now and for some odd reason, the fans like to ramp up and then turn off immediately at random intervals or times during different days - usually this is either in a game (not really utilising the GPU to the point where they turn on at max) or sitting idle so I'm asking anyone who has the same experiences and know the answer to this issue - for in-depth description of my graphics card, it's a Gigabyte GTX 1650 Super Windforce (not sure if this is happening to other 16 series, same manufacturer or is just a general issue with my graphics card).

 

Edit: I know that most of you would answer back with "a graphics card will heat up anyways" or something like that so the fans will turn on though they only do so for basically a single second and then doesnt turn back on until I play an intensive game or even up to the point where I finally turn my PC off. My old 1050 ti didnt do this so I'm thinking it may be an issue with my graphics card by itself.

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Do you have a fan curve set?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, Statik said:

Do you have a fan curve set?

Ah, its set to auto... That might be the issue. Thanks for pointing that out.👍

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Posted · Original PosterOP
4 minutes ago, Statik said:

Do you have a fan curve set?

Is there any good software (except from msi afterburner and other similar software) that is good for setting a fan curve where I don't have to go into bios to set it manually?

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5 minutes ago, Warren Hanson said:

Is there any good software (except from msi afterburner and other similar software) that is good for setting a fan curve where I don't have to go into bios to set it manually?

Just for gpu? 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, Whiro said:

Just for gpu? 

It would be good for other fans as well alongside GPU 

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Just now, Warren Hanson said:

It would be good for other fans as well alongside GPU 

You may want to try software from this post

I did use it and it’s really good.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, Whiro said:

You may want to try software from this post

I did use it and it’s really good.

Alright, thanks for your wonderful help!

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