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I would like to know if my temps are ok, of ASUS GTX560Ti with DirectCU II on it, idle is 44C load 82, system is 40C and room temp 25C. Ive googled temps and DCUII is told to be 30C no idea the room temp.

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How did you get the load temp, I mean which game/stress-test did you run?
My room temp is around 30/32c on avg (too hot in these parts of the globe)... cpu temp is close enough to boil water if I pour it on the air-cooler I got. But surprisingly enough for me, my MSI GTX560 TwinFROZR2 OC (I keep it at 950mhz core, 2200mhz mem)stays at 39c when idle and never saw it rise above 65c while gaming. Fan profile and voltage are both kept at default settings.
    
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How did you get the load temp, I mean which game/stress-test did you run?
My room temp is around 30/32c on avg (too hot in these parts of the globe)... cpu temp is close enough to boil water if I pour it on the air-cooler I got. But surprisingly enough for me, my MSI GTX560 TwinFROZR2 OC (I keep it at 950mhz core, 2200mhz mem)stays at 39c when idle and never saw it rise above 65c while gaming. Fan profile and voltage are both kept at default settings.
Furmark latest download, do you think the temps are bad? I do....
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Furmark latest download, do you think the temps are bad? I do....
Oh no, I didnt say the temp was bad. Besides furmark puts unnecessary stress on the gpu causing a huge increase in temperature. Try out the latest games like Bulletstorm or Witcher2 or even good ol' Crysis. Keep GpuZ running in the background to monitor temp. Note the maximum temp reached after a few hours of gameplay. I am sure it would stay below70c.
Do you have the stock version? Have you tried OCing it yet?
I was going to buy the Asus card, reason 1> I love Asus and reason 2> the DCU II card looks damn sexy. But then I remembered that I practically live in a furnace with humidity of 90%. So I went after the card with a better cooler. I like the DCU II equally well though.
    
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Oh no, I didnt say the temp was bad. Besides furmark puts unnecessary stress on the gpu causing a huge increase in temperature. Try out the latest games like Bulletstorm or Witcher2 or even good ol' Crysis. Keep GpuZ running in the background to monitor temp. Note the maximum temp reached after a few hours of gameplay. I am sure it would stay below70c.
Do you have the stock version? Have you tried OCing it yet?
I was going to buy the Asus card, reason 1> I love Asus and reason 2> the DCU II card looks damn sexy. But then I remembered that I practically live in a furnace with humidity of 90%. So I went after the card with a better cooler. I like the DCU II equally well though.
I didnt OC it yet, also one of its fans is making a grinding noise, i dont know it must be bad luck. I just RMA ed my MSI TFII because of the same damn fan failure. They must be using some cheap fans on these cards, or its me... 10 years a go i bought a new DVD rom and im not exagerating i got 11 other drives until I could find a good one, all new and only 3 were the same model and make.
Ill see how high the temp goes ingame.
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post #6 of 15
40 idle for the dcii version of 560ti is a little on the warm side, my old gtx 470 used idle at that temp...how's your airflow in your case? if it's decent i'd rma the card...the 560ti cards run pretty cool like the 460s, they should struggle to reach 35 with 25 ambient
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That's VERY hot for a Direct CU II. I have 3 GTX 580 Direct CU II and they don't ever load north of 65*C with fan speed in the 40% range.

Something's up.
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Well, best of luck with it. one lil advice, if the temps remain under control, try OCing this beast. It will reach 900-950MHz very easily (without touching the voltage). Even with your crappy luck it would reach 900mhz easily and it gives a pretty good boost. 4-6 fps gain (depending on the game) in todays gaming world makes a hell of a difference. This helps a lot in games like Bulletstorm or Witcher2 (both in full graphics).
    
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40 idle for the dcii version of 560ti is a little on the warm side, my old gtx 470 used idle at that temp...how's your airflow in your case? if it's decent i'd rma the card...the 560ti cards run pretty cool like the 460s, they should struggle to reach 35 with 25 ambient
The air flow is very good, cpu is upside down in a "wind tunnel" 1 GT fan sucking air from behind to 2 GT fans exhaust in front, and 1 top exhaust fan for the vga.


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Well, best of luck with it. one lil advice, if the temps remain under control, try OCing this beast. It will reach 900-950MHz very easily (without touching the voltage). Even with your crappy luck it would reach 900mhz easily and it gives a pretty good boost. 4-6 fps gain (depending on the game) in todays gaming world makes a hell of a difference. This helps a lot in games like Bulletstorm or Witcher2 (both in full graphics).
Will do, after the rma, I recently got the Witcher 2
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my 560Ti DCII is idle @ 32° but does reach 80° under furmark full load. If I have dual monitor setup it idles @ 44° and reaches the same load temp.

So if you are running two monitors your temps are perfectly normal
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