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GPU Fans Spin at 100% at Startup

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I have a Gigabyte RX 570 Gaming Mi, and whenever I restart/boot/awake from sleep my PC my GPU's fans go metal. They stop doing this when I turn zero-RPM mode on and off, but its still really annoying. Can anyone help?

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It's quite normal for Fans to go metal at startup, since there are no drivers running when booting. But usually, they will go down after a few seconds when reaching the login screen.

But we have to dig deeper a bit i guess:

Will they be on 100% for several minutes while your pc is in idle? 
Have you checked your bios settings? Have you tried reinstalling the drivers? 


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I think that's just the way it is on some motherboards. 

I've had a 2070 in two different ASUS boards and the fans would spin slowly, then turn off in the OS, but on an MSI board they ramp up to max and then they tone down once drivers load in with the OS.


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That is normal, before login windows my card would max out for a second.

I don't know how to turn it off, probably just how it works.


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Its as stated above. There is nothing you can do to turn off the fans when booting, as the controls aren't loaded in until you load the OS. Once the OS is loaded, they should turn down/off and ramp up based on temps.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
6 minutes ago, JayBe said:

It's quite normal for Fans to go metal at startup, since there are no drivers running when booting. But usually, they will go down after a few seconds when reaching the login screen.

But we have to dig deeper a bit i guess:

Will they be on 100% for several minutes while your pc is in idle? 
Have you checked your bios settings? Have you tried reinstalling the drivers? 

Yeah they stay on for around 5 mins when my PC is idle. There don't seem to be any bios settings affecting this, but I will have another look. I've also reinstalled drivers and flashed a newer bios. 

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8 minutes ago, Pcmr_unofficial said:

Yeah they stay on for around 5 mins when my PC is idle. There don't seem to be any bios settings affecting this, but I will have another look. I've also reinstalled drivers and flashed a newer bios. 

But it does go down after a while? 
Then it might be just the way your motherboard and GPU work. Cause, as already stated, its totally normal for fans to spin up to 100% while booting and stay that way until the OS is loaded. Usually, they go down quite fast then, but there are certain circumstances where they might still be high for a short time. 

So, as long as they go down after 5 mins, i'd say that it is normal behaviour. 

If they won't come down and stay at 100% in idle, you might wanna see what happens when you turn them down manually to see if the temps go higher. if they will then go higher, that might also be a reason why the fans stay at 100%.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
6 minutes ago, JayBe said:

But it does go down after a while? 
Then it might be just the way your motherboard and GPU work. Cause, as already stated, its totally normal for fans to spin up to 100% while booting and stay that way until the OS is loaded. Usually, they go down quite fast then, but there are certain circumstances where they might still be high for a short time. 

So, as long as they go down after 5 mins, i'd say that it is normal behaviour. 

If they won't come down and stay at 100% in idle, you might wanna see what happens when you turn them down manually to see if the temps go higher. if they will then go higher, that might also be a reason why the fans stay at 100%.

Thanks, I managed to fix it by reseating my graphics card. Don't now how that fixed it, but it's fixed, so thats all good.

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22 minutes ago, Pcmr_unofficial said:

Thanks, I managed to fix it by reseating my graphics card. Don't now how that fixed it, but it's fixed, so thats all good.

Reseating in like placing it into another pcie slot?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, JayBe said:

Reseating in like placing it into another pcie slot?

Yes, I moved it into my second PCIe slot, booted my PC, then moved it back into the original slot.

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1 minute ago, Pcmr_unofficial said:

Yes, I moved it into my second PCIe slot, booted my PC, then moved it back into the original slot.

and that worked even after rebooting it again? Sounds pretty odd to me :D But hey, you solved it tho, so thats nice :)


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