Question 0% usage of gpu when i replaced it

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I have a Dell pc, i remove the gtx660 gpu to add in the 1070. i thoguht my computer didnt have the capacity to get the 1070 becuase it also showed 0% and i got 15 fps on rust when i tried it. But when i changed it back to the 660 it is the same thing. when i press ALT+R it shows up and it says i got 0% gpu exploitation
 
Dell Inc, Vostro 470.
Yes i think i insstalled it, on geforce expirince?
I would say do a reinstall and see if it helps:
  • Download the latest drivers (use https://www.nvidia.com/Download/Find.aspx?lang=en-us )
  • Disconnect the computer from the internet
  • Uninstall the drivers through Control Panel -> Programs and Features
  • Restart the computer, or shut down and replace the video card if you haven't already
  • Install the new drivers
  • You can connect the internet back in afterwards
The reason for disconnecting the computer from the internet is to prevent Windows from trying to get a default driver.
 
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I would say do a reinstall and see if it helps:
  • Download the latest drivers (use https://www.nvidia.com/Download/Find.aspx?lang=en-us )
  • Disconnect the computer from the internet
  • Uninstall the drivers through Control Panel -> Programs and Features
  • Restart the computer, or shut down and replace the video card if you haven't already
  • Install the new drivers
  • You can connect the internet back in afterwards
The reason for disconnecting the computer from the internet is to prevent Windows from trying to get a default driver.
OK thanks i will try. THank you!
 
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I would say do a reinstall and see if it helps:
  • Download the latest drivers (use https://www.nvidia.com/Download/Find.aspx?lang=en-us )
  • Disconnect the computer from the internet
  • Uninstall the drivers through Control Panel -> Programs and Features
  • Restart the computer, or shut down and replace the video card if you haven't already
  • Install the new drivers
  • You can connect the internet back in afterwards
The reason for disconnecting the computer from the internet is to prevent Windows from trying to get a default driver.
i installed it and removed and reinstalled, but it is still laggy
 
Sep 5, 2022
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I would say do a reinstall and see if it helps:
  • Download the latest drivers (use https://www.nvidia.com/Download/Find.aspx?lang=en-us )
  • Disconnect the computer from the internet
  • Uninstall the drivers through Control Panel -> Programs and Features
  • Restart the computer, or shut down and replace the video card if you haven't already
  • Install the new drivers
  • You can connect the internet back in afterwards
The reason for disconnecting the computer from the internet is to prevent Windows from trying to get a default driver.
is my gtx 660 broken or something?
 
sometimes my gpu is about 2-11% but at the most 0% it doesnt show anything now when iam opening rust.
What I mean is Task Manager will tell you which GPU an app is running on (see the GPU Engine column):


Notice how it says "GPU1". In the "Performance" tab, it'll tell you what "GPU1" is:

In this case, GPU 1 is the integrated GPU, so Firefox is running off of my integrated GPU.

when i open it is
BPS I/T
99%BPS I/T
rendering latency I/T
exploitation of cpu 24%
exploitation of graphchsprossesor 0%
Where are you seeing this?
 
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What I mean is Task Manager will tell you which GPU an app is running on (see the GPU Engine column):


Notice how it says "GPU1". In the "Performance" tab, it'll tell you what "GPU1" is:

In this case, GPU 1 is the integrated GPU, so Firefox is running off of my integrated GPU.


Where are you seeing this?
i dont have the GPU 1. i only have the 5 first ones(CPU,MEMORY,DISK ,WIFI and GPU 0.)

iam seeing this when i press ALT+R
BPS I/T
99%BPS I/T
rendering latency I/T
exploitation of cpu 24%
exploitation of graphchsprossesor 0%
 
no but nvidia expirience does it.

what do you think about my gpu? i only have GPU 0 not GPU 1
Actually I find it weird you don't have two GPUs since the CPU should have an integrated GPU, but that's irrelevant to the problem.

I probably should've caught this earlier, but I'm going to point at the computer's PSU is having issues. The documentation on Dell's website say it's a 330W/460W unit. Given its age, throwing in a GTX 1070 in there would've too much for the PSU. So I'd probably start with replacing that next
 
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Actually I find it weird you don't have two GPUs since the CPU should have an integrated GPU, but that's irrelevant to the problem.

I probably should've caught this earlier, but I'm going to point at the computer's PSU is having issues. The documentation on Dell's website say it's a 330W/460W unit. Given its age, throwing in a GTX 1070 in there would've too much for the PSU. So I'd probably start with replacing that next
Yeah, so you think my PSU is broken?
 
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Actually I find it weird you don't have two GPUs since the CPU should have an integrated GPU, but that's irrelevant to the problem.

I probably should've caught this earlier, but I'm going to point at the computer's PSU is having issues. The documentation on Dell's website say it's a 330W/460W unit. Given its age, throwing in a GTX 1070 in there would've too much for the PSU. So I'd probably start with replacing that next
what is kinda weird is that i changed my PSU AND 1070 into my pc. but when nothing worked i changed the psu and gtx 660 back. so everything is normal. My normal psu havent touched the 1070.
 

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