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Gpu overheating

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September 24, 2011 2:36:17 AM

i just installed a new motherboard/cpu and now my gpu is overheating its 113 degrees and causes my system to reboot whenever i play a game i installed new version of windows installed the latest drivers and bios is up to date. before i had a biostar mobo and athalonx2 cpu and the same gpu it ran fine any help will be appreciated. On a side note will a gtx 570 work with this mobo.

mobo asus m4a78lt-m
cpu phenom ii 955x4
gpu ati raedeon 4850
psu antec basiq 500w
ram 4g kingston

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September 24, 2011 3:25:55 AM

Maybe the fan on the 4850 broke while you were swapping motherboards? 113 is insanely hot and will damage your card. I would open the case and make sure the fan on the GPU is actually working. And yes a 570 will work on your motherboard, but you would probably want to get a new power supply.

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a c 83 à CPUs
September 24, 2011 3:41:06 AM

Broke fan is possible. Did you try cleaning the cards heat sink before putting it back in the computer?
September 24, 2011 5:24:45 AM

thx i cleaned the heatsink and added some thermal compound and now its 42 degrees idle and 68 load
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