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Windows 7: MS14-045 (KB 2993651) not fixing kernel mode BSODs

02 Sep 2014   #11
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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by NotASpeckOfCere View Post
  1. Ran FurMark fullscreen. The video adapter temp was 68C when it started and quickly (less than a minute) reached 100C. When it hit 102C, the box crashed. I did it again non-fullscreen and it reached 104C before crashing.
  2. Right now just typing with no video, it's cruising at 70C.
I've attached a recent ZIP from the DM log collector that includes an incident from this morning.

Is it normal for a stressed GPU to get this hot?
Let us see the system temperature in normal condition. Report us the heat of the computer after a couple of hours of your normal usage. Upload a screenshot of the summery tab of Speccy. Alternatively, you can publish a Speccy snapshot too: Speccy - Publish Snapshot of your System Specs .

Apparently you have detected the issue; now it is to determine what exactly is there behind it.


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03 Sep 2014   #12
NotASpeckOfCere

 

Hi all, this issue is solved.

A fan blade snapped off the video card, getting stuck in there and keeping the fan from turning. A card in the next slot had pins sticking out. At some point over the past few weeks, the pins got a hold of the fan blade. It is now running cool. It was 104C (219F) at peak and 70C (158F) at idle—now it's around 30C at idle and 70-80 when stressed with FurMark.

Resolution: see the attached zip containing a photo-essay of the fix (a Q-tip end super-glued to the video card at a strategic place to keep them apart).

Sorry for taking your time for what turned out to be a hardware failure. It started going down around the same time that MS issued that bad patch, so I assumed that was it. Next time I will check the hardware first.

Cheers,
Speck
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03 Sep 2014   #13
NoelDP

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Ye Gods!

No wonder you were having problems.

The important thing is that you have now identified and isolated the problem, and should be on the way to a permanent cure.

Good luck with it!
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