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Originally Posted by Roweyi7;13682000 
84c is hot, but not hot enough to knock itself out. Whats your load with fan@100%?

are you asking for the temp and gpu% at full fan speed?
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Originally Posted by ebbenson3;13682041 
ambient temps are 23C

Thats about normal i guess. I would say clean it for dust, but i guess its brand new being a 570 n'all

EDIT: Yes what is the max temperature it reaches with the fan at 100% at full load, run something like furmark for 10 mins
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My old 285 ran @ 92 deg all the time and 480 @ 85 befor water cooled , my old 9800gtx was 90 degs and 8800gt was 99 deg. Need to run msi afterburner and load up a game and look @ max temp of card, so we know.
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Originally Posted by i7Stealth1366;13681966 
I would say yes it is over heating, what are your ambient temps? Also if I were you Id use EVGA's overclocking utility due to the fact that Afterburner is mainly for ATI.

Afterburner works fine for Nvidia and is probably the best thing for him to use, you know MSI makes Nvidia cards too right?

OP I would first of all set up a custom fan profile in AB and then just keep an eye on things as you use it and see if any other issues present themselves, but if it's just overheating then a custom fan profile should take care of it.
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Originally Posted by i7Stealth1366;13681966 
I would say yes it is over heating, what are your ambient temps? Also if I were you Id use EVGA's overclocking utility due to the fact that Afterburner is mainly for ATI.

That's the first time I've heard this. What does afterburner not support on Nvidia cards? What's the downside to using afterburner on Nvidia, as I have been doing it all my life from 8800GTs to GTX 570s. Basically, I'd like to see some proof of that statement.

Also to the OP 86C is pretty hot for a 570, but Ive been up there before on a EVGA 460 and no shutdown from temps. Although those are the type of temps I'd expect to see running furmark or something, not just from gaming. If you deem the issue to be overheating, you may want to work on your case airflow or downclock the card.

The other solution is to just create yourself a fan profile in afterburner that ramps the fan up based on temperature. Or if you don't mind the extra noise from the fan speed just set the settings to constant 60-70% fan speed.
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Originally Posted by juano;13682060 
Afterburner works fine for Nvidia and is probably the best thing for him to use, you know MSI makes Nvidia cards too right?

OP I would first of all set up a custom fan profile in AB and then just keep an eye on things as you use it and see if any other issues present themselves, but if it's just overheating then a custom fan profile should take care of it.

Yes, I do know this however if you have a EVGA card I would use the EVGA software. Not going to hurt performance or anything. I heard the fan on the 570HD is not a good as the stock fan.. is this true? I heard its like smaller or something...
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im going to run the OC scanner for an hour and see what kind of numbers i see. someone told me to make sure i scan for artifacts and enable heavy draw mode on the power draw control to make a high gpu usage, any recommendations?

im curious why the fan isnt working as it should, by that i mean scaling with the temperature of the card.

as for the airflow in the case, it cant get much better than what i have already.

can anyone confirm that the stock video cards are better than the HD superclocked?
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Yes in my opinion the reference blower design on the 570 and 580 is superior to the cooler you have on the 570HD, which is just the 560ti cooler.
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post #19 of 33
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i wonder if im better off returning this card for a vanilla 570 =\
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Quote:
Originally Posted by ebbenson3;13682283 
im going to run the OC scanner for an hour and see what kind of numbers i see. someone told me to make sure i scan for artifacts and enable heavy draw mode on the power draw control to make a high gpu usage, any recommendations?

im curious why the fan isnt working as it should, by that i mean scaling with the temperature of the card.

as for the airflow in the case, it cant get much better than what i have already.

can anyone confirm that the stock video cards are better than the HD superclocked?


Running latest furmark 1.9.0 or something with OCP disabled (check /gtx500ocp) will bring you to your temperature ceilings real quick.

Edit: I have a vanilla 570, albeit in SLI as the second card (non-display), and really beastly airflow in my case temps on that card never really above 70C regardless of what I'm doing, usually around 50-60C in gaming. I always run the fan at around 60+% though.
Edited by h2beez - 5/29/11 at 8:46pm
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