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Message 1983966 - Posted: 7 Mar 2019, 22:26:36 UTC

I have some GTX 750 Ti card with defect fan. It makes too much noise and stop sometimes so temperature
climb to 100 degres !
I have not been able to find any spare fan... it's a pity to stop using it just for a piece of plastic which should cost
a few euros....
Does anyone know if nvdia can provide such fan ? (no warranty, cards are too old).
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Message 1983967 - Posted: 7 Mar 2019, 22:34:00 UTC

Nvidia won't, but check with the manufacturer of the cards as they may have replacements.

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Message 1983973 - Posted: 7 Mar 2019, 22:59:14 UTC

Ok this is not exactly the same as you, but I had a gt 240 card burn out a fan. I was able to get a slim 80mm fan and zip tie it to the heat sink and plug it into the motherboard and get a couple of extra years out of it.
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Message 1983984 - Posted: 7 Mar 2019, 23:36:48 UTC

The one time I tried to repair a GTX 460 twin fan card, I found a fan that had the correct diameter but the mounting points were different from the stock fan. Had to kludge it in. Never had fan control on it, just ran at full speed. Most gpu stock fans are proprietary design builds. You are not going to find an aftermarket fan with the correct size and mounting likely. Also fan control power cables usually use a proprietary mini header also. That means you still need to adapt or solder the replacement fan cable to the older connector. Not worth the effort and the most I would do is attach a normal case fan to the card to blow on it these days. or convert it to water cooled if possible.
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Message 1984002 - Posted: 8 Mar 2019, 0:23:29 UTC

remove the fan. likely there's a model number on it of some kind.

search google for that model number. might turn something up.
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Message 1984065 - Posted: 8 Mar 2019, 6:14:53 UTC - in response to Message 1983966.  
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I have some GTX 750 Ti card with defect fan. It makes too much noise and stop sometimes so temperature
climb to 100 degres !
I have not been able to find any spare fan... it's a pity to stop using it just for a piece of plastic which should cost
a few euros....
Does anyone know if nvdia can provide such fan ? (no warranty, cards are too old).


Or
https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=m570.l1313&_nkw=gtx+750ti+fan&_sacat=0

Which produced some fans that apparently specifically fit a 750.

Tom
ps. I still have 2 gtx 750Ti's in production, so I have a soft spot for those.
I will stop procrastinating tomorrow.
\\// Live Long & Prosper (starting tomorrow ;)
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Message 1984068 - Posted: 8 Mar 2019, 6:31:55 UTC - in response to Message 1984065.  

Or
https://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&_trksid=m570.l1313&_nkw=gtx+750ti+fan&_sacat=0

Which produced some fans that apparently specifically fit a 750

Nice find Tom.
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Message 1984095 - Posted: 8 Mar 2019, 13:31:18 UTC

Thanks everyone :)
I will try to fix the card with your help.
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Message 1984123 - Posted: 8 Mar 2019, 15:26:22 UTC

I had a similar problem with a GTX 640. Turns out is was the fan controller, not the fan. I bypassed it using a molex to three pin adapter. Fan runs 100%, but does the job.
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Message 1984537 - Posted: 11 Mar 2019, 11:22:30 UTC

Finally, Mark Stevenson suggest me to use one of my old GTX 650 Ti card.
It works very well !
One more GTX750 Ti crunching....
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