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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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Core i7 6800K @ 4100.51 MHz (41 * 100.01 MHz), 1.294v
Corsair H110 Liquid CPU Cooler
32GB (4 x 8GB) Corsair CMK32GX4M4C3000C15R @ 1500.2 MHz (DDR4-3000), 15-17-17-35-2t 1.35v
MSI GTX 1080 GAMING X 8G
500GB Crucial MX200 SSD + 750GB Crucial MX300 SSD + 480GB Crucial BX200 SSD
Corsair RM1000 +12V: 83.30A • +3.3V: 25A • +5V: 25A
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« Reply #7 on: 06-November-07, 10:37:25 »

Hi,

in the end, after much deliberation I decided to not go for the Tagan, even though it was rather cheap, but for the Corsair TX750W, which is arriving as I type this.

thanks for al the advice :D

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« Reply #8 on: 06-November-07, 15:32:24 »

TX750 is a very good decision! Congrats on that, it means the end to any psu related problems you could come across in the near future. Bosskiller has the same and is very happy with it.

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Not at all! I'm so glad I could help you!
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« Reply #9 on: 07-November-07, 21:11:05 »

Just wanted to tell you that it's working like a charm now... not a glitch since the new psu. Very happy :D

thanks again :)
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« Reply #10 on: 08-November-07, 00:20:13 »

Just wanted to tell you that it's working like a charm now... not a glitch since the new psu. Very happy :D

thanks again :)

Nice :-)), Congrats for the PSU choice as well :-))
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« Reply #11 on: 08-November-07, 20:41:13 »

Chalk another one up for the PSU fixing an issue.

Glad to hear you have it working now.
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