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My GTX 1650 is making a grinding noise

So my GTX 1650 is making a weird grinding noise with its fans. I spinned the fans manually and the noise is still there but its really only hearable when the fan usage goes over 90%. I am pretty sure that my fans need to be lubricated but idk how to do it. If there is another proplem please tell me.

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When does a GTX1650 Fan need over 90% outside of Small Form factor PCS.

 

How hot does it get right now?

Just use it at a lower fan speed.... or co sider RMA on the GPU. (Return it)

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10 minutes ago, SkilledRebuilds said:

When does a GTX1650 Fan need over 90% outside of Small Form factor PCS.

 

How hot does it get right now?

Just use it at a lower fan speed.... or co sider RMA on the GPU. (Return it)

Overclock and i dont know if i can RMA it when i didnt build the pc and dont have the receipt

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The way to lubricant a fan is to find the side with the sticker lift the sticker and add lube.  It doesn’t work very well quite often though and the sticker doesn’t always restick again which actually makes things worse rather than better. A 1650 may be safe to RMA in this environment I’m not sure.  There have been reports of companies simply keeping RMAed GPUs and issuing checks for them.  One possibility if you’ve got enough extra space is removing the shroud but not the cooler and zip Tying on case fans as replacements.  Pretty much always makes the thing thicker though which can cause problems depending on the situation.  It not infrequently lowers noise and improves cooling though.

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2 minutes ago, Bombastinator said:

The way to lubricant a fan is to find the side with the sticker lift the sticker and add lube.  It doesn’t work very well quite often though and the sticker doesn’t always restick again which actually makes things worse rather than better. A 1650 may be safe to RMA in this environment I’m not sure.  There have been reports of companies simply keeping RMAed GPUs and issuing checks for them.  One possibility if you’ve got enough extra space is removing the shroud but not the cooler and zip Turing on case fans as replacements.  Pretty much always makes the thing thicker though which can cause problems depending on the situation.  It not infrequently lowers noise and improves cooling though.

are there any fans you could recommend i am not too worried about my space 

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Just now, idkandidc said:

are there any fans you could recommend i am not too worried about my space 

I don’t know brands and models anymore I’m afraid.  I can speak generally though. Depends on how the thing will be oriented when in place.  If it’s vertical (which would likely only happen if a machine is set flat on a desk with the motherboard down) you could get away with a sleeve bearing fan which are cheap.  More likely you will need a fan that can handle being horizontal.  So double ball or FDB or some other modified rifle bearing.  One easy way might be to pick a fan designed for AIOs as they have all the same needs.  Not sure how big you will need to go either as I’m not familiar with your card. Could be 80mm, 96mm, or 120mm.  I very much doubt 140mm

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7 minutes ago, Bombastinator said:

I don’t know brands and models anymore I’m afraid.  I can speak generally though. Depends on how the thing will be oriented when in place.  If it’s vertical (which would likely only happen if a machine is set flat on a desk with the motherboard down) you could get away with a sleeve bearing fan which are cheap.  More likely you will need a fan that can handle being horizontal.  So double ball or FDB or some other modified rifle bearing.  One easy way might be to pick a fan designed for AIOs as they have all the same needs.  Not sure how big you will need to go either as I’m not familiar with your card. Could be 80mm, 96mm, or 120mm.  I very much doubt 140mm

ok thank you so much

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23 hours ago, idkandidc said:

Overclock

still that is a gtx 1650 that uses like 65w of power. how hot does it get? if it is under 87c it is fine!

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