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inkydink 02-04-2020 03:41 PM

Corsair one Pro (Intel i7-7700K,GTX 1080) video card removal/replacement
 
Hi. I believe my video card is broken as the video card reaches over 75 degrees during game play and stress test.
I want to replace with the same video card. I managed to disconnect everthing I can see, however, the video card just pivots. I'm not sure if its hooked in place or screwed in place.
Does anyone know if you can remove the video card without removing the motherboard on the other side (to possibly unscrew the video card or something else)?
Does anyone have a link to a tutorial or steps to removal of the video card?
If anyone has any other ideas as to why the video card is overheating, please let me know.
Thanks

zguy85 02-04-2020 04:24 PM

You can remove the card without removing the motherboard you just have to turn it the right angle. It's difficult and super tight but I did it.

inkydink 02-04-2020 04:43 PM

Hi. Thanks for responding. You didnt have to remove the Hard Drive encasement did you? The hard drive is easy to remove, and the cables can be moved out of the way, however, the Hard Drive encasement (or holder) is in the way when I try to rotate out the video card. Any info is great.
Thanks again.

zguy85 02-04-2020 05:32 PM

Dont think it's your card man. You should get Link 4.4.4.9 I got the same setup as u unless I'm missing something. I also have 7700k with 1080gtx. I had same heat problem also. I just repasted and reseated the GPU cooler and now have temps better then ever.

If the cooler is slightly mispositioned on the GPU, you'll get those high temps. The setup securing the cooler to the GPU isnt very secure, I would absolutely repaste and reset the cooler first.

Pepsicubere 04-28-2020 05:33 PM

I have almost the same issue. I`m sure now that temp higher than 60C isn`t normal for Corsair One GPU
https://forum.corsair.com/v3/showthr...09#post1043609


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