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Thread: Sapphire 5700 XT Nitro+ neverending issue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by detrol2k View Post
    Front one's sucking and the top one is blowing out.
    Hmm...

    And does the PC perform any better if you just leave the side panel off?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jon Gerow View Post
    Hmm...

    And does the PC perform any better if you just leave the side panel off?
    I tried this on a 3 hour gaming test or so and didn't see any improvement. I also added a 120mm fan on the side door of my case to blow air directly onto the GPU, still not much of a difference.

    Quote Originally Posted by ashiekh View Post
    I did, there was a slight improvement but it's still stuttering, making it unplayable.

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    Since not everyone sees this issue, I wonder what it can be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashiekh View Post
    Since not everyone sees this issue, I wonder what it can be.
    Defective card (#2)

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    Two defective cards?

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    Oh... Here's an idea.... Can you manually set your PCIe version in your BIOS?

    The card is a 4.0 card running in a 3.0 board. Sometimes when the slots are set to auto, they'll default to 1.0 because the board is too old to know what 4.0 is even supposed to be.

    You can see this in GPUz. If you put in the RX 580, it'll probably say "PCIe 3.0 running at 3.0", but the 5700 XT might say, "PCIe 4.0 running at 1.0".

    Check it.

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    Now THAT is a good idea.

    I'd update the computer BIOS along the way.

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    Oh my god it is indeed running at 1.1 PCIE. OH MY GOD!


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    This is when I swapped the slot, for some reason I cannot set the GEN on the first one in BIOS. Could be a mobo issue but that's easy to replace.

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