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AssMax 08-10-2015 08:50 PM

MSI 390x hitting 90 degrees
 
Hi guys, recently bought a 390x and am running it stock at 1100 core and 1525 mem.

reaching around 88 degrees in unigine valley benchmark. just wondering if these are normal temps.

am using phanteks enthoo luxe casing with 2 front intakes 2 top intakes for my AIO and 1 rear exhausts. running in room temp without air con around 34 degrees.

i am also using custom fan profile without zero frozr mode.

ChaosLegionnaire 08-10-2015 10:12 PM

sigh, another case of an msi video card overheating... this seems to be a common problem with msi graphic cards. just look at this thread. u are not the first in singapore to experience this issue...

trento 08-10-2015 10:24 PM

are the gpu fans set to max at 80deg?

AssMax 09-10-2015 09:04 AM

yeah it is at max at 80.

trento 09-10-2015 09:14 AM

iirc, the various threads on 390x here show 88 deg is quite normal under load at max fan. yr ambient temp is also quite high. try testing at night and temps should come down a bit. don't think is your fan setup as it looks ok. there are folks on Tomshardware getting 90.

Jian19 09-10-2015 09:18 AM

390x is just like 290x

meaning its normal :s22:

AssMax 09-10-2015 09:54 AM

another problem i have is every time i power on the pc my resolution goes to 1024x768 before going back to 1920x1080. my desktop icons get scrambled, not sure what could be the cause for this. never had issues before changing the gpu.

any feedback would be appreciated. thanks

clon22 09-10-2015 10:31 AM

Hi there,

As per what some members mentioned, 390/X does have a much higher load temperature as compared to other cards.
Not to mentioned, our local case ambient temperature is higher too.
In most cases, it is considered normal.

Try out on your games first.
Any issues occurring so far?
ie, bsod, game hangs, intensive throttling etc?
Then apart from unigine, you can use furmark extreme burn settings to test
unrealistic max load conditions too.
Monitor from there and see how it goes.

Any issues, free free to update us. :)

Jian19 09-10-2015 10:36 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by AssMax (Post 97157615)
another problem i have is every time i power on the pc my resolution goes to 1024x768 before going back to 1920x1080. my desktop icons get scrambled, not sure what could be the cause for this. never had issues before changing the gpu.

any feedback would be appreciated. thanks

Could be ur drivers issue

clon22 09-10-2015 10:37 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by AssMax (Post 97157615)
another problem i have is every time i power on the pc my resolution goes to 1024x768 before going back to 1920x1080. my desktop icons get scrambled, not sure what could be the cause for this. never had issues before changing the gpu.

any feedback would be appreciated. thanks

Try on another output of the card or
boot test on your old card again.
Try do a clean install of the new drivers.
Might have to google around for more info in this.
If you suspect it might be the card,
feel free to bring the card down for a check. :)

AssMax 09-10-2015 10:58 AM

the resolution issue only happens when i power on the pc in the morning, reboots are fine.
unfortunately i dont have my old card anymore.

i did a clean install last night but still happened this morning.

using the latest 15.9.1

clon22 09-10-2015 11:32 AM

Oh, do you have another PC at home to test the card on?
(Or vice versa, a monitor)

straweffigy 09-10-2015 11:36 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ChaosLegionnaire (Post 97150726)
sigh, another case of an msi video card overheating... this seems to be a common problem with msi graphic cards. just look at this thread. u are not the first in singapore to experience this issue...

Maybe just ATI cards.. not confined to just MSI ones. My MSI green camp card temp max only 65.

AssMax 09-10-2015 01:40 PM

Don't have another system. but will installing the monitor drivers make any difference? using displayport connection

AssMax 09-10-2015 04:27 PM

my temps max out at 92 degrees when playing far cry 4 at ultra. no crash or lag though


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