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May 12, 2017, 05:22:37 PM
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Hello,
i am having an issue where on my mining rig if i move a folder it becomes very "artifact" but if i don't do anything video is perfectly normal, is that something i got to worry about ?

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May 13, 2017, 01:16:36 AM
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Mining rigs are generally pushing the GPU to the max, which makes doing anything else that changes the display a bit "iffy" for other usage.

It SHOULDN'T affect file integrity though.


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May 13, 2017, 04:26:52 AM
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Just fear of overheating the memory, card is 65°
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May 13, 2017, 05:04:07 AM
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Just fear of overheating the memory, card is 65°
65c is not that high , how many gpus are you running on same board? nVidia or amd? What is your cpu and ram?

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May 13, 2017, 06:30:38 AM
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Just fear of overheating the memory, card is 65°

65° is a pretty good temp, don't go above 70° now with summer coming, i think your problem could be remote control, are you using teamviewer or others program like that?

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May 13, 2017, 11:40:44 AM
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May 16, 2017, 12:08:32 AM
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65 C is nothing to worry about on a modern GPU - they're designed to run in the 70s or even in some cases low 80s with good long-term reliability - though cooler WILL generally increase lifespan.


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May 16, 2017, 12:26:05 AM
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Artifacts usually means:
1 - if under the load only, then overheat of a video ram/gpu
2 - anytime load/no load, then its already damaged memory/gpu, especially if you start seeing artifacts during boot process, before driver is even loaded.

i would not worry if gpu runs anywhere under 80'C and i would worry if it runs over 90'C in between is sort of "pay attention" area to my opinion

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May 17, 2017, 03:05:05 AM
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Artifacts usually means:
1 - if under the load only, then overheat of a video ram/gpu
2 - anytime load/no load, then its already damaged memory/gpu, especially if you start seeing artifacts during boot process, before driver is even loaded.

i would not worry if gpu runs anywhere under 80'C and i would worry if it runs over 90'C in between is sort of "pay attention" area to my opinion

Me personally on my nvidia rigs:

<60* is ideal
60*-75* is acceptable
>75* is unacceptable

If they start to go above 75*, I start adding more active cooling to keep it in check.

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May 17, 2017, 11:38:27 AM
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Artifacts usually means:
1 - if under the load only, then overheat of a video ram/gpu
2 - anytime load/no load, then its already damaged memory/gpu, especially if you start seeing artifacts during boot process, before driver is even loaded.

i would not worry if gpu runs anywhere under 80'C and i would worry if it runs over 90'C in between is sort of "pay attention" area to my opinion

Me personally on my nvidia rigs:

<60* is ideal
60*-75* is acceptable
>75* is unacceptable

If they start to go above 75*, I start adding more active cooling to keep it in check.

thanks for this, you informed me well Smiley

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