Comments/Pix of Mac 6800Ultra with NV Silencer 5 Cooler (from the Dec. 24th main news page) I've posted a page with photos and comments on a reader's Mac 6800Ultra with NV The sound continues to play, but there is no way back into the game. The hardware texture quality settings in Maya are a bit of a joke since the "Default" mode usually produces cleaner OpenGL textures than the "highest" setting. Although I haven't tested it on my G5, none of these issues occur on my G4 with a Radeon 9800 Pro (128MB). have a peek here
Screen is at full res (1920x1200) plus a second little 15" LCD I have running off the second DVI port. Anyway.. I will try to get more information about this. I felt the back of my video card and it's hot. https://forums.techguy.org/threads/ati-radeon-9800-xt-graphics-card-hot-and-broken-fan.710303/
As a sidenote: As a small thank-you for your service to the Mac community, I'm sending you a free unlock code for Hardware Monitor in separate e-mail. The jump in visual splendiferousness from the crappy low-end Nvidia GPU that I'd been ripped off for by my local PC store was immense. Nvidia 6800GT owner comments on poor World of Warcraft performance (from a reader mail) " I've got a Powermac G5 Dual 1.8GHz (pci-x ver)/1.5GB RAM/500GB RAID 0/nvidia 6800GT (just for the
Back when we were still using Via chipsets and Win98, people always claimed crashes were caused by Windows. It sits directly under the longer GPUs, and can also get seriously toasty in some cases... Discussion in 'Video Cards and Graphics' started by sofakng, Apr 3, 2008. Multi-frame hardware rendering is important if you wish to utilize hardware motion blur or anti aliased edges.
Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads Useful Searches Recent Posts More... Checking (enabling) the 'Simple Wireframe Edges' and 'Simple Wireframe Points' options in the Display/Interface Tab fixed the problem. This card has been to every funtions into the bios of the Asus A7N8X-DeIuxe. https://forums.anandtech.com/threads/ati-radeon-9800-pro-can-i-do-anything-about-the-insanely-loud-noise.163209/ How is the house wiring, or the electrical current.
Whether it is a watercooled system or not. No, create an account now. The 2ghz fans rev up, but only after 10 or 15 seconds of intensive CPU use. 1-2 seconds will trigger the 2.5ghz fans. Result: Same as above - at all settings.Final Result: Assorted SMD inductors and high value ceramic caps for use in other projects...
OH keeps my Processor on my video card at about 36c Even under load.Click to expand... On the central shaft, there may also be a smaller metal ring. wratterus25-01-2010, 02:16 PMBelow the CMOS battery (lower right) there should be a blue jumper, short out the pin that's free with that jumper (eg removed the jumper from 1 and 2 Mister25-01-2010, 04:34 PMYou've definitely plugged the 4 pin +12v yellow and black cable from the PSU to the mobo in?
Unplug that fan and epoxy or superglue a regular 80mm case fan to the heatsink. http://webstrategy360.com/ati-radeon/ati-radeon-9800-and-artifacts.html Dokebi Ars Scholae Palatinae Registered: Apr 22, 2001Posts: 1277 Posted: Sat Dec 08, 2007 3:12 pm Replace the ram chips? If not, it may be worth doing this before trying anything more drastic. Also I think you mean two 6-pin PCI-e plugs :D Mister25-01-2010, 12:36 PMmy Mobo is the ASUS P5P43TD.
sofakng Senior member Joined: Jul 19, 2004 Messages: 211 Likes Received: 0 I just purchased a used ATI Radeon 9800 Pro AGP video card and the fan is rediculously loud. I've seen 75C temps per XRG GPU Diode readings when running Marine Aquarium 2 fullscreen at 1600x1200 for 1/2 hour or so. Seems like the fellow with problems should send it back and try another one, or it doesn't like his ADC convertor for some reason. Check This Out Complicated and could risk kernel panic.
That thing was above 80C and the friggin card was a low end one. GunMetal appears to be ready to take that position soon. The bigger the screen…..
Maybe AsRock did it . 72mhz at agp8x for the core 2 duo 2600mhz. I take the heatsink/fan off and wrap some aluminum foil around the electrolytic caps and stick it in a vise. Remove it also. I'd probably take the whole thing out of the case and do a bare minimum start up (Motherboard/CPU/GPU/PSU/RAM).
Running Marine Aquarium 2 at full screen/1600x1200 for 1/2 hour had XRG reporting 75°C GPU temperatures but the PCI fan duty cycle reported was still 49.8%. Also found best stability even playing DOOM3) with ATI Catalyst 4.9 drivers and have not found it necessary to update yet!!. Not sure if this is the case with the 6800, but it could be that this is the problem. this contact form I too have a dual 2.5GHZ system with GeForce 6800 and Myst 4 would crash on me too.
I let it cool for ~15 mins and stick it back in my computer.