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    Default Temperature & voltage Problem in Gigabyte HD 5670

    Hello everyone.
    I have a gigabyte HD 5670 gddr5 1gb card. It was perfectly normal few days ago. Idle temperature was around 40c, & load temp around 60-65c with catalyst control center autotuning. But a strange thing happened right after installing windows 7 64b in the pc. The idle temperature jumped all the way to 60c, even under load condition, the temp remains the same.

    to be honest, I didn't watch the vcore reading before this problem. When this started, vcore reading in both idle & load condition is 1.1v. Except for the high temp reading, there is no problem. Every game runs fine, pc is 100% ok. But this constant high temp is somehow reducing the lifespan of the card.Thats why I am tensed.
    Why is this happening? & is there any way to solve it? I've searched in almost every hardware forum to get a solution. But came up with nothing.
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    Default Re: Temperature & voltage Problem in Gigabyte HD 5670

    Which catalyst version do u use?

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    Default Re: Temperature & voltage Problem in Gigabyte HD 5670

    Quote Originally Posted by Mohiuddin View Post
    Which catalyst version do u use?
    11.8 . Is there anything to do with catalyst version?
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    Default Re: Temperature & voltage Problem in Gigabyte HD 5670

    Most Probably a driver problem. Incompatibility between 64-bit OS n Catalyst may cause this. Did u install the 64-bit driver?

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    vcore reading ki ageo 1.1v cilo..before installing win764b?then amr mone hoe eta reading a kono problem.

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    Default Re: Temperature & voltage Problem in Gigabyte HD 5670

    Quote Originally Posted by EyE SpeeD | DeViL View Post
    Most Probably a driver problem. Incompatibility between 64-bit OS n Catalyst may cause this. Did u install the 64-bit driver?
    i've installed catalyst 11.8 64b .

    ---------- Post added at 16:25 ---------- Previous post was at 16:25 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by offcutter View Post
    vcore reading ki ageo 1.1v cilo..before installing win764b?then amr mone hoe eta reading a kono problem.
    64b install korar aage kokhono voltage reading dekhi nai vai.
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    Default Re: Temperature & voltage Problem in Gigabyte HD 5670

    try 11.7 drivers.

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    amr mne hoe na temp a kono problem ace...as reading constant ace i guess eta temp read korar shomosha..onno kno software d a temp ta check kore dekle valo hobe

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    Default Re: Temperature & voltage Problem in Gigabyte HD 5670

    Quote Originally Posted by offcutter View Post
    amr mne hoe na temp a kono problem ace...as reading constant ace i guess eta temp read korar shomosha..onno kno software d a temp ta check kore dekle valo hobe
    Catalyst control center, hwinfo64,hwmonitor, gpuz. sobgula diyei same result dekhay.

    ---------- Post added at 18:14 ---------- Previous post was at 16:40 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by EyE SpeeD | DeViL View Post
    try 11.7 drivers.
    ok bro . I've downloaded older versions & I'll give them a try.
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    Default Re: Temperature & voltage Problem in Gigabyte HD 5670

    Quote Originally Posted by little.shuvo View Post
    Catalyst control center, hwinfo64,hwmonitor, gpuz. sobgula diyei same result dekhay.

    ---------- Post added at 18:14 ---------- Previous post was at 16:40 ----------


    ok bro . I've downloaded older versions & I'll give them a try.
    use driver sweeper boot into safe mode then remove the old drivers using driver sweeper then boot back to normal mode & install old drivers.

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    Default Re: Temperature & voltage Problem in Gigabyte HD 5670

    Why dont u try 64bit 11.9?

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    Default Re: Temperature & voltage Problem in Gigabyte HD 5670

    Don't use driver sweeper.
    Just simply uninstall the 11.8 from the 'uinstall programs' , restart,the install 11.7 or 11.9whql....

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    Default Re: Temperature & voltage Problem in Gigabyte HD 5670

    Quote Originally Posted by little.shuvo View Post
    Hello everyone.
    I have a gigabyte HD 5670 gddr5 1gb card. It was perfectly normal few days ago. Idle temperature was around 40c, & load temp around 60-65c with catalyst control center autotuning. But a strange thing happened right after installing windows 7 64b in the pc. The idle temperature jumped all the way to 60c, even under load condition, the temp remains the same.

    to be honest, I didn't watch the vcore reading before this problem. When this started, vcore reading in both idle & load condition is 1.1v. Except for the high temp reading, there is no problem. Every game runs fine, pc is 100% ok. But this constant high temp is somehow reducing the lifespan of the card.Thats why I am tensed.
    Why is this happening? & is there any way to solve it? I've searched in almost every hardware forum to get a solution. But came up with nothing.
    whats your gpu usage in idle and fan speed at idle/load???....1.10v is 5670's defult vcore so its OK...60c is quite safe but constant in both idle/load is very interesting....did u change fan speed from bios???

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    Default Re: Temperature & voltage Problem in Gigabyte HD 5670

    Quote Originally Posted by Mohiuddin View Post
    Don't use driver sweeper.
    Just simply uninstall the 11.8 from the 'uinstall programs' , restart,the install 11.7 or 11.9whql....
    ok vai. Driver sweeper is a bit of complicated. Avoid korai better.

    ---------- Post added at 18:41 ---------- Previous post was at 18:39 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by @nonymous View Post
    whats your gpu usage in idle and fan speed at idle/load???....1.10v is 5670's defult vcore so its OK...60c is quite safe but constant in both idle/load is very interesting....did u change fan speed from bios???
    at idle, gpu use is 0~3% & fan speed 59% constant. at load, fan speed remains the same. I didn't do anything with the card except for opening the heatsink & cleaning it.
    I really don't get it at all.
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    Default Re: Temperature & voltage Problem in Gigabyte HD 5670

    Quote Originally Posted by little.shuvo View Post
    at idle, gpu use is 0~3% & fan speed 59% constant. at load, fan speed remains the same. I didn't do anything with the card except for opening the heatsink & cleaning it.
    I really don't get it at all.
    that means the problem appeared just after you've cleaned the heatsink ??? anyway reinstall driver & see what happens.....

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    Default Re: Temperature & voltage Problem in Gigabyte HD 5670

    Quote Originally Posted by little.shuvo View Post
    that means the problem appeared just after you've cleaned the heatsink ??? anyway reinstall driver & see what happens.....
    Sigh. Poor thermal contact.

    Here's what you need to do:

    a) Open the heatsink again
    b) Clean it again and remove the thermal compound (Paste) on the fan side with pure (or well, as close to pure as possible) isopropyl alcohol. Do not use water.
    c) Reapply thermal paste
    d) Tighten it firmly.

    Refrain from taking the cooler apart again. That's it. This is not a driver problem.

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    Default Re: Temperature & voltage Problem in Gigabyte HD 5670

    Quote Originally Posted by Wintereise View Post
    Sigh. Poor thermal contact.

    Here's what you need to do:

    a) Open the heatsink again
    b) Clean it again and remove the thermal compound (Paste) on the fan side with pure (or well, as close to pure as possible) isopropyl alcohol. Do not use water.
    c) Reapply thermal paste
    d) Tighten it firmly.

    Refrain from taking the cooler apart again. That's it. This is not a driver problem.
    lol...you quated my post for for @little.shuvo. it was just my question & he hasn't replied yet.....probably it's not the actual problem...
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    Default Re: Temperature & voltage Problem in Gigabyte HD 5670

    ya u shud've mentioned it b4. anyway follow wintereise's suggestion.

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    Default Re: Temperature & voltage Problem in Gigabyte HD 5670

    If the fan speed and temps at idle and load are same the problem you most probably got there is that your GPU is not switching to lower (2D) clocks when it is in idle state. It could happen for a number of reasons. First thing you should try is another set of drivers and uninstall afterburner if you have it installed.
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    Default Re: Temperature & voltage Problem in Gigabyte HD 5670

    Quote Originally Posted by Wintereise View Post
    Sigh. Poor thermal contact.

    Here's what you need to do:

    a) Open the heatsink again
    b) Clean it again and remove the thermal compound (Paste) on the fan side with pure (or well, as close to pure as possible) isopropyl alcohol. Do not use water.
    c) Reapply thermal paste
    d) Tighten it firmly.

    Refrain from taking the cooler apart again. That's it. This is not a driver problem.
    I've done exactly this three times. Only one problem, the thermal paste is a cheap one. It remains all the same.

    ---------- Post added at 01:05 ---------- Previous post was at 01:02 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by Hemlock View Post
    If the fan speed and temps at idle and load are same the problem you most probably got there is that your GPU is not switching to lower (2D) clocks when it is in idle state. It could happen for a number of reasons. First thing you should try is another set of drivers and uninstall afterburner if you have it installed.
    There is no OCing softs like afterburner is installed. Its entirely in simple condition. I made not a single modification in any setup in bios or any software related to gpu.

    Actually, that card is not in my hand right now. My 2nd pc is outside home, I'll go there tomorrow & try all the suggestions. I'll post the results. & thanks for the suggestions brothers.
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    Last Post: June 8th, 2009, 12:00

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