gpu is working because i can use computer, BUT the gpu fans not working (overheating as go on)
any suggestions why?
how to fix?
If the gpu fan is not working, it means the cpu fan is not working, which is why you are overheating (there is no gpu fan).
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I already said on my statement, "gpu is working because i can use computer, BUT the gpu fans not working (overheating as go on)"
here is a clip of the gpu (gpu is working when using the pc JUST ONLY the fan of it not working (not spinning) which will lead to oveheating GPU)
2pins of the fan is plug into the gpu,
What can be the possible cause of this? (fix)
Well, several problems:
Run the ssu report as I asked so we can get the information needed.
I don't need to see the SSU report. This is a pre-Core motherboard (Core 2 Duo, Core 2 Quad or something similar); pretty ancient. This is also a 3rd-party graphics card whose fan has failed. There is nothing that we can do about it.
Give the fan blades a shove and see if you can get them to spin again (might be caught against the cowling).
Get a replacement fan.
Get a replacement graphics card.
You've wiggled the connector?
You've tried plugging it in the other way?
Are you sure that you got the right replacement fan? Some boards only provide 5V so fans that are 12V either don't spin or spin only very slowly.
Well, sounds like you will need to replace that graphics card. I would look for something from the same era; there are lots of compatibility issues that can crop up using something more modern.
I haven't enough information to identify what has happened. What I can say is that this is a very old system and components can get fragile with age. Your 2 month-old card is really a lot older than that.