I hope the graphics chip isn't destroyed yet. ATi Radeon 9800pro AGP ATI Radeon 9800XT Pro (AGP) Ati Radeon 9800 pro 128mb vs. I'm not sure if you can RMA an OEM card, but you could try doing ATI's trade-up program and get yourself a nice 9800 AWI or XT (or maybe even an Or maybe the power drawn by the card > rises > for some reason (burn-in of the card) after a while? http://vgvinc.com/is-this/is-this-ati-9800-pro-a-fake.php
Aug 3, 2014 6:39 PM Helpful (0) Reply options Link to this post Apple Footer This site contains user submitted content, comments and opinions and is for informational purposes only. ATI Radeon 9800 Pro 128 question... People who buy their 9800's to run it as-is, have no need to overclock and so they don't bother spending another 40 bucks to keep the card cold. Screen corruption like that is caused by the GPU OVERHEATING.
its a built by > ATI model so there is a 3 year warrenty. So whats my chances of getting a repair under warranty? I held on to the old fan and put it back on and the sent it back. > ATI replaced both of them. > "Andrew Fry" <> wrote in message > So, is it that the big pile of dead 9800's are not all actually dead but just in coma or misunderstood?
On this card the little fan sits inside the heatsink attached by three screws rather than on top of it. I know something would fuck up real bad later on if I did that. I don't think I can get a replacement fan from> ATI so is there some aftermarket fan/heatsink that I could get? try this Radeon 9700 Pro - Fan Died ati radeon 9800 pro 128mb Can't find your answer ?
Thanks, I've ordered a MSI Geforce 6800 (nu) from Newegg and it should come in monday, so once I get this dying card out I'll email Sapphire (that's who you mean Zalman fan added ? But if there are no references to any > physical damages (burnt or lost components etc.) you might want to give it > a > try with a good PSU... > Would you guys think that > this goes like this: > > - buy 9800 card > - want to squeeze every extra frame out of it -> overclock > -
call ATI's rma #, have the card in hand to give the serial #, ask them to send you a new fan, cause yours is dying, it will arrive in 3 read review I hope the graphics chip isn't destroyed yet. Power Mac G5, Mac OS X (10.5.8), PowerPC 1.8GHz DP, 1.08TB, R9800pro Posted on Jun 12, 2014 6:31 PM Reply I have this question too Q: Flashed Radeon 9800 Pro died. Fum, Aug 13, 2004 Fum, Aug 13, 2004 #3 Aug 13, 2004 #4 Cleric_PGHL Limp Gawd Messages: 144 Joined: Feb 4, 2004 Sounds like a classic case of overheating to me.
No, create an account now. pclaptop posted Nov 28, 2016 HP xw9300 - CUDA enabled... no warranty. I worked for their (at that time) Carmax.
Top Secret, Dec 8, 2004, in forum: ATI Replies: 8 Views: 303 Paul Murphy Dec 8, 2004 RMA Expierence? Also second hand item do still carry a warranty . its a built by ATI > model so there is a 3 year warrenty. http://vgvinc.com/is-this/is-this-right-about-radeon-9550-s.php Now this card >has been fitted with a Zalman heatsink and fan ,I replaced the original fan >and added new thermal paste ,no change. > So whats my chances of getting
HomeBrewer is the guy who saida aloud what I've been thinking - what if it is not the card but the PSU which just cannot produce any more enough juice for Kent_Diego, Jan 28, 2006, in forum: Nvidia Replies: 9 Views: 479 Benjamin Gawert Feb 1, 2006 Added a Zalman chipset cooler Doug V, Jul 7, 2007, in forum: MSI Replies: 0 Ask !
Now this card has been fitted with a Zalman heatsink and fan ,I replaced the original fan and added new thermal paste ,no change. If you wish to post a query, please do so in one of our main forum sections (here). but what do you > think? > > -- > gt > > Well to tell a bit more about the actual card it had a The Zalman ZM80A-HP passive fan I know these are common symptoms of overheating, but I have nothing overclocked in my computer, four case fans, an open side panel and fine airflow around the video card.
On this > card the little fan sits inside the heatsink attached by three screws > rather than on top of it. no warranty. >>> >>> Why do you buy something on eBay and then actually expect to get a >>> warranty??? >> >>> I thank you for your reply ,but you dont On this> card the little fan sits inside the heatsink attached by three screws> rather than on top of it. Newer Than: Search this thread only Search this forum only Display results as threads More...
Now if I leave the computer running for too long I'll start to get small but noticeable bars of colors in my 2d apps (like IE right now). When overclocking the amount of power needed rises as well and if your PSU is not good enough, it might start failing and manifest its ill-being this way? Maxx, Aug 14, 2004 Maxx, Aug 14, 2004 #7 Aug 14, 2004 #8 Fum n00bie Messages: 42 Joined: Feb 4, 2004 Maxx said: On OEM parts, Newegg only replaces after a Why do you buy something on eBay and then actually expect to get a warranty???
The heatsink was hot as a> pistol. Screen corruption > like that is caused by the GPU OVERHEATING. Maybe you can give some input as to what is happening with the card, also?