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2021/11/15 21:33:19 (permalink)
BACKSTORY: My PC has been running games terribly past month or so, but became very apparent when I tried to play Forza Horizon 5 then Halo Infinite tonight. I understand both these games are buggy so I went back and played Borderlands 3.
ISSUE: My GPU usage recently typically runs around 30-50% in game causing terrible frame time and fps.
WHAT IVE TRIED: I’ve tried updating my gpu and chipset drivers, I had my games on and SSD and transferred them to a different SSD, I’ve tried closing out of everything while in game. All of my thermals look good, staying below 50c underload.
NEWEST UPDATE:I took a look at my pc to see if I could see anything wrong with the hardware, I found what looks like an aio leak on my gpu. Could this be an issue?
NOTE: I just realized I’ve heard some AIO gurgling lately, and what I think is the pump louder than normal, but that might be imagining that because of the potential leak.
AIO LEAK PICS: https://imgur.com/a/jKiYo5E

Someone in a different thread suggested my PSU could be going out. (RM750x) and that’s the one suggestion I haven’t tried yet.
Thank you to anyone that try’s to help!
 
Edit: Picture of Afterburner Hardware Monitor in game. https://imgur.com/a/0FR3MYw
post edited by Kingofroam - 2021/11/15 21:47:19

 
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    Re: Did an AIO leak fry my GPU? 2021/11/16 02:47:16 (permalink)
    I locked your other thread since there is no point in having two open for the same issue. That isn’t an aio leak. That is thermal pad weeping which is a non issue, and isn’t the cause of your problem. A weak cpu may be to blame.

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    Re: Did an AIO leak fry my GPU? 2021/11/16 08:30:53 (permalink)
    Sajin
    I locked your other thread since there is no point in having two open for the same issue. That isn’t an aio leak. That is thermal pad weeping which is a non issue, and isn’t the cause of your problem. A weak cpu may be to blame.

    Thank you for locking the other thread! As for my cpu I have a 2700x, would that cause it?

     
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    Re: Did an AIO leak fry my GPU? 2021/11/16 10:14:09 (permalink)
    Yes, the cpu could be the cause if the dropouts are caused by the cpu bottlenecking. Your gpu usage would just dropout of nowhere in more stressful areas of certain games if that was the cause. Other things which could cause dropouts in gpu usage would be that your cpu is throttling due to overheating.

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    Re: Did an AIO leak fry my GPU? 2021/11/16 10:59:50 (permalink)
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    Yes, the cpu could be the cause if the dropouts are caused by the cpu bottlenecking. Your gpu usage would just dropout of nowhere in more stressful areas of certain games if that was the cause. Other things which could cause dropouts in gpu usage would be that your cpu is throttling due to overheating.

    I don’t think my cpu is overheating as it typically stays around 50c. I ran HWinfo64 for about 20 minutes in game and this is what came back with, sorry for the port quality. I don’t know what most these numbers mean, but I’m sure you’ll know exactly what’s going on.

    ‘Screenshots’ : https://imgur.com/a/DP9uOLe

    Edit: looking at the images, I see that there are not cpu clocks. I can get better images this afternoon if these are in fact not useful.
    Thanks for the help so far, I really appreciate it!
    post edited by Kingofroam - 2021/11/16 11:04:17

     
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    Re: Did an AIO leak fry my GPU? 2021/11/16 12:16:30 (permalink)
    Update: I'm taking it to a pc repair guy about 30 minutes from where I live. Looks like he specializes in custom/gaming machines. He also test PSU's and as that's been recommended as a potential issue ill have him check that.

     
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    Re: Did an AIO leak fry my GPU? 2021/11/16 15:00:11 (permalink)
    No need to have someone test the psu. You can do that yourself by running the power supply test in occt.
     
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    Re: Did an AIO leak fry my GPU? 2021/11/16 16:14:19 (permalink)
    Sajin
    No need to have someone test the psu. You can do that yourself by running the power supply test in occt.
     
    https://www.ocbase.com/


    You're a legend! I'll run that when I get home. It's a corsair rm750x, is there anything I should look for being a novice in this area, or is occt easy to use?

     
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    Re: Did an AIO leak fry my GPU? 2021/11/16 16:29:44 (permalink)
    Just hope and pray your system doesn’t reset while running the test.

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    Re: Did an AIO leak fry my GPU? 2021/11/16 16:34:09 (permalink)
    Sajin
    Just hope and pray your system doesn’t reset while running the test.

    hahaha sounds good! Again, I truly appreciate all the insight. Fingers crossed it is the psu, and the test shows it. As I plan to get a 1000w when I upgrade my gpu.

     
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    Re: Did an AIO leak fry my GPU? 2021/11/16 16:35:56 (permalink)
    No problem. 👍

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    Re: Did an AIO leak fry my GPU? 2021/11/17 14:58:10 (permalink)
    I ran occt last night and the power draw for my 2080s ftw3 hybrid was around 270w, well above the founders edition maximum of 250w.
    I ended up taking it to a shop last night because I'm pretty jaded from being reminded that I cant figure out what's wrong from the poor performance I'm seeing in game. I appreciate all the help and I'll make sure to post an update here incase you're interested!

     
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    Re: Did an AIO leak fry my GPU? 2021/11/17 15:41:06 (permalink)
    Thanks for the update. Did you ever optimize your games with geforce experience? If no, good don’t. If yes, that could be the issue.

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    Re: Did an AIO leak fry my GPU? 2021/11/17 15:45:34 (permalink)
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    Thanks for the update. Did you ever optimize your games with geforce experience? If no, good don’t. If yes, that could be the issue.

    I have not, I tried it once when i first downloaded geforce experience and had a terrible time. Haven't done it since.
     
    Note: I did get a message from the repair shop and it looks like so far it was a bios issue. RAM timings and D.O.C.P.  Settings. I set my RAM to 3000 (was having problems with anything higher) like 2 years ago. Other than that I haven't been in my bios since, so idk why it would've changed. He is sending me update picture with everything he is doing.
     
    Edit: idk what d.o.c.p. even is 

     
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    Re: Did an AIO leak fry my GPU? 2021/11/17 15:53:23 (permalink)
    Being set at 3000 mhz shouldn’t be the issue.

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    Re: Did an AIO leak fry my GPU? 2021/11/17 16:10:28 (permalink)
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    Being set at 3000 mhz shouldn’t be the issue.

    Yeah, it was working no problem. He sent me a picture of it being defaulted to 2133MHz, which is what the default is I believe. I haven't touched the bios in maybe a year. I remember having serious issues when I first built my pc due timings being off.

     
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    Re: Did an AIO leak fry my GPU? 2021/11/17 16:20:24 (permalink)
    I could see 2133 causing lower performance, but not dropouts. Hope that really was the issue. Guess you’ll find out soon enough. 👍

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    Re: Did an AIO leak fry my GPU? 2021/11/17 16:29:50 (permalink)
    He sent me videos of Halo infinite running smooth on ultra settings. 2 days ago I tried to play the game on the lowest settings and was getting maybe 10fps. He also said that he couldn't test it as well as I could and if I find anything else to let him know.  

     
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    Re: Did an AIO leak fry my GPU? 2021/11/18 13:25:01 (permalink)
    UPDATE: looks like it was a bios issue... Such a bummer, I would've never thought to check there since I haven't touched the bios since last December. Oh well...
     
    Thanks to everyone that assisted!

     
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    Re: Did an AIO leak fry my GPU? 2021/11/18 16:50:25 (permalink)


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    Re: Did an AIO leak fry my GPU? 2021/11/28 19:36:48 (permalink)
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    sooooo it didnt fix it. I didnt do enough testing.
    I have done additional testing and have now found the issue to what I believe to be a power issue. It afterburner is showing my average gpu usage is 150w and cpu is 50w. That is roughly half the power draw my cpu and gpu are 'supposed' to pull. The gpu never goes above 175w and cpu never goes above 65w. I since have purchased a corsair rm850x and the issue still persists.
     
    Could my motherboard be the issue? I am truly at my wits end. could software be limiting power draw?
     
    *pc specs in signature
     
    Edit: I did more testing and it seems like i get the best/most consistent power usage when i change my pc's power plan to power saver. 
    post edited by Kingofroam - 2021/11/28 20:22:04

     
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    Re: Did an AIO leak fry my GPU? 2021/11/28 23:23:09 (permalink)
    Sorry to hear your issue isn't resolved. How much power does your gpu pull when running time spy extreme graphics test #2? How much power does your cpu pull when running asus realbench stress test for 15 minutes?

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    Re: Did an AIO leak fry my GPU? 2021/11/29 16:48:29 (permalink)
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    Sorry to hear your issue isn't resolved. How much power does your gpu pull when running time spy extreme graphics test #2? How much power does your cpu pull when running asus realbench stress test for 15 minutes?


    Update: I did a windows reinstall yesterday and the issue seems to be resolved. Nearly no hiccups. Played forza horzon 5 on 1440p high graphics getting around 150fps. (was 50 fps) It is also very stable, opposed to it being veru unstable before.
     
    The power consumption is still sub 190w for my gpu and sub 70w for cpu. I haven't tried any proper benchmarks, ill try those tonight!

     
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    Re: Did an AIO leak fry my GPU? 2021/11/30 12:38:12 (permalink)
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    Just hope and pray your system doesn’t reset while running the test.

    I ran that test for a few minutes and boy I have never seen my CPU get that hot before 88C. Smokin. Thankfully it didn't reset or cutoff. It does not lie when it says it draws the maximum amount of power (500+ in my case between the two) from the cpu and gpu.

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    Re: Did an AIO leak fry my GPU? 2021/11/30 13:30:44 (permalink)
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    Just hope and pray your system doesn’t reset while running the test.

    I ran that test for a few minutes and boy I have never seen my CPU get that hot before 88C. Smokin. Thankfully it didn't reset or cutoff. It does not lie when it says it draws the maximum amount of power (500+ in my case between the two) from the cpu and gpu.

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