Got the new card, works perfect. The shop tested the old card and it passed
all their criteria so I really have no idea why it didn't work for me.
The card I have now has a 1 year warranty which is decent, as a student I
sadly can't afford a new GPU.
On a side note, I checked in BIOS and I got the following readings:
3.3V - at 3.296V
5V - at 4.960V
12V - at 12.096V
Anyway, thank you very much for all yours help
what???????????? but i control my case fans and my cpu with Al Suite 3..... i recently got a rx 570 which i have not yet installed it on my board, and now you are telling me this :/.. sigh i think i made a mistake by getting a radeon card /facepalm.
okay now that you mention that, is it super recommended to use wattman for a radeon card for control/undervolting/etc or can i just keep my system with the al suite 3 for my cpu/case fans(intel cpu ) and for the gpu card msi afterburner? (which is what im using right now but with a gtx 750 ti)
I don't think you understand. Any third party controller..these include Asus and Afterburner. Do what you want..if it doesn't work correctly get rid of them.
It's a Sapphire card right? have you checked for a bios selector switch?
iirc Sapphire cards need to have their selector switch match the boot settings in your bios, legacy mode for bios and uefi mode for uefi (unless your uefi is set to legacy boot) which "might" explain why it works in one machine and then not in another