NVIDIA PR questioned over Temp increase

Discussion in 'Videocards - NVIDIA GeForce Drivers Section' started by Envoy, Mar 3, 2005.

  1. macatak

    macatak Maha Guru

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    The 'unofficial' 76.41 drivers have fixed most peoples temp problems, nothing 'official' from nVidia atm
     
  2. {HLH}

    {HLH} Guest

    for via chipset problems try either setting back to agp4x or upping the agp voltage
     
  3. Surfy

    Surfy Master Guru

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    hmm

    these drivers dont work well for me...they BSOD alot
     
    Last edited: Mar 29, 2005
  4. pimp_gimp

    pimp_gimp Ancient Guru

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    Here you go:

    http://downloads.guru3d.com/download.php?det=1022
     

  5. d2thez

    d2thez Guest

    Hey Nick,

    Did Brian Burke ever get back to you on the Fastwrites freezing problem when using Nforce3 250 motherboards??
     
  6. Envoy

    Envoy Master Guru

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    He rarely replies. He Justs forwards the concerns to the NVidia engineers.

    I have thanked him from us btw...
     
  7. {HLH}

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    try upping the voltage on the agp slot

    fastwrites requires a few more volts apparently
     
  8. Tarkan2467

    Tarkan2467 Master Guru

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    Has that worked for you HLH?
    I might be willing to try that. The AGP slot voltage defaults @ 1.5v, doesn't it? How far up on the voltage can you safely go?
     
  9. garikfox

    garikfox Maha Guru

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    Temp Bug Still Present in eVGA cards. :(

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    GPU-2 - 69c

    Load:
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    GPU-2 - 84c


    Forceware 76.41
     
  10. Tarkan2467

    Tarkan2467 Master Guru

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    Strange, my eVGA is reporting normal temperatures again with the 76.41s. But it's AGP and yours is PCI-E, so that may account for the difference. I don't know.
     

  11. maruko

    maruko Guest

    im back, my problem in dxdiag still present on the 76.41´s, when i execute dxdiag.exe, and run direct the direct3D test the test hangs on dx9 interface´s and then lose video signal

    i try it again cause while i was playing nfsu2 the game hanged, i thought it was the game faults, but then when i thought it would dump me to the desktop, i lose video signal, do someone had this problem??

    i have fastwrites disabled
     
  12. RSX

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    My temperature was fixed after installing 76.41, back to the normal 50s finally
     
  13. {HLH}

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    maruko are you on a Via motherboard by anychance

    coz they are scarily similar to many via problems

    try setting back to agp4x and upping the voltage

    my agp voltage is slight upped at stock at 1.55 which is my normal voltage

    normal agp is 1.5

    agp 4x fixes alot of issues for via users

    so does swapping out for an nforce2
     
  14. maruko

    maruko Guest

    im on a nforce3 250 motherboard

    i think i solve the problem, i change the setting on vertical sync, i select app. controlled and the direct3d test runs ok now in all the interfaces, but now i have to test nfsu2 again to see if the problem is fixed, cause the symptoms were the same, video hanged, sound still working, then lost the video signal

    ill post results, have any of you tried this vertical sync off setup and the run direct3d dxdiag test´s?

    thanks {HLH}
     
  15. {HLH}

    {HLH} Guest

    hmm it might be the agp driver

    what version nforce driver are you using?
     

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