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!070 ti SC Hybrid Overheating and Another 8 Pin Power Connector Failed

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2018/05/16 09:40:05 (permalink)
Something's wrong with the 1070 ti SC Hybrids. One had the 8-Pin power connector fail which is being RMA'd. Now another one has a failing AIO pump causing the GPU temperature to start at 44C (usually 33C) and kick up to 94C when gaming. Is there any way to troubleshoot this AIO pump issue?
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    Sajin
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    Re: !070 ti SC Hybrid Overheating and Another 8 Pin Power Connector Failed 2018/05/16 10:26:55 (permalink)
    If you don't feel any vibration when touching the tubes the pump isn't working. 


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    Re: !070 ti SC Hybrid Overheating and Another 8 Pin Power Connector Failed 2018/05/16 11:13:33 (permalink)
    Sajin
    If you don't feel any vibration when touching the tubes the pump isn't working. 


    +1
    also, one tube should be warmer than the other
     
    did you mount it above GPU with hoses on bottom of radiator ?

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    Re: !070 ti SC Hybrid Overheating and Another 8 Pin Power Connector Failed 2018/05/16 16:27:10 (permalink)
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    If you don't feel any vibration when touching the tubes the pump isn't working. 


    +1
    also, one tube should be warmer than the other
     
    did you mount it above GPU with hoses on bottom of radiator ?


    This one's mounted on top vent. The radiator is horizontal.
    I did not see nvidia-smi come with the latest driver for pulling fan info and not sure if the CUDA toolkit will be of any use.
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    Re: !070 ti SC Hybrid Overheating and Another 8 Pin Power Connector Failed 2018/05/16 18:07:41 (permalink)
    Should’ve gotten an air cooled card... have fun replacing your card every few months due to a dead pump though.



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    Re: !070 ti SC Hybrid Overheating and Another 8 Pin Power Connector Failed 2018/05/16 18:24:12 (permalink)
    My other rig with non-ti Hybrids have run for over a year with no issues.
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    Re: !070 ti SC Hybrid Overheating and Another 8 Pin Power Connector Failed 2018/05/16 21:07:50 (permalink)
    The problem may have been a bad power cable. Swapped it out and now this one's back to normal operation.
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    Re: !070 ti SC Hybrid Overheating and Another 8 Pin Power Connector Failed 2018/05/16 22:25:01 (permalink)
    I have a EVGA 1080 Hybrid that I bought in 12/23/2016 and crunching [link=mailto:seti@home]seti@home[/link] 24/7 (overclocked) using EVGA Precision XOC with no problems.
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    Re: !070 ti SC Hybrid Overheating and Another 8 Pin Power Connector Failed 2018/05/17 00:31:14 (permalink)
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    I have a EVGA 1080 Hybrid that I bought in 12/23/2016 and crunching 24/7 (overclocked) using EVGA Precision XOC with no problems.


    I ran a 4870 for SETI way back when. So glad to hear they're still working on that project.
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    Re: !070 ti SC Hybrid Overheating and Another 8 Pin Power Connector Failed 2018/05/17 08:33:01 (permalink)
    Chai67
    The problem may have been a bad power cable. Swapped it out and now this one's back to normal operation.


    Glad it was only a power cable issue
     
    Thanks for the update

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    Re: !070 ti SC Hybrid Overheating and Another 8 Pin Power Connector Failed 2018/05/17 13:31:04 (permalink)
    Chai67
    The problem may have been a bad power cable. Swapped it out and now this one's back to normal operation.


    Hopefully it isn't a pump that runs intermittently.


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