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    Default Re: ATI FirePro M7740 went unstable - any ideas?

    ...here we go

    http://paste.opensuse.org/9b9e0a85

    Anything interesting in there? :-)
    Kind regards

    raspu

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    Default Re: ATI FirePro M7740 went unstable - any ideas?

    Quote Originally Posted by suse_rasputin View Post
    ...here we go

    http://paste.opensuse.org/9b9e0a85

    Anything interesting in there? :-)
    Hi
    So tear free in on, so have you noticed a change in the display output now? If not try adding the line omitted before and reboot...
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    I will have to wait at least 1 day, normally a crash happend recently every day... (today the second I wanted to copy this 20-file to its destination).
    Kind regards

    raspu

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    OK, next crash happend this second, screen turned gray, than background color without icons, taskbar etc. Totally dead at that point...

    But this time the gray scree comes back again and again (never seen before). Seems like the machine tries to restart the graphics, but doesn't succeed...
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    Default Re: ATI FirePro M7740 went unstable - any ideas?

    On Wed 22 Nov 2017 05:46:01 PM CST, suse rasputin wrote:

    OK, next crash happend this second, screen turned gray, than background
    color without icons, taskbar etc. Totally dead at that point...

    But this time the gray scree comes back again and again (never seen
    before). Seems like the machine tries to restart the graphics, but
    doesn't succeed...


    Hi
    When was the last time it was cleaned out of dust bunnies, sounds like
    over heating....

    What does the output from the sensors command show?

    Was this with the added option or just TearFree?

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    Is cleaned twice a year, recently after the problem started, I cleaned it and installed a temp monitor tool. GPU is typically at 56°C, while HDDs are at 40°C. Only TearFree added yet. ;-)
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    Default Re: ATI FirePro M7740 went unstable - any ideas?

    Quote Originally Posted by suse_rasputin View Post
    Is cleaned twice a year, recently after the problem started, I cleaned it and installed a temp monitor tool. GPU is typically at 56°C, while HDDs are at 40°C. Only TearFree added yet. ;-)
    Hi
    Hmmm, well I have a systemd service that sets the power profile to low if the temperature starts increasing. But maybe the hardware is just showing the test of time?

    https://build.opensuse.org/package/s...-power_profile

    Code:
    zypper in https://download.opensuse.org/repositories/home:/malcolmlewis:/openSUSE_General/openSUSE_Tumbleweed/noarch/systemd-radeon-power_profile-0.1-2.6.noarch.rpm
    
    systemctl start radeon-power_profile.service
    systemctl status radeon-power_profile.service
    systemctl enable radeon-power_profile.service
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    The notebook has a 1920x1600 display, this is large, but also the reason, why I still use this machine and want to keep it. Do you think 56°C is high? Would your script already kick in here?
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    Default Re: ATI FirePro M7740 went unstable - any ideas?

    Quote Originally Posted by suse_rasputin View Post
    The notebook has a 1920x1600 display, this is large, but also the reason, why I still use this machine and want to keep it. Do you think 56°C is high? Would your script already kick in here?
    Hi
    Have a read of the article I based it on: http://tirdc.livejournal.com/28471.html

    Other forum users have reported the temperatures on the cards dropped... I would expect it to be down around the 45 Degree mark...
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    ... I downloaded the .rpm from your repo and extracted it. Just to learn somethink about systemd, I wanted to install it "by hand" without zypper.

    If I see this correctly, I can simply copy the three files to the respective directories in "/" and the start the service with the commands given in your post above, correct? :-)
    Kind regards

    raspu

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