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help, my GPU is going crazy

hi guys

i have a strange problem with my other PC,

when windows starts the GPU fans start spinning at 100%, i tried using Gigabyte Aorus engine or MSI afterburner but i cant control the GPU fans, 0 effect on them

i unplugged the GPU and tried it on another PC and it works, there i can control the fans and the problem does not exist, so its not a GPU problem

when i uninstall NVIDIA driver the fans stop running but as soon as i install the driver again the problem is back

when i turn on the PC and go to BIOS it works normally

 

PC Specs :

CPU : i5 9400F || RAM : 16GB || GPU : RTX 2060Super

 

what can be the problem ?

My main PC :

CPU : i5 10400F || RAM : 48GB || GPU : RTX 2080Super

My SFX PC :

CPU : i5 9400F || RAM : 16GB || GPU : RTX 2060Super

 

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anyone ?

My main PC :

CPU : i5 10400F || RAM : 48GB || GPU : RTX 2080Super

My SFX PC :

CPU : i5 9400F || RAM : 16GB || GPU : RTX 2060Super

 

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could be a defective gpu but lets see the answers from others

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12 hours ago, Ishnifan said:

could be a defective gpu but lets see the answers from others

This was my first thought but when I used the GPU on another computer to see if its a faulty GPU everything worked fine including the option to control the fans, so it's a bit weird

My main PC :

CPU : i5 10400F || RAM : 48GB || GPU : RTX 2080Super

My SFX PC :

CPU : i5 9400F || RAM : 16GB || GPU : RTX 2060Super

 

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12 hours ago, TheRonen said:

This was my first thought but when I used the GPU on another computer to see if its a faulty GPU everything worked fine including the option to control the fans, so it's a bit weird

check what the maximum vram capacity for your mobo is on the pc you have problems, could be that your mobo just cant handle 8gb vram, unless this is the first time you got a problem on the pc you use it in.

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When you upgraded, did you DDU the old drivers or was this an all new build?

CPU I9-9900k, Motherboard GIGABYTE Z390 I AORUS PRO WIFI, RAM CORSAIR Vengeance LPX 32GB 3000mhz (2x16), GPU ASUS ROG STRIX GeForce RTX 2070 8GB, Case Geeek A60 Plus, Storage CORSAIR Force Series MP510 1920GB NVMe, CORSAIR FORCE Series MP510 960GB NVMe, PSU CORSAIR RM650x, Cooling Asus ROG RYUO 240, Displays LG 34UC98-W 34-Inch, 32 inch curved that I can't find the model number for right now, Keyboard Corsair K95, Mouse Corsair Nightblade, Sound AT2020+ USB Mic and Headphones

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This is a one year old bullid, the card was in there from day 1, its the first time such thing happening so thats a little bit odd

My main PC :

CPU : i5 10400F || RAM : 48GB || GPU : RTX 2080Super

My SFX PC :

CPU : i5 9400F || RAM : 16GB || GPU : RTX 2060Super

 

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