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    guys i bought a used gigabyte hd5770 with 1 year warrenty. when i used the card i installed GTA IV and played the game. eta 10 mins o cholena hotath ekta awaj deya shuru kore aar hang kore. pore nfs shift try korlam. dekhi oi eki obostha. tokhon card dhore dekhi onek heat hoye jay. just 10 min game khelle. ami ki kori bujte partasi na. i need ur help guys. plssss....

    ohh.. by the way i have bought a gigabyte 450w psu with it.

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    Default Re: 5770 Overheat?

    If you have warranty then take it to the shop to be fixed or exchanged, I guess you have to wait a while since the shops are closed for Eid right now. That seems to be the only solution. I don't think its the PSU's problem, as long as the psu has a 6 pin connector.

    Is the fan on the card working?

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    Default Re: 5770 Overheat?

    Temp koto? amar ta 70C porjonto uthe. but no prob (My PC runs 24/7)
    Last edited by VANGUARD; November 20th, 2010 at 03:48.

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    Default Re: 5770 Overheat?

    Mine mostly 60C when i turn on power hungry games.

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    Quote Originally Posted by john_thehotice View Post
    guys i bought a used gigabyte hd5770 with 1 year warrenty. when i used the card i installed GTA IV and played the game. eta 10 mins o cholena hotath ekta awaj deya shuru kore aar hang kore. pore nfs shift try korlam. dekhi oi eki obostha. tokhon card dhore dekhi onek heat hoye jay. just 10 min game khelle. ami ki kori bujte partasi na. i need ur help guys. plssss....

    ohh.. by the way i have bought a gigabyte 450w psu with it.
    first,down load G.P.Uz vo.4.8 from d link below

    http://www.techpowerup.com/downloads...-Z_v0.4.8.html

    then;go 2 sensors tab;right click gpu temp. and set it to read max temp.then run games 4 sometime nd check d temp repeatedly.if it reach more than 90c then stop d game immediately.see d fan speed tab in% and also see weather d fan is spinning or not.if not go 2 d shop u bought from.but if d fan is ok then may be it is d thermal paste problem.d rest i am saying below do it by ur own risk or grab someone who is expert at this>>

    buy some thermal paste nd thermal paste remover.then take out d gfx card from d slot.open d fan nd d heat sink by screw driver.4 heatsink find screws on d opposite side of d p.c.b board.remove d thermal paste by d remover and apply thermalpaste at 1/3area of d gpu heat radiating surface.then gently place d heat sink 2 d place and screw them back all.now check d temp again.Hope it will work.before all of this make sure that ur gfxcard has enough cool air & space 2 breathe in.

    btw,my gigabyte hd5770 runs 65c highest while playing crysis.


    ar jodee temp high na hoi tahole dhore nibo, software issue.sejonno,try uninstalling catalyst nd all drivers of gpu and install 10.8(i m using it with no problems) catalyst.And if ur using vista throw it away nd use win7.
    Last edited by Mohiuddin; November 20th, 2010 at 02:23.

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    Default Re: 5770 Overheat?

    best way is to contact the shop ..from where u buy it.....as u still got warranty


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    Default Re: 5770 Overheat?

    Quote Originally Posted by john_thehotice View Post
    ekta awaj deya shuru kore aar hang kore
    What type of sound? Coming from where? If it is coming from the card, doesn't matter whether from fan or not, take it back to where you bought it from. Do NOT try to do anything yourself, because they might refuse to replace it. If the card is fine and the sound corrupts or whatever, it might be a software issue.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mohiuddin View Post
    but if d fan is ok then may be it is d thermal paste problem.d rest i am saying below do it by ur own risk or grab someone who is expert at this>>

    buy some thermal paste nd thermal paste remover.then take out d gfx card from d slot.open d fan nd d heat sink by screw driver.4 heatsink find screws on d opposite side of d p.c.b board.remove d thermal paste by d remover and apply thermalpaste at 1/3area of d gpu heat radiating surface.then gently place d heat sink 2 d place and screw them back all
    He will lose warranty if he does that.


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    ^^that's why i said 'at ur own risk' . If it didn't loose warranty , than what was d need 2 tell 'at own risk'.And wolfeyes said 2 go 2 d shop in first place.so, i posted it as second option......

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    Default Re: 5770 Overheat?

    @ mohiddin. ami game shuru korar 10min er moddhei temp 65-68 hoye jay. aar erokoma aar paach min thake then hang kore. ami ati catalyst sortware theke fanspeed bariye diyechi. but fan speed kokhono 45% er upore uthena. ami apatoto 2GB RAM win7 e chalachchi. jodi 4GB kori tahole ki erokom hobe. aar gpu jodi khuli tahole to amar warrenty thakbe na.

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    Default Re: 5770 Overheat?

    ^^10 min por 65-68 hole no problem (jodi gpu 94 to 99% use hoi ar temp 65-68 e sthir thake).tomar OS ki?,ar awaz kotheke ashe ?tumi kon catalyst use koro?

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    Default Re: 5770 Overheat?

    RAM amount er sathe ei problem er kono relation nai. RAM module er sathe thakleo thakte pare, chances are low though. Temps are 100% OK use MSI Afterburner to modify the fan speed, but the problem is not overheating. You may try it on a friend's house to ensure it is not your configuration problem, then take it to where you bought it from.


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    HEY GUYS I SOLVED THE PROBLEM WITH MY GPU. AND EVERYBODY SHOULD LEARN ABOUT MY EXPERIENCE.

    one of my frnd told me to try winxp 32 bit nd heres wht i experienced

    - I played nfs shift at full resolution for 2 hours without any problem. the temparature on tht time was only 52c

    - in win 7 i set my core clock at 600mhz and fan speed at 60%. but the prolem was the fan was giving output of just 40% at best. i tried nfs shift at very lower resolution but they ran only about 10 min at best nd thn the computer became hanged. win xp game the exect fan speed as i wanted.

    - so the conclusion is those guys who have problem with 5770 overheat u should try WIN XP. that might b the easiest solution of ur problem.

    MANY MANY THANX TO ALL THE GUYS IN THIS GROUP FOR HELPING ME OUT SPEACALLY MOHIUDDIN

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    Default Re: 5770 Overheat?

    Quote Originally Posted by john_thehotice View Post
    HEY GUYS I SOLVED THE PROBLEM WITH MY GPU. AND EVERYBODY SHOULD LEARN ABOUT MY EXPERIENCE.

    one of my frnd told me to try winxp 32 bit nd heres wht i experienced

    - I played nfs shift at full resolution for 2 hours without any problem. the temparature on tht time was only 52c

    - in win 7 i set my core clock at 600mhz and fan speed at 60%. but the prolem was the fan was giving output of just 40% at best. i tried nfs shift at very lower resolution but they ran only about 10 min at best nd thn the computer became hanged. win xp game the exect fan speed as i wanted.

    - so the conclusion is those guys who have problem with 5770 overheat u should try WIN XP. that might b the easiest solution of ur problem.

    MANY MANY THANX TO ALL THE GUYS IN THIS GROUP FOR HELPING ME OUT SPEACALLY MOHIUDDIN

    Sounds like it might have been a driver problem. Anyway no point in speculating now.

    Congrats on fixing the problem , Win XP is still a great OS.

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    Default Re: 5770 Overheat?

    Quote Originally Posted by john_thehotice View Post
    HEY GUYS I SOLVED THE PROBLEM WITH MY GPU. AND EVERYBODY SHOULD LEARN ABOUT MY EXPERIENCE.

    one of my frnd told me to try winxp 32 bit nd heres wht i experienced

    - I played nfs shift at full resolution for 2 hours without any problem. the temparature on tht time was only 52c

    - in win 7 i set my core clock at 600mhz and fan speed at 60%. but the prolem was the fan was giving output of just 40% at best. i tried nfs shift at very lower resolution but they ran only about 10 min at best nd thn the computer became hanged. win xp game the exect fan speed as i wanted.

    - so the conclusion is those guys who have problem with 5770 overheat u should try WIN XP. that might b the easiest solution of ur problem.

    MANY MANY THANX TO ALL THE GUYS IN THIS GROUP FOR HELPING ME OUT SPEACALLY MOHIUDDIN
    but,it is nota solution ,a alternative.in xp u can use only dx9, dx10 can be used with sp3.but,d main attraction dx11 is not available.u try install fresh copy of win7 and give fresh 10.10e.then try.if not solved download real bios from amd.site and flash with winflash.exe but carefully when d current normally dont go away-friday.it takes 10sec around.u can give it atry if u r really keen in dx11 and if u r confident.good luck.btw,i used rbe. Bios editor and clocked down to 57mhz at 2d mode.and flashed by winflash.now it is 2c cooler at idle than before when it clocked 157mhz.
    Last edited by Mohiuddin; November 21st, 2010 at 01:24.

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    Default Re: 5770 Overheat?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mohiuddin View Post
    .... download real bios from amd.site and flash with ....
    That's too risky, flashing BIOS will void the warranty, unless suggested by an authorized support personnel. It is almost clear that he has a driver problem, so he should do a fresh WIndows 7 install and latest 10.11 drivers (10.10e is not "WHQL"). If the problem is in the BIOS, then it is the card's fault and should be replaced under warranty. We should not risk such a thing.

    Quote Originally Posted by john_thehotice View Post
    HEY GUYS I SOLVED THE PROBLEM WITH MY GPU. AND EVERYBODY SHOULD LEARN ABOUT MY EXPERIENCE.
    Your card will be certified "faultless" when you will be able to run it under any supported OS. If it fails, you have the right to ask for a replacement. Remember, using WinXP only is NOT a solution. By the way, what card (Nvidia or ATI) had you been using before you migrated to 5770?


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    Default Re: 5770 Overheat?

    or psu ba card e problem. It is clear he cant run in max settings otherwise it hangs. Using xp is not da solution. And driver issue hote pare but chance kom coz i didnt hear anything similar abt radeon 5770.

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    Default Re: 5770 Overheat?

    Quote Originally Posted by proton_chain View Post
    That's too risky, flashing BIOS will void the warranty, unless suggested by an authorized support personnel. It is almost clear that he has a driver problem, so he should do a fresh WIndows 7 install and latest 10.11 drivers (10.10e is not "WHQL"). If the problem is in the BIOS, then it is the card's fault and should be replaced under warranty. We should not risk such a thing.



    Your card will be certified "faultless" when you will be able to run it under any supported OS. If it fails, you have the right to ask for a replacement. Remember, using WinXP only is NOT a solution. By the way, what card (Nvidia or ATI) had you been using before you migrated to 5770?
    if he is using atiflash and flashing a bios which is approved by amd(nd,ofcourse d 5770) ,it will not dismiss his warranty.btw,taking back 2 d shop will b d best way.take it back ,if flash is needed ,they will do as u r not expert at this(i m not also,but i took d risk).nd,i m using 10.10e in win7 with no problem.

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    i have fegured out the main problem. when i running my card in WIN 7, the fan speed remains at 35% even when the card is getting too much pressure. i tried to increase the card speed manually and set up the fan speed at 60%. but i still getting fan speed at 35%.
    as a result my card's temp increase a lot and eventually become hanged. i have to know why the speed doesnt increase. is it happing for my driver or operating system. i used both 10.9 and 10.10 version. but i find the same result. I M USING GIGABYTE ATI HD5770.

    By the way XP te ki dx 11 cholena?

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    Default Re: 5770 Overheat?

    ^^na...msi afterburner use korte paro fan speed moding er jonno.install it from guru3d.com er download section theke..sobcheie vhalo hoe first uninstall all software that has moding effect on gfxcard such as riva tuner , speed fan etc if u hav nd also first uninstall ati drivers and d ccc.then install catalyst again...but all of d best install anew copy of win7...i guess xp te tomar fan working properly...check that out...

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