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8800GTS OC crashing when running any 3d apps
« on: 03-November-07, 20:37:34 »

Hi,

I have just installed a 320 8800GTS HD OC, but everytime I run a 3d application, the system just shuts down after a while. While this may look like an overheating problem, the logs show that nothing is overheating at all (I'll just show the last 5 values before each crash), the temperature of the cpu remains at a steady 40 to 45 degrees through all this.

wow:
NVMonitor
Current TimeGpu core(3D)(MHz):GPU memory(MHz):GPU1:(ºC)CPU(%):Disk(%):Network(%):Memory(%):
2007/11/3 19:31:11576.0837.07760 %0 %0 %54 %
2007/11/3 19:31:13576.0  837.07761 %0 %0 %54 %
2007/11/3 19:31:15576.0837.07762 %1 %0 %54 %
2007/11/3 19:31:17 576.0837.07763 %0 %0 %54 %
2007/11/3 19:31:19 576.0837.07761 %0 %0 %54 %

Speedfan
Vcore1Vcore2+3.3V+5V+12V-12V-5V+5VVbat
1,341,93,385,0812,03-0,18-8,485,113,09
1,341,93,385,1112,03-0,18-8,485,083,09
1,341,93,385,1112,03-0,18-8,485,083,09
1,341,93,385,1112,03-0,18-8,485,083,09
1,341,93,385,1112,03-0,18-8,485,083,09


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NVMonitor
Current TimeGpu core(3D)(MHz):GPU memory(MHz):GPU1:(ºC)CPU(%):Disk(%):Network(%):Memory(%):
2007/11/3 19:46:21576.0837.07877 %0 %0 %53 %
2007/11/3 19:46:23576.0837.07984 %0 %0 %53 %
2007/11/3 19:46:25576.0837.07882 %0 %0 %53 %
2007/11/3 19:46:27576.0837.07981 %0 %0 %53 %
2007/11/3 19:46:29576.0837.07880 %0 %0 %53 %

Speedfan
Vcore1Vcore2+3.3V+5V+12V-12V-5V+5VVbat
1,361,93,385,1611,65-0,27-8,485,083,09
1,361,93,385,1611,65-0,27-8,485,083,09
1,361,93,385,1611,65-0,27-8,485,083,09
1,361,93,385,1611,65-0,27-8,485,083,09
1,361,93,385,1611,65-0,27-8,485,083,09

The system consists of:
mobo: Gigabyte GA-MA69G-S3H
cpu: AMD Athlon64 X2 6000+
gpu: MSI 320mb 8800 GTS HD OC
ram: 2gb
hdd: 3hdd's 1 sata, 2 ide
pci-slots: Belkin 802.11g Wireless Card
PSU: Thermaltake X silent purepower 480w  12v@18amp 5v@40amp 3,3v@30amp

all running a fresh install of winxp

does anyone have any idea what the problem might be?

thanks :)
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« Reply #1 on: 03-November-07, 21:14:45 »

Yes: Thermaltake X silent purepower 480w 12v@18amp

A 8800GTs needs at least 26A on +12v, your oc'ed GTs needs even more power.
Better get a decent psu like Corsair VX450, VX550 or Tagan TG600 U33, TG400 U33.
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« Reply #2 on: 03-November-07, 21:50:02 »

Typical PSU fault(or weak..), take care about your PSU like flobelix said.
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« Reply #3 on: 04-November-07, 13:45:10 »

I thought it might have something to do with the psu, seeing as that (apart from the harddisks) is the only part I didn't replace :) I'll look into getting a new one, thanks :)
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« Reply #4 on: 04-November-07, 14:54:37 »

if you need more good PSU suggestions look here:
https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=112039.msg836246#msg836246
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« Reply #5 on: 04-November-07, 22:45:10 »

I've decided I'd probably go with a Tagan TG700-U35 (http://www.tagan.com/pages/products/easyconXl/e_tg700_u35.html) do you think that's a good idea? (yeah, I know it's probably somewhat overpowered, but oh well :) )
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« Reply #6 on: 04-November-07, 22:49:48 »

If Tagan better go for a U22 or U33 as they are single rail (in Turbo mode) while U35 is split rail.

In 700w class this would be Tagan 2-Force II 700W (TG700-U33). It is not listed on Tagan homepage as that is quite outdated in case of the single rail psus. TG700 U33 is really great and offering 56A on a single rail while being cheaper than TG700-U35.
« Last Edit: 05-November-07, 06:07:10 by flobelix »
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MSI X99A XPOWER AC (MS-7881) Bios A.1 
Core i7 5820K @ 4252.36 MHz (34 * 125.07 MHz), 1.199v
Corsair H110 Liquid CPU Cooler
16GB (4 x 4GB) Corsair CMK16GX4M4A2666C16B @ 1500.9 MHz (DDR4-3000), 18-20-20-40-2T 1.35v
GTX 980TI GAMING 6G
256GB Samsung 830 SSD + 512GB Crucial MX100 SSD + 128GB Samsung 830 SSD
Corsair RM1000 +12V: 83.30A • +3.3V: 25A • +5V: 25A
Windows 10 Pro
HAF XB EVO case
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