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The thing is, I can't really imagine turning a profit from buying an aftermarket cooler and then selling it, so whats the point, I might as well just throw it in Can't find your answer ? Jul 29, 2006 Add New Comment You need to be a member to leave a comment. I got screwed on a Rage card way back when and really thought before getting this 9800 Pro. http://quodsoftware.com/9800-pro/9800-pro-problem.html

If fan is dead (not spinning fast, making weird noises), I guess you would need aftermarket cooler unless you want to look for this exact fan. Ran the computer with the case open and it was fine after that. When I press Ctrl Alt Delete and Ctrl F4, the hard drive spins. All my 9800's (3) now have aftermarket fan/cooling kits on them and I have had no further usage or heat issues.My favorite aftermarket fan system is the Arctic Cooling Silencer, cheap, http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/9800-pro-heat-problem.18971/

User ProfileView All Posts by UserView Thanks Telexen #4 Posted : Monday, December 15, 2003 10:39:28 PM(UTC) Rank: MemberReputation: Groups: Registered Joined: 10/26/2003(UTC)Posts: 4,326Location: Other, Other Quote:Originally posted by kwangsta Mine is at 1.7V and thriving. (Have 350W Ultra Quiet PSU). however, after installing two fans (80mm and a HDD fan) on the front, both blowing in air, the problems still remain.

i've been digging into this for the last week or so, and i'm pretty sure that i've narrowed the problem down to a heat issue. I called the store I got it from, and the only thing they tell me is "No box, No return". Also off top do you know the right order to do things? I just replaced the HSF with a new heatsink fan.

Just kept putting them down to driver issues, kept upgrading the drivers, etc. I would adamantly advise against removing the heat sink and doing any maintenance on your own if you're still within warranty. The sleeve wears out and the damn fan starts to run slower and slower regardless of it's dustfree or not. https://forum-en.msi.com/index.php?topic=81284.0 Just follow that trick: don't turn it off never!

Logged MSI Mega 180 DeluxeSeagate 160GBAthlon 2800+ Barton1x DIMM DDR 400 512MBToshiba DVD-ROMRadeon X1600 512MBSkyStar 2 DVB SatelliteMS Windows XP Pro SP2 Nulll Guest « Reply #2 on: 09-June-05, 10:13:54 » Games would crash every time. A weird smell starts coming out of the case (I can smell it from where I sit). I bought the card from a good friend who had 2 (long story) so it came with nothing but the card and i downloaded the latest drivers from ATi site, i

games ran successfully for hours on end. And now that they are focused on PCIe and the transition to AMD-ATI these cards are in short supply and probably close to EOL if not already. nothing seemed to help. No, create an account now.

The ramsinks are removable by freezing your videocard overnight then tapping the ramsinks off. http://quodsoftware.com/9800-pro/9800-pro-question.html Please try again now or at a later time. Is this true and how and with what must I replace the power core?Sec, heating. In theese situation the GPU quickly overheats and burns easily and is destroyed permenently.

But the orientation seems as though it can also be GPU related.As a basic guideline - distortion of graphics (weird colors (RGB) stretched and skewed) are GPU bound problems, while specs Josh Butler Jan 12, 2004, 03:05pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List >>Re: ATi Radeon 9800 pro 128 graphics card problemsYes, you I don't like waiting longer 10ms for a frame to draw, let alone a year for an upgrade.... this contact form You cannot edit your posts in this forum.

I was wondering if all you peeps were runing your radeon cards on asus motherboards....i had loads of problems simply because .. Video Cards and Graphics Aug 9, 2004 Your name or email address: Do you already have an account? Fan is running on the video card, so I don't think it's overheating either.

For $25 and 10 minutes work I'd put a cooler on it and see how it works.BTW, a properly flashed PC 9800 is a very nice card and works the exact

What voltage should the Radeon 9800 pro be running at? Now that my system is aging, and I have to turn stuff down, this is becoming a big issue. The 9800 pros heatsink is not as hot as the other protruding componetns such as the transisters and the small heatsinks on the pcb. a few weeks ago, i put 2 gigantic fans, one facing the GPU, one facing the side of the CPU HSF.

Thought everything was solved just yesterday, then I had a hard crash out of the blue while surfing and listening to WinAmp last night. My Antique System: ASUS P4S8X motherboard (Bios-1005 / board rev 1.03) Intel P4B 2.66Ghz FSB 533 Cosair XMS 512 MB DDR400/PC3200 Cas 2 ATI All In Wonder 9800 Pro 128mb AGP The problem is that the ati 9800 is blocking the airflow. navigate here So if anybody could help, I would appreciate it big time 10 answers Last reply Mar 27, 2006 More about tiny heat problem 9800 VokofpolisiekarMar 25, 2006, 4:42 PM Looking at

Clean it out! I got it pretty nice and clean. Is this card meant to have some serious heat problems? thanks for the help by the way Jason T Jan 13, 2004, 05:32am EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List >>Re: ATi Radeon

Use compressed air to blow dust from fan blades. 3. s1 jazz Jan 12, 2004, 02:03pm EST Reply - Quote - Report Abuse Private Message - Add to Buddy List >>Re: ATi Radeon 9800 pro 128 graphics card problemsi've been I have spent hours researching this and have never seen anyone say anything about the soundcard. The first time it happened, I did investigating and discovered it's 99.9% my video card's fault.

I would like one that doesnt have any quality problems like this one does. over and over again, i was able to reproduce this effect. but such is path to progress.While reading techdocs, whitepapers, etc, and thinking "Why the **** would this happen ?", I wasn't out spending that $2 a day I needed on confectionary,