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P330 Tiny - Overheating P1000 Quadro GPU

2021-03-22, 10:01 AM

Model No: 30CF0034UK
BIOS Version: LENOVO M1UKT65A, 03/03/2021
OS: Windows 10

 

Over the past few weeks, I've noticed my GPU fan kicking in more frequently. On investigation, I have found that even under 0 load the GPU is sitting at ~60C and very quickly ramps up even at low load with the fan kicking quite quickly.

 

I have access to a P330 with a P620 GPU and that GPU idles at ~35-40C and the fan is very rarely noticeable.

 

Is this a common/known issue? Can anyone else with a P1000 let me know what idle GPU temperatures you see?

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Re:P330 Tiny - Overheating P1000 Quadro GPU

2021-03-22, 18:54 PM

I am not aware of this being a known issue. I assume you haven't changed anything in your system from the base model number that you posted? I'm also guessing that there's nothing that has changed in the airflow in/around your system over the time period when this started occurring?

 

I don't have a P330 Tiny right here in front of me to test, but I'm doing some checking around here. Will let you know if I have any ideas or learn anything useful from others on my team.



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Re:P330 Tiny - Overheating P1000 Quadro GPU

2021-03-23, 8:44 AM

Hi @PfatMan,

It's completely standard from that model number.

 

I can confirm nothing has changed in terms of ventilation and it has quite good airflow... I'm also in the UK, so it's not very warm in general ;)

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Re:P330 Tiny - Overheating P1000 Quadro GPU

2021-03-23, 19:23 PM

Got it - thanks for confirming.



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Re:P330 Tiny - Overheating P1000 Quadro GPU

2021-03-29, 11:38 AM

Hi @Andy_ , I still have not found any other reports of this issue. What are you using to take your thermal measurements? I'm going to try to find some historical test data with the same (or similar) config and I'd like to get close to an apples to apples comparison.

 

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Re:P330 Tiny - Overheating P1000 Quadro GPU

2021-03-29, 12:01 PM

Hi @PfatMan,

 

Initially, just the performance tab in Task Manager, I also used SpeedFan once I noticed the issue just to see it over longer periods of time. For reference, this is what it looks like at the moment:

 

 

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Re:P330 Tiny - Overheating P1000 Quadro GPU

2021-04-07, 19:59 PM

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Re:P330 Tiny - Overheating P1000 Quadro GPU

2021-04-07, 20:14 PM

Hi Andy - thanks for the bump on this one. I have not heard anything back from my initial inquiry to the development team. I just re-sent my request and will let you know what I hear back.



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Re:P330 Tiny - Overheating P1000 Quadro GPU

2021-04-10, 17:31 PM

I'll also chime in on this thread. I saw the same thing in my unit. The fan would kick in and try to cool things down, even though the system wasn't really under and heavy usage. I recently upgraded to a P340 Tiny and am now starting to see the same thing. Samsung Magician reports high temperatures and I hear the fans churning away.  I run the unit on its side in the cradle thinking it might better dissipate heat. Not sure it is having any effect.

 

I think there is an inherent cooling challenge with this form factor so I'm open to anything that will keep the unit cool.

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Re:P330 Tiny - Overheating P1000 Quadro GPU

2021-04-13, 11:16 AM

@jhicks - Thanks for your comments also. I'm still awaiting some sort of feedback from our thermal development team.



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