Graphics Cards related queries here.

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  1. Allu Azad

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    Few months back I bought a used Asus 750Ti 2GB. Worked fine from then, temps were good and was able to handle games at max load.
    From past few days the GPU fan is acting up weird. On PC startup when windows loads, its speed varies from 0 rpm to 4200 rpm(screenshot). On startup, it happens every 15-30 seconds and then every few minutes until it just works normal. But the speed keeps on varying between 800-1200 rpm after that. Temperature is around 30 on idle. No such problems when playing games when its on full load, temp remain below 70.
    Was on 398.11 driver before, now just updated to 416.34.
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    ^Most likely some gfx driver/win 10 update.Try going back to whatever you were using before this issue.
     
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    I was on 398.11 for a long time, issue started just a few days back. Just today when posting here earlier I had updated to the latest drivers. Issue remains even when I went back to 398.11

    Also I am using Windows 7.
    This is my system during startup when windows loads. Those high peaks at bottom right are from the GPU fan.
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    Did you change something few days ago like some AV/security software/system optimization software update or ran some task related to them?

    P.S.also run a AV scan assuming you are already running a good AV like avira,avast etc.
     
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    I did experience some bsod after a power cut when my UPS didn't pick up after the cut. Windows didn't load at that time at all. Disconnected 2 of my hard drives and DVD drive, and it started up fine. Didn't disconnect the GPU.
    Not sure but i think the GPU problem started after that. If that's the cause, how can I rectify it?

    I got Avast AV and run a scan regularly, no problems on that front.

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    Run cmd as admin & type this command "sfc /scannow" (without quotes) & press enter.Also run crystaldiskinfo free & check hdd status is good.
     
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    All fine. Got this on running the command
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    C:\Windows\system32>sfc /scannow
    
    Beginning system scan.  This process will take some time.
    
    Beginning verification phase of system scan.
    Verification 100% complete.
    
    Windows Resource Protection did not find any integrity violations.
    And crystaldiskinfo says all 3 of my drives are running Good
     
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    Don't think it's related to just windows. Got Ubuntu 16.04 on one drive and happens on its startup too.

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    Then it may be possible that some hardware damage happened to fan controlling mechanism during that power cut/bsod.
     

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