isekai kingThat worked KIND-OF, thank you. But it's so weird. MSI Afterburner only works if automatic fan mode is turned off. I had to turn it to manual mode. And also GPUZ shows the fans will not go higher than 47%.Fixed? No. Work around? Somewhat. The fans spin so that's some progress now. I also would much prefer to not have to use MSI Afterburner.
isekai kingIf it means anything I used X1 with my 2080 super xc ultra and my 3090 since like November 2019 and haven't ever had a single issue until today. I've also never used MSI Afterburner for reference. I use Corsair icue, GSKILL Trident Z RGB software, X1 and GPUZ/CPUZ. No issues ever though. I did have tons of issues when I used Gigabyte/Aorus RGB fusion(that software is awful) and my motherboard actually got bricked and replaced and whole system wiped but that was long before the 3090.
MartinUKThere is an unofficial way to go back to older Firmware versions, details here:https://forums.evga.com/RTX30-MCU-UpdateDowndate-Tool-m3214879.aspx There isn't much to it, you choose the Precision X1 version you want the firmware from in the top dropdown (these are included), and your card model in the second, then hit flash. You need to have Precision installed since it uses the FirmwareUpdate.exe that comes with that. Not certain which card model you would want to choose. But the 3090 has EVGA227 printed on the board in any pictures I've seen, so I'd guess E227. Use at your own risk of course, and I have no idea if it will fix your problem, but its there to try if you want to find out.
isekai kingJust tried OC switch, it did not work. Fans spin when PC boots. As soon as it gets to Windows login screen they completely stop. Issue is exactly the same both with OC switch on/off.
speedyslothisekai kingJust tried OC switch, it did not work. Fans spin when PC boots. As soon as it gets to Windows login screen they completely stop. Issue is exactly the same both with OC switch on/off.And the fans don't spin regardless of the temperature?