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    All right

    Give us an update at any time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sinxar View Post
    I don't know just yet. I will have to play some more games to see if it happens again. I hope so though.
    Hopefully it's sorted you out . Never worked for me though . Same story where it gets pretty loud under very little load (browsing web etc) , then when i launch a benchmark or load a game the fans spin up very loud and even when the benchmark/game is unloaded the fans stay on high and wont go back to previous speed/noise levels (even if i wait 10 minutes) until i restart windows.

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    Moderator Array Nate152 PC Specs
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    Hi Cyberhash

    So you've done what Asus support has suggested, uninstall the nvidia driver, uninstall gpu tweak II, power down your pc and remove your 1070 then reinstall your 1070, graphics driver and GPU Tweak II with no help?

    You could try it again only this time don't install GPU Tweak II and see what happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate152 View Post
    Hi Cyberhash

    So you've done what Asus support has suggested, uninstall the nvidia driver, uninstall gpu tweak II, power down your pc and remove your 1070 then reinstall your 1070, graphics driver and GPU Tweak II with no help?

    You could try it again only this time don't install GPU Tweak II and see what happens.
    Never installed GPU Tweak this time round to see if it would help identify what is causing the problem. I believe its an nvidia driver issue though...... While the fans were quite noisy i uninstalled the 373.02 nvidia driver and the card went silent. It then remained quiet while windows was running (legacy display driver under windows 10). But it still does not explain while any fan monitor app shows that the fans are running at 0rpm when they are not.

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    Try the latest nvidia driver 375.63

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate152 View Post
    All right

    Give us an update at any time.
    Unfortunately it is still happening. No idea if it was actually temp related this time as I don't have any monitoring programs installed. Was playing for quite some time before it happened though. Playing on max settings at 1440p with gsync enabled. It makes me wonder if it is a gsync issue or monitor refresh rate issue since it seems to only affect some people with this specific card.

    On an unrelated note, the 372.70 driver is pretty bad for Gears of War 4. Get some nasty stuttering in some sections.
    Last edited by Sinxar; 10-27-2016 at 05:25 AM.

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    The issue is not just with ASUS cards , there are other forums where MSI / EVGA / NVIDIA / Gigabyte cards are affected. Like you say, not everyone is affected and i think that it might be something chipset/motherboard related. I did notice when i installed this card , that my pc takes longer to display the ASUS logo on screen from the motherboard from a cold boot, and the monitor takes longer to detect a signal from the card ....... about twice as long as it did with my old GTX 680. I was planning on returning mine to the place where i purchased it for them to test and send a replacement card. But it would be my luck that they would test it on a system that has a different chipset/motherboard than i have and for them to say "there is nothing wrong with the card" and return the same card back to me. Just out of interest, what type of chipset and motherboard do you have ??? Mine is an ASUS X99-Pro .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cyberhash View Post
    what type of chipset and motherboard do you have ?
    Asus Z97-E

    It is in a reply on the last page:

    Quote Originally Posted by Sinxar View Post
    Here are my specs if you see any obvious issues with the card and my system.

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    Asus GTX 1070 Gaming OC
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    Acer XB270HU (1440p 144hz Gsync)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nate152 View Post
    All right, let us know what Asus says. I might be tempted to do a windows reinstall and see if that fixes it before doing an RMA. Sorry to hear you're having troubles with your ROG Strix 1070, once you get a properly working one it's a great overclocker and a great performer. Here is a video of Doom I recorded with Xsplit Gamecaster. You can see the settings at the beginning and the FPS rarely dips below 100 FPS. I hope Asus gets you sorted out and you won't have to do an RMA. The forum is acting funny for me today.
    yea, we surely know 1070 is a great cards, but the problem is there, just the fan problem, i already found out it's only one of the three fan not working properly, making ticking sound, checked cable under the fan, all good, the blade is not hitting anything, the fan just spin by itself, to 600/700RPM and make a strange noise and stop, after few second start again.
    the to do RMA that means we as gamer will suffer like 1 months at least without video card, that's terrible, and we forced to suffer the problem as we are in Australia, it is because we have faith in ASUS STRIX product line that we happy to pay premium price from first day released at amazon US, but not a good experience when we got the card.

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    News everyone!

    So I have been working to figure out if it is the VBIOS or the driver causing the issue.

    I tried the older BIOS the card was originally shipped with and every one up until the latest. What I found was interesting. None of them fixed the fan issue, however another issue I had was gsync was not working in some games for some unknown reason. The first release VBIOS fixed the Gsync problem.

    Now since the strix non-oc version uses the same hardware. I decided to try the latest VBIOS for that card. Turns out it works and fixes the problem for me. Obviously this sets the clocks pretty low compared to the 08G card. You can however OC up to the correct value. On top of that, gsync is working properly.

    So what does this mean? Is the VBIOS really at fault here? Is it possible the OC on the 08G card is inherently unstable and perhaps causing a glitch that makes the fans freak out? Anybody with knowledge of gfx card bios flashing with this fan issue able to test?

    (do not do this if you are unfamiliar with the process of VBIOS flashing, If you break your card doing this, nobody but you is responsible)

    My observation of the card while running a demanding load is that it will spin up the fans to 100% for a second then they spin down to the correct RPM. However with the strix gaming OC card, it does the same thing except it is not spinning down to the correct RPM. It seems to not respond until it get a second cue, usually once the temp drops quite low to 45c or so then it will usually turn off.

    With the non-oc strix VBIOS it acts normally. Under high load it will indeed spin up to 100% but will slow down as the temp drops.

    ed: also just got a response from Asus about it. They gave me the typical canned response without reading anything I said in the support request. I told them I am using the latest version of GPU Tweak II. They told me to install the latest version of GPU Tweak II (funny thing, the version they linked me isn't even the latest one).

    This is why I hate Asus support. Can't even take the time to read a few sentences from people paying a lot of cash for their top end hardware.
    Last edited by Sinxar; 10-27-2016 at 09:13 PM.

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