I have a laptop from the company that I work, a dell i5 8250u Latitude 5490
One thing that I notice, @SuperCharged148 showed, is that when I have the laptop sitting on the desk, it spins the fan faster, but if I use a stand, it simply does not, simply not audible. On the office, it was over...
Broken charger, bad battery, user dropping the laptop, broken screen, liquid spill... But CPU Cooking itself, I think only old HP's DV2000 overheating on BGA sockets. They are kind known here by the overheat with AMD processors, long ago around 2004-2006
I would say that these temps are ok for a laptop computer in normal to high usage. Can you measure the Room temperature? And also, the laptop is in a safe place? Like on a desk and not on a bed, please xD.
Please, also specify the Laptop model, so we can have some better guess. And are you...
(The forum recomendation is to always use english, alright? :D)
Techpowerup has a BIOS database:
Try to find exactly your model in here.
I think it's this...
Hey man, this already happened to me, but it was something related to network and momentary.
Check your connection, as well firewalls. If nothing works reinstall all the Geforce Experience itens. Maybe the nvidia services that conects to the nvidia servers (NVcontainer etc) are not running on...
Exactly, from 2012, this machine used to run under poor and dusty env. So I was worried to the max in regards to cooling this. Of course, a 770 it's hot, along with a i7-2600, I think it is worth to worry about thermals.
I recommended (as he wanted as fast as it was possible) based on the...
uops, yeah you're right. Gonna run more tests on it through the night, outside the system again, or in another one just to simulate. I don't want this computer to come back. Thanks for noticing.
I mentioned the block, because on the testing, and by the position, I could see some leaks from top...
uhh, kind laying low on games recently, but...
Last completed: Journey, Rise of Tomb Raider, Bioshock 1 - Remaster
Played recently: Killing Floor 2, Battlefield V, RDR2, GTAV, Cities Skylines, Warframe, and some Car Sim hehe
I forgot to mention, this is not a reference GTX 770, it's a Gigabyte Windforce. And the leak, with all my testing, and even after a nigh running alone, outside the system, showed me that the leak was on the block, and not on the connections.
I do understand that it would be more common to have...
I have a client that has a (old) Corsair H60, his specs are:
i7-2600, 8GB DDR3 Ripjaws, GTX 770, CX 750 PSU, Gigabyte Z77M-D3H;
Case: AEROCOOL STRIKE-X XTREME BLACK
Originally this computer had the Radiator position on back of the case. After some investigation, checking the...
Glad to see that you were able to contact the Lenovo Argentina service.
But the first thing that I though reading, was the BIOS Battery.
Maybe the NVME wasn't enabled by default on BIOS? At least my Gigabyte AORUS M B450 have a setting like that, but NVME is enabled by default.
I would change...
I would also say to you to test, clean, check fans, fans speeds.
But, I also think that VRAM is dying, or there's some capacitor on the GPU dying. There's some technicians that fixes GPUs, but I can't recommend on for you, based on location;
I would do a cleaning, and thermal paste changing...
After a deep, 2 long days of discoveries, I see now the explanation of what's happening on here. I would like to put all my discoveries here so if someone is having the same issues, it will have a clearer picture.
TL;DR: It's something from the BFV itself, and not a Nvidia Control Panel...
Newbie on the forums here, however long run hardware fanboy.
Thing is, I'm always used to play around with the Nvidia Control Panel settings and check which settings fits the best for the games I play and the performance of the GPU. From my old FX5200 128MB to my newer Zotac 1660...
Here at Brasil they are common. Not as Asus and Gigabyte, the masses enjoy it.
Nice to know that! In my Country there's this skepticism, if it's not Asus or Gigabyte, they don't know, of course generally speaking.
But we can find MSI, Asrock, and in the old days, even PC-Chips hahaha