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Case Open & GPU Problem?

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First Issue:

 

My case is completely closed, but on BIOS / UEFI my case shows as "Open", so I clicked on "Reset Case Open Status" but it still shows as open.

 

1.- Will it affect my perfomance / components perfomance in any negative way?

 

2.- How do I make it show as closed?

 

 

 

Second Issue:

 

I don't know if this is happening because the case shows as open.

 

My GPU is working (or so I think since I do get video output in the monitor) but it's fans are not moving.

 

I'd like to add I still haven't installed windows, and my processor shows in BIOS at 30ºc.

 

So maybe the BIOS is too light that my GPU is as cold as my processor and therefore it doesn't need to turn on its fans?

 

UPDATE:

 

As soon as I began to install windows, one GPU fan began to work, but the other is not moving.

 

 

1.- Why is that happening?

 

2.- How do I put the fans to work?

 

 

 

Thank you

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You have to put the gpu under a gaming workload, most fans dont turn on before 60C for the quiet factor. You can tune this with MSI afterburner or EVGA Precision etc.

 

You dont have to select anything in bios for your case,  so what are you talking about?

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6 minutes ago, Shimejii said:

You have to put the gpu under a gaming workload, most fans dont turn on before 60C for the quiet factor. You can tune this with MSI afterburner or EVGA Precision etc.

 

You dont have to select anything in bios for your case,  so what are you talking about?

 

Oh I see, thank you, I was getting worried the GPU wasn't working properly.

 

I don't know, the BIOS shows my PC state as Open Case

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