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GPU stress/load testing

Published 23rd May 2022, updated 9th Jan 2024 - 3 minute read

Unlike trying to stress a CPU out, GPUs are a fair bit easier to put under load, but it is for certain difficult to give it a repeatable and consistent workload... so, enter GPU stress testing! Note: Generally speaking, when running benchmarks that provide a score/ranking, you w ... Read more

Getting the latest graphics drivers

Published 2nd Mar 2022, updated 7th May 2024 - 4 minute read

While we certainly attempt to have your system's drivers relatively up to date, and your system should also aim to keep you all the way updated when connected to an internet connection, sometimes you might have to get the very latest drivers yourself. The best place to get them? ... Read more

Graphics card removal and installation

Published 18th Feb 2022, updated 19th May 2023 - 2 minute read

Tools required: Philips head screwdriver. Removing a graphics card To do so, you'll need to power down your PC and ensure it is not plugged into any live electricity sources (as should almost always be your first step). Open your PC case cover and see whether the graphics car ... Read more

Monitoring GPU temperatures

Published 28th Jan 2022, updated 25th May 2022 - 2 minute read

Monitoring your graphics card (also known as GPU or video card) temperatures during critical operations can help prevent damage and identify possible problems. Windows doesn’t include a thorough GPU temperature monitoring tool (unless you're happy with Task Manager's Perfor ... Read more

Solutions to a GPU running extra hot

Published 28th Jan 2022, updated 19th May 2023 - 5 minute read

According to Nvidia, the standard operating temperature range of a graphics processing unit (GPU) is 104°F to 194°F (40°C to 90°C). If your room temperature is 68°F (20°C), your GPU should always be feeling warm or hot at any given time. However, your GPU ... Read more

Graphics Card Troubleshooting

Published 27th Jan 2022, updated 26th May 2022 - 4 minute read

Graphics card not detected Graphics Card, Video Card, or GPU not being detected is a common problem that plagues many users around the world on occasion. It is a very annoying issue in which your graphics card is not detected during the boot process or your GPU is not detected o ... Read more

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