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iZZ I do that whenever I run a graphics intensive program and the temps average around 80-90 but the middle card like I said goes to 90-95. Never hit 100 yet
If that's the case than you're pretty much SOL unless you're going to pony up the money for watercooling. TIM replacement is only good for a few degrees at best, sometimes it even makes things worse.

Have you tried running with the case side panel off?
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Thanks for all the advice guys... The case cover is off... I think the main problem is the motherboard setup... maybe I should consider another mobo?
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Thanks for all the advice guys... The case cover is off... I think the main problem is the motherboard setup... maybe I should consider another mobo?
Most motherboards are going to be very tight for triple SLI...your best solution is to go with watercooling if you are concerned about the tempature
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Check your cards' VIDs. (The card's stock voltage. Can be checked using MSI afterburner or GPU-Z)
Put the one with the lowest VID in the middle.
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