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GPU making too much noise after OC

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I oc'ed my gpu a few days back. Now my cabby is making too much noise.
I restored the clock settings to default but still the noise is there. And FAN also set to Auto.

I oced my gpu from
Core Clock: 875 mhz to 900mhz
Memory Clock: 1200mhz to 1355mhz

GPU Z Temp
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My rig
HD5770
C2Q6600
Mobo : Intel DG33Bu (uber suck)
3 * 1 GB XMS2

How can i fix this?
 

asingh

Aspiring Novelist
Errm...stress the card using the MSI Afterburn Fur utility, and see what the clocks show on GPU-Z.
 
To be frank, that was the 1st time i OC'ed. So please forgive me for being n00ish.:p

I will do the furmark test and report back asap.


EDIT:-
I downloaded FurMark 1.9.0 and these are the results


Score: 1063 points (17 FPS)

Submitted by Jojo on March 26 2011, 4:36 pm

Bench duration: 60 seconds
Resolution: 1920 x 1080
MSAA samples: 0
Window mode: fullscreen

Primary renderer: ATI Radeon HD 5770
Device ID: 0x1002 - 0x68b8
GPU clock: 875 MHz
Memory clock: 1200 MHz
Graphics drivers: Catalyst 11.2 - 8.821-110126a-112962C-ATI (1-26-2011)
GPU temperatures (start/end):44°C / 67°C
Number of GPUs: 1

CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad CPU Q6600 @ 2.40GHz
CPU speed: 2400 MHz
Operating system: Windows 7 64-bit build 7600 [No Service Pack]

FurMark - OpenGL benchmark and VGA Stress Test - Scores | oZone3D.Net
 

asingh

Aspiring Novelist
To be frank, that was the 1st time i OC'ed. So please forgive me for being n00ish.:p

I will do the furmark test and report back asap.


EDIT:-
I downloaded FurMark 1.9.0 and these are the results


Score: 1063 points (17 FPS)

Submitted by Jojo on March 26 2011, 4:36 pm

Bench duration: 60 seconds
Resolution: 1920 x 1080
MSAA samples: 0
Window mode: fullscreen

Primary renderer: ATI Radeon HD 5770
Device ID: 0x1002 - 0x68b8
GPU clock: 875 MHz
Memory clock: 1200 MHz

Graphics drivers: Catalyst 11.2 - 8.821-110126a-112962C-ATI (1-26-2011)
GPU temperatures (start/end):44°C / 67°C
Number of GPUs: 1

CPU: Intel(R) Core(TM)2 Quad CPU Q6600 @ 2.40GHz
CPU speed: 2400 MHz
Operating system: Windows 7 64-bit build 7600 [No Service Pack]

FurMark - OpenGL benchmark and VGA Stress Test - Scores | oZone3D.Net

Jojo you did not get me. I meant CHECK if your card is still moving to OC clocks when stressed.

How do you do that. Run a stress 3D utility and check the clock on GPU-Z. Are they default or OC'ed..?

You result shows that yes the have been defaulted. Now the fan noise is weird. You sure it is coming from the GPU.
 

vickybat

I am the night...I am...
@ jojo

3dmark should do the job for you. Do what asingh said. Don't try msi kombustor. It has issues with amd 5 series gpu's.
 
@jojo, which brand GPU are you using?

MSi 5770 Hawk.

Jojo you did not get me. I meant CHECK if your card is still moving to OC clocks when stressed.

How do you do that. Run a stress 3D utility and check the clock on GPU-Z. Are they default or OC'ed..?

You result shows that yes the have been defaulted. Now the fan noise is weird. You sure it is coming from the GPU.

I just don;t know, i thought the FurMark utility should do the job. :(
Or did you mean the "Burn-in" thingy?

@ jojo

3dmark should do the job for you. Do what asingh said. Don't try msi kombustor. It has issues with amd 5 series gpu's.

Ok i'll download the 3dMark 11 Basic and then post results.
 
Sorry about the bump.

The issue was still there until today.

I pressed my ear against the cabby and found out that the culprit was the PSU. So I opened it up, cleaned up the dirt and voila! The sound it no more. The cabby is running silently now. :D
 
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