Jump to content
Search In
  • More options...
Find results that contain...
Find results in...
Chaos Network

I believe this is a GPU issue.

Recommended Posts

Posted · Original PosterOP

I believe this is a GPU issue, but i dont know for sure. Ever since i built my pc, when i put my pc to sleep, my gpu would make a rather high pitched beeping, and not turn any of the lights on it off. this continued when i upgraded from a 980 ti to a 1080ti from evga. now when i put it to sleep, i get the high pitched almost whining, and 3 leds flashing from green to red, back and forth. I have fully rebuilt and upgraded this system since i originally built it, the only components left from my original build are my psu, 2 of my 3 monitors, and the cables connecting them.

 

I think the gpu may somehow be getting a power feedback though the displayport cable attached to one of my monitors, because when i unplug that cable from the gpu, the problem stops.

 

This also happens if i do a full system shutdown, and will continue to happen even if i toggle the i/o switch at the back of the psu, and even unplug it from power. meaning once i have power disconnected from my pc, the gpu will still beep and flash at me until i unplug and plug back in the displayport cable.

 

Does anyone have any ideas?


"If you gon be bout it, be bout it bout it" ~ Gavin 'itsjusta6' Simon

I have several computers. This includes a 2019 MacBook Air, and an ATX PC. (Look at profile for specs)

I love memes. I make bad memes, but I like dank memes, who doesn't?

I am good at editing videos and pictures, feel free to message me if you would like some work done.

 

Thanks!

Kole Overby

Owner At:

Chaos Network

Chaos Tech

Overby Concepts

 

Employee At:

Neighborhood Mechanic

O'rielly Auto

Link to post
Share on other sites

If it happens with multiple different GPUs it literally CANT be a gpu issue.   

It could be a bunch of other things from software to hardware.

As to the perpetual motion thing where it runs without any power at all there’s a laws of physics problem there.  Especially with the unplugged thing.  Makes Me want to look at a neurological explanation.

 


Life is like a bowl of chocolates: there are all these little crinkly paper cups everywhere.

Link to post
Share on other sites

I have heard screeching on a graphic card once on an old system, but that was on startup and the reason was because the graphic card was not getting enough power from one 6 pin connector, different sort of fault to yours but was power related.

What I would do:-

If you have three monitors , disconnect all the but one of the displayport cables and just try with one monitor. If it does the same change to another displayport cable with the same monitor.If it's the same try another monitor and use a different display port connector on the back of the card. Worth checking all the ports, monitor and graphic card with torch and magnifying glass.

 

If after doing this its still doing the same , look up the fault codes, 3 leds flashing from green to red should give you some indication of where to look. Could be the power supply failing and not supplying enough voltage to the graphic card but check the connectors and wiring first. Also check for any smell from psu which might indicate something burnt or capacitors breaking down.  Make sure all the connectors from the psu to the motherboard are connected properly, if the tab is not clicked in its not connected properly. It would be well worth trying another power supply if you have a spare available of the correct voltage. Even quality psu's can break down. Good luck man

Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a new account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now


×