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Fans in the GTX 1050 t and gaming x graphics card - working at full

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  • #1
    AceKST
    Level 6  
    Hello. I have a problem with my MSI GTX 1050Tii gaming X graphics card. The problem is that the fans on the graphics card work 100% of their capabilities even when the temperature is 32 degrees and the zero frozr function is activated.
    (drivers are up to date), and additional MSI programs installed: msi after burner, msi gaming app and rivatuner statistics server.
  • #2
    310artur
    Level 43  
    It dump all these programs, uninstall the driver using DDU, reinstall the driver and let me know if it helped.
  • #3
    adam998
    Level 25  
    The fans in this card should only switch on at 60 degrees
  • #4
    AceKST
    Level 6  
    The fan starts at 55 degrees and works at 100% and even if the temperature drops to 20 it still works. As for the drivers, I uninstalled them and reinstalled the same thing. And I tried each of the MSI programs one by one and the same thing happened.
  • #5
    310artur
    Level 43  
    Somehow I did not clearly write or what? Uninstall all programs. Then uninstall the driver using DDU. Only then install the driver. Test.
  • #6
    AceKST
    Level 6  
    I did the same before you wrote.
  • #8
    AceKST
    Level 6  
    And on this linux, once I run it, install the card drivers and these programs from msi or not?
  • Helpful post
    #9
    safbot1st
    Level 43  
    Maestro, Windows software will not work for you under Linux.
    310artur wrote:
    I don't know how to fire up a cart, but you can do it ;)

    E.g. with the command:
    Code:
    sudo apt-get install

    There can be any GPU test like this:
    https://www.howtoforge.com/tutorial/linux-gpu-benchmark/

    Added after 5 [minutes]:

    For example, in Puppy linux Tahr I have in the Glmark package manager in the list of installation programs.
    You should not have installation problems.

    Added after 6 [minutes]:

    310artur wrote:
    It's the same with the card.

    This would not be the first case of a broken RPM controller on the 10xx series, but I have recently seen a case where the card turned the fans 100% under windows and on Linux the problem disappeared.
  • #10
    AceKST
    Level 6  
    A good card on Linux behaves exactly the same, so I pack it in a box and send it back. Thank you for your help.