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so playing bfbc2 im getting 74c and up temps man





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Overclocked? What's your GPU usage? Stock or custom fan profile?

That's not really high if, as it looks, you aren't blowing air on it.
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70c doesn't sound that bad if it's at full load and warm where you have the tower.
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Well within acceptable ranges, no problem here.
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I wish that's all I had. Mine can go up to ~85C in Crysis on stock frequencies/voltage, and this is with one of the lowest clocked ones you can get. It's also got two fans blowing on it.
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Which version of Asus GTX560Ti DirectCU that you have? The 'TOP' edition with a higher clock (900MHz) or the 'regular' edition with 830MHz?

I suppose you have not overclocked the card yourself, have you?

I did a quick net survey and note that Asus GTX560 Ti can have load temp from 62C to 75C, depending on card's clocking + ambient temp + case + software used.

As the DirectCU cooling dumps heat inside the case, if this is not managed well, it could have a negative impact. Further noting that your CPU cooler is a stock one (ie downward blowing type), one thing that you should look into is the airflow of your Corsair 600T. Make sure both the CPU and GPU have clear and distinct paths of intake and exhaust air.
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I wish that's all I had. Mine can go up to ~85C in Crysis on stock frequencies/voltage, and this is with one of the lowest clocked ones you can get. It's also got two fans blowing on it.

Wow, I've never seen mine go past 59c, even at full load. And I know I have significantly worse case airflow than most people do.

The 2 case fans you have blowing on it aren't blowing against the card fans are they ?
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That's not a serious heating issue by any stretch of the imagination. My old 5850 was hitting 90C playing Portal 1. That was cause for alarm, but as long as your card stays under 80-85C under load it should be fine.

With that said, if it's a departure from the norm and your card used to run significantly cooler, say something. Could be your heatsink coming loose, fans becoming faulty, rising ambients, etc. But just looking at their temps, they're fine. I have OK airflow in my case and my Hawk reaches 76C under full load with a minor OC (1004/2008) and voltage boost (up to 1.1v). 74C is nothing to be worried about.
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post #9 of 19
I have had the EVGA ref card and the MSI cards. 1st, 74 is not bad, the EVGA runs much warmer, in the mid 80's. The MSI does run cool though. 74 wont hurt anything.
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post #10 of 19
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Originally Posted by Ascii Aficionado View Post
Wow, I've never seen mine go past 59c, even at full load. And I know I have significantly worse case airflow than most people do.

The 2 case fans you have blowing on it aren't blowing against the card fans are they ?
What do you mean by "against the card fan"?

Here's my airflow.



Two intake fans are at the front, and three are on the side, with two of them blowing right in at the card. There's also the opening at the bottom.

The video card exhausts some air out the back, but not all of it. However, I'm not sure it's a case cooling issue. My previous GeForce 8800GT had similar style cooling/airflow setup...



...and temperatures didn't change much, if any, when I tried reversing the direction of one the fans with the old video card in, so I'm not sure it's case airflow, but I could be wrong. At idle, it's fine, lower than the old video card even. Under load, it's the opposite, ~85C in Crysis. My CPU, on the other hand, probably roughly around only ~45C plus or minus. The thing is, it's not even fully hot/Summer here yet either.

I see threads like this here and there, and I think even some of the newer Fermi's just live up to the name of running hotter like the older ones. Either that, or mine (and a few others) are just "bad". That you claim to have lesser airflow yet with good temperatures just further tells me this. Some of them just seem to run hot.
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