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Noisy N9699GT videocard

Discussion in 'Nvidia' started by Eric P., Jul 12, 2009.

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    The cooling fan of the MSI N9600GT PCI Express 16x graphics card 512MB
    Bios 62.94.3C.00.00 on a computer with an MSI P45 Neo3-FR MS-7514 Bios
    1.9 PCB 1.0 4GB RAM and Intel Core Quad Q9400 causes a disturbing noise.

    This is only when showing Bios setup, starting the computer or running
    Dos from a floppy (backup) and caused by the display adapter cooling fan
    running at a very high speed.

    As soon as Windows XP Home SP3 starts the noise disappears (driver?) and
    PC-Wizard 2008 reports the fan running at 35% at GPU temperature 42C.

    Can anything be done to cause the adapter fan to run at a much lower
    (default) speed?

    TIA
     
    Eric P., Jul 12, 2009
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