Derlex9How is a clicking noise acceptable? I went from 1 fan doing it on the first GPU, to both. Doesn't that seem like an issue?
brett36wHad the same issues. Thought it was a hdd going bad.. Noticed the fans doing half spins with the click and read on other forums this is common. I ended up slapping on a G12 bracket and corsair H100 V2. Took a lil tinkering and got it working good. Temps don't go past 60c on any benchmark or heavy gaming. Sits at 33c idle.
jraserobrett36wHad the same issues. Thought it was a hdd going bad.. Noticed the fans doing half spins with the click and read on other forums this is common. I ended up slapping on a G12 bracket and corsair H100 V2. Took a lil tinkering and got it working good. Temps don't go past 60c on any benchmark or heavy gaming. Sits at 33c idle. yeah not willing to tinker with my card, just advance RMA. Hopefully will get my new card and send back the other card this week. Now my OCD has me always hearing the clicking and now I hear whining at high frequencies. Hopefully next card is perfect
4790KIs this clicking noise normal with these fans or are them faulty?
GandregI am also having this issue on a 2070 Black. The fans do not spin until they reach a threshold. That threshold seems to be at around 55 degrees Celsius as the 2 fans alternate starting and stopping making a clicking noise. The fans do spin however when under load. (At least so far) I called tech support and I could not get a definitive answer whether this was intended behavior or a faulty card or mechanism. The recommended course of action was to download Precision software and manual set fans speeds. I did this and all seemed fine for a couple of days but just now after a reboot the clicking was back even with Precision installed and fans curves manually set.
4790KHere a short Video of the clicking. it occurred while watching a movie and gpu was at 55-56C.
Draakan123 For example my 2080 Ti runs at 1350Mhz even on the desktop. Apparently it's due to some G-Sync or 120Hz or DisplayPort or multi-monitor issue or something or other. You can read about on the nVidia forums.
4790KYes i also put my fans to always on to get rid of the annoying on and off Bug. What about the FE Cards do they have a similar issue?
jrasero NVIDIA FE are just DOA or artifact like crazy. It was one of the top tech stories a day or so ago. Funny that 9/10 cards on forums with serious issues were FE cards and then maybe randomly 1 MSI or other brand but practically zero EVGA. My guess is that they didn't solder the memory right or used crappy colder and it overheats the memory