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Old October 11th 03, 09:39 PM
Phyzlo
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Hello,

I have recently bought an ASUS V9520 GFX card. After two days of using
it the fan started to sound as if it was spinning against something. I
went back to the store and got a new card but this card also started
to sound bad after couple of days.. Is there something wrong with ASUS
V9520 fan in general? Or am I just having bad luck?

Anyways, my question is if anyone else is also having this problem
with this specific GFX card?

Regards,
Phyz
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Old October 12th 03, 11:56 AM
Geoff Harrison
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Mine didnt come with a fan, is a fan standard issue?

"Phyzlo" wrote in message
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Hello,

I have recently bought an ASUS V9520 GFX card. After two days of using
it the fan started to sound as if it was spinning against something. I
went back to the store and got a new card but this card also started
to sound bad after couple of days.. Is there something wrong with ASUS
V9520 fan in general? Or am I just having bad luck?

Anyways, my question is if anyone else is also having this problem
with this specific GFX card?

Regards,
Phyz



  #3  
Old October 12th 03, 03:24 PM
Phyzlo
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Yes, it should have a fan.

"Geoff Harrison" wrote in message ...
Mine didnt come with a fan, is a fan standard issue?

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Old October 12th 03, 07:17 PM
Anybody
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Not if he got the Magic version. But yes, my 9520/td fan started making the
"fan is gonna go" noise, so I just brought it back and exchanged it, and
this one is fine. I was also given to know that this one was from a
different delivery batch from the priginal I had, so figure that there was
probably a shipment with bad fans made. Who knows how many were made and
shipped out around the globe?
"Phyzlo" wrote in message
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Yes, it should have a fan.

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Mine didnt come with a fan, is a fan standard issue?



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Old October 14th 03, 06:38 PM
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I've got the V8420 deluxe...my fan stopped working after about 7-mos
(SmartDoctor gave me a warning).
I called ASUS, and they sent me a new one...all is well now (4-mos later)


"Phyzlo" wrote in message
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Hello,

I have recently bought an ASUS V9520 GFX card. After two days of using
it the fan started to sound as if it was spinning against something. I
went back to the store and got a new card but this card also started
to sound bad after couple of days.. Is there something wrong with ASUS
V9520 fan in general? Or am I just having bad luck?

Anyways, my question is if anyone else is also having this problem
with this specific GFX card?

Regards,
Phyz



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Old October 14th 03, 08:06 PM
[]V[] e g a []V[] a d
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"Phyzlo" schreef in bericht
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Hello,

I have recently bought an ASUS V9520 GFX card. After two days of using
it the fan started to sound as if it was spinning against something. I
went back to the store and got a new card but this card also started
to sound bad after couple of days.. Is there something wrong with ASUS
V9520 fan in general? Or am I just having bad luck?


I bought mine 3 weeks ago, and 5 days ago my fan started making noises when
spinning up.
I fiddled a little with it and it seems to work ok...
However: my case is open, so if it stops I'll know ;-)

I'm gonna replace it with a 3-wire fan and connect it to a fan header on my
mobo for monitoring...

Leo


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Old October 17th 03, 06:33 PM
Driekes
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I've got the same problem with those cards. Every fan will make noise, even
new out of the box. Asus just denies the problem. I never had understand
this problem: the fan is one of the cheapest parts on the videocard, why not
spending some little money to get a better one... I just quit buying those
cards. I'm using Gigabyte cards now and the smaller one's come with passive
coolers, that's the best!

Driekes

"[]V[] e g a []V[] a d" schreef in bericht
...

"Phyzlo" schreef in bericht
om...
Hello,

I have recently bought an ASUS V9520 GFX card. After two days of using
it the fan started to sound as if it was spinning against something. I
went back to the store and got a new card but this card also started
to sound bad after couple of days.. Is there something wrong with ASUS
V9520 fan in general? Or am I just having bad luck?


I bought mine 3 weeks ago, and 5 days ago my fan started making noises

when
spinning up.
I fiddled a little with it and it seems to work ok...
However: my case is open, so if it stops I'll know ;-)

I'm gonna replace it with a 3-wire fan and connect it to a fan header on

my
mobo for monitoring...

Leo




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Old October 19th 03, 07:09 AM
Anybody
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The V9520 they replaced mine with makes no more noise then a fan should,
niether does my buddys V9950. I doubt you will find a decent card that
doesn't need a fan, but hey, I have been wrong before! What card from
Gigabyte do you have?

"Driekes" wrote in message
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I've got the same problem with those cards. Every fan will make noise,

even
new out of the box. Asus just denies the problem. I never had understand
this problem: the fan is one of the cheapest parts on the videocard, why

not
spending some little money to get a better one... I just quit buying those
cards. I'm using Gigabyte cards now and the smaller one's come with

passive
coolers, that's the best!

Driekes

"[]V[] e g a []V[] a d" schreef in bericht
...

"Phyzlo" schreef in bericht
om...
Hello,

I have recently bought an ASUS V9520 GFX card. After two days of using
it the fan started to sound as if it was spinning against something. I
went back to the store and got a new card but this card also started
to sound bad after couple of days.. Is there something wrong with ASUS
V9520 fan in general? Or am I just having bad luck?


I bought mine 3 weeks ago, and 5 days ago my fan started making noises

when
spinning up.
I fiddled a little with it and it seems to work ok...
However: my case is open, so if it stops I'll know ;-)

I'm gonna replace it with a 3-wire fan and connect it to a fan header on

my
mobo for monitoring...

Leo






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Old October 19th 03, 06:17 PM
Driekes
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Hey Anybody,

I use the Radeon 9200 128mb (lowend) and the 9600 and up cards for highend.
In my own system I use the GV-R96128D and that's a passive cooled card. The
one with DVI out has a fan but is pretty ok. I use to love the videocards
from Asus (and all there other stuff) but I switched to Gigabyte. I have to
say that the card that I use now is much lower in performance than the
ti4200 128mb I used before and they almost cost the same..... :-(
"Anybody" schreef in bericht
. cable.rogers.com...
The V9520 they replaced mine with makes no more noise then a fan should,
niether does my buddys V9950. I doubt you will find a decent card that
doesn't need a fan, but hey, I have been wrong before! What card from
Gigabyte do you have?

"Driekes" wrote in message
...
I've got the same problem with those cards. Every fan will make noise,

even
new out of the box. Asus just denies the problem. I never had understand
this problem: the fan is one of the cheapest parts on the videocard, why

not
spending some little money to get a better one... I just quit buying

those
cards. I'm using Gigabyte cards now and the smaller one's come with

passive
coolers, that's the best!

Driekes

"[]V[] e g a []V[] a d" schreef in bericht
...

"Phyzlo" schreef in bericht
om...
Hello,

I have recently bought an ASUS V9520 GFX card. After two days of

using
it the fan started to sound as if it was spinning against something.

I
went back to the store and got a new card but this card also started
to sound bad after couple of days.. Is there something wrong with

ASUS
V9520 fan in general? Or am I just having bad luck?


I bought mine 3 weeks ago, and 5 days ago my fan started making noises

when
spinning up.
I fiddled a little with it and it seems to work ok...
However: my case is open, so if it stops I'll know ;-)

I'm gonna replace it with a 3-wire fan and connect it to a fan header

on
my
mobo for monitoring...

Leo








 




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