** 1070 laptop: GT73VR, GT62VR, GT72VR reboot/crash problem **

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  1. Falkentyne

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    Gsync card?
    Possibly. Try it.
     
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    If you are not successful in flashing the VBIOS you can download msi afterburner and open the voltage curve (ctrl+f) then flatline it beyond 0.9V. If that works you will know your card is suffering from the same issue as in this thread.
     
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    Yes Its a G-Sync Card.
    Now my issue upgraded to new level. Even if i dont run any applications/games. Just fresh boot leave the desktop. Not even play video. For 15-20 min the clock is at 139 Mhz , 34-37 degree centigrade. then suddenly its shooting 1850 Mzh + and 80-90 degree centigrade.
    any idea what caused this issue.
    i could use all the help i can get. pls
     
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    Now my issue upgraded to new level. Even if i dont run any applications/games. Just fresh boot leave the desktop. Not even play video. For 15-20 min the clock is at 139 Mhz , 34-37 degree centigrade. then suddenly its shooting 1850 Mzh + and 80-90 degree centigrade.
    any idea what caused this issue.
    i could use all the help i can get. pls
     
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    I have MSI afterBurner. and i am able to open voltage curve (ctrl+f) but any guidance how to edit. any link to video or any demo ?
     
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    Impossible to be 80-90C on the desktop on a 115W video card.
    Unless you are mining or something or maybe you have a virus that's putting the graphics under load.
    Try repasting with a new thermal paste. Coolermaster Gel Maker Nano works well.
     
  7. heliada

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    Starts to sound like a virus or something to me as well.... my 1070 would never even reach those temperatures under full load.
    Just make the curve flat beyond 0.9V as I told you. But honestly your problem is at least partially totally different so not sure it would even help. You need to figure out your windows/rogue program/virus issue first before troubleshooting further.
     
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    Sounds to me like a miner is rubbing in background, you don't have a browser tab open do you?

    Sent from my LLD-L31 using Tapatalk
     
  9. Vamsi Krishna Saladi

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    Hi,
    I dont Mine, and as part of resolving the issue, i have even recently Factory restored my laptop ( I am not using a desktop). All data on HDD and SSD are formatted. No chance of virus as well, i have been using and Internet Security antivirus program till before i factory resetted my Lappy. And may be i will be taking to a service center as last option as they will try to LOOT money. and If this is a software/Driver/bios issue which i could figure and fix myself i dont want to waste money to service centres. (any way i am not doing any advance tuning/tampering or something
     
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    No, I dont Mine, and as part of resolving the issue, i have even recently Factory restored my laptop ( I am not using a desktop). All data on HDD and SSD are formatted.
    I just have basic softwares installed.
     
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