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Originally Posted by Lord Xeb View Post
I know your temps went up but your getting heat out of your case.

Also do you have any fans blowing on your cards?
Nope, no fans. Just two GPUs, top one blowing down on the bottom one.. Which is probably the reasoning behind GPU 2 always being warmer, I'd assume?
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Thank you, now I know!

Question, should I leave the fan options to increase/decrease depending on GPU temperature, or should I set them both to a certain fan speed.

I don't care about noise. I sleep with my pump really loud anyway. Plus I won't be able to hear anything over the air conditioner I'm putting in soon.
The stock H70 fans are fairly loud at max rpm. If you can live with the noise, setting them to run at 11v or 12v will give you better temps.
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The stock H70 fans are fairly loud at max rpm. If you can live with the noise, setting them to run at 11v or 12v will give you better temps.
How would I go by doing that? I really appreciate your help!

I'm pretty sure I have all fan controlling options disabled in the BIOS.

Also, not sure if this is limiting my pumps power, but I have the fans plugged into those two black sleeved cables they give you, and then those go into the motherboard.
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How would I go by doing that? I really appreciate your help!

I'm pretty sure I have all fan controlling options disabled in the BIOS.

Also, not sure if this is limiting my pumps power, but I have the fans plugged into those two black sleeved cables they give you, and then those go into the motherboard.
That just slows your fan speed down
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That just slows your fan speed down
...Really?!

GAH!
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yeah it offers resistance and lowers the voltage.

Also having a side panel fan helps a bunch. I noticed with mine off my GPU temps are usualy 5-10c hotter than they usualy are with it on.
 
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How would I go by doing that? I really appreciate your help!

I'm pretty sure I have all fan controlling options disabled in the BIOS.

Also, not sure if this is limiting my pumps power, but I have the fans plugged into those two black sleeved cables they give you, and then those go into the motherboard.


If you plug in the fans into the Y-adapter on the far right, you are at max speed (2000 rpm). The two straight adapters on the left and center are the voltage reducing ones that slow the fans down a bit (1600 rpm).

If you want to speed up your fans to max speed, don't use the two straight adapters. Also make sure the pump is plugged into a fan header that is not throttled by the motherboard.
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yeah it offers resistance and lowers the voltage.
This, and resistance = more heat.
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Here is what SpeedFan reads.

SysFan: 1614
CPUFan: 1412
Aux Fan1: 1291

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If you plug in the fans into the Y-adapter on the far right, you are at max speed (2000 rpm). The two straight adapters on the left and center are the voltage reducing ones that slow the fans down a bit (1600 rpm).

If you want to speed up your fans to max speed, don't use the two straight adapters. Also make sure the pump is plugged into a fan header that is not throttled by the motherboard.
Okay, thanks for the information again man. I've done a lot of moving this case in the past hour, I'm going to take a little break and maybe go ahead and take care of that later.
Edited by pjBSOD - 4/29/11 at 10:23am
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I know your temps went up but your getting heat out of your case.

Also do you have any fans blowing on your cards?

You could always do what I did. I made a shroud that goes up against the side of my case and forces the CPU fan to pull air in from the side panel fan hole. The bottom sidepanel fan blows air onto my card and the 2 top suck it out.

Off topic request to Lord xeb, pm me reference to this shroud you talk of, i'm intrigued into another modding phase of this year. Hit me up a pm and i'm game/interested.

On topic, awesome work so far on fast help, +rep to all who helped (when I have a chance to mass click properly) and also + awesome to OP for working with advice.

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