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    Default My gpu's red light issue

    So um having problem with my 5770.In running state,suddenly the monitor output is lost and there is red light indicator in the gpu.bt the pc remains on.just cant use the pc more than 10-15 mins after start up.the scenario appears then.i removed the gpu and started pc without it.it was fine.will be helpful for me if someone comes forward with a help

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    Either -
    a) Your GPU is overheating
    b) Your PSU is crapping out unable to handle the load
    c) The GPU is dead

    It's one of these three.
    Last edited by Codex; June 20th, 2012 at 22:00.

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    the problem is mainly during the day time.it runs just fine at night when the temp is relatively low.i guess its the temp problem.if so,what could be the soln? @Codex
    Last edited by abruzzi; June 21st, 2012 at 01:22.

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    Ishh akebare lalbatti joila gase!just joking~pls,don't mind.use gpu-z to monitor temp

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    Solutions:

    a) Replace the TIM if you can (Google TIM). Re-seat the heatsink, make sure your fan works.

    b) Replace the PSU

    c) Get a new card.

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    If u get ur heat-sink reseated then use thermal paste.

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    Yep, exactly what CodeX said, there are usually two LEDs on an HD5770, one of them indicates by staying lit at startup if the card isn't getting enough power (as in the PCI Express power Connector not being connected) and the other one stays lit when the card is severely overheating, can't really tell what your problem exactly is without seeing, out of curiosity, did you ever dismantle the card by yourself?

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    Quote Originally Posted by K' View Post
    Yep, exactly what CodeX said, there are usually two LEDs on an HD5770, one of them indicates by staying lit at startup if the card isn't getting enough power (as in the PCI Express power Connector not being connected) and the other one stays lit when the card is severely overheating, can't really tell what your problem exactly is without seeing, out of curiosity, did you ever dismantle the card by yourself?
    no,i didnt.actually there are 4 leds on my 5770.3 at the upper part and 1 below(at the surface where the cooler is).in my case, at the start up,the 3 blue leds at the upper part are on.eventually 1 blue led.and the red light is in the lower surface

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