Question Is this the GPU's fault?

darkknightadi

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Hi,

My system specs are -

MOTHERBOARD (Chipset - Z370) = Asus TUF Z370 PRO gaming
CPU(Socket - LGA 1151) = i7 8700
GPU = ZOTAC GAMING GeForce RTX 2080 Ti Twin Fan
RAM = Corsair Vengeance 16GB DDR 4
SSD = Samsung 750 evo 120GB
HDD = Seagate Barracuda(Green) ST1000DM010-2EP102 1TB
PSU = Corsair RM1000x
CASE = Cooler Master MasterBox Lite 5 RGB
COOLER = Cooler Master MasterLiquid ML120L (RGB1.0)

So while bench marking and playing games, the GPU fans go hyper and causes the system to freeze. I have done the following checks -

-Installed the latest motherboard BIOS drivers from Asus Website
-Installed the latest chipset, network adapter and audio drivers from Asus Website.
-Did a proper uninstall of the graphics drivers using DDU and then reinstalled them via Nvidia website.
-I ran memtest86 and the test was successful. No errors.

-Monitored the temperatures of the CPU and the GPU using Core Temp and MSI Afterburner respectively. The temps are normal.

NOTE - The PSU is brand new and its just been just a month since I purchased the GPU.
Should I send the GPU for RMA as its still under warranty? Or is it some other problem?

I have recorded a video of the prob and uploaded it on YouTube, You can check it out to see the prob. In the video the prob kicks in at 2:19
Video Link -
View: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=REC2eme2U24


PLEASE HELP!!
 

Zizo007

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Can you try with another GPU?
If the problem goes away, RMA the GPU.

You can also try the GPU in another PC and see if the problem persists.
Early 2080 Ti's had many issues like the space invaders bug.
 

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