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The best bet would be exchanging for one with an aftermarket cooler such as the DCII or MSI TFIII, and those aren't more expensive than the reference model. But failing that yes I would still expect the reference blower cooler to be a small step up in cooling performance for you.
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Running latest furmark 1.9.0 or something with OCP disabled (check /gtx500ocp) will bring you to your temperature ceilings real quick.

Which would also be an excellent way to kill his card almost immediately with the just a reference 570 PCB and the ambients he is running.
Edited by juano - 5/29/11 at 8:49pm
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I've found that for the past 3 gens or so of GPUs, especially factory OC cards, if you don't use manually set (or better yet auto-scaled fan speed based on temp) the built-in fan scaling of high-end cards will allow way too much heat, and the cards crash.

Use MSI afterburner, and set the fan to automatic fan control, then double click the stepped temp/speed graph to make it a curve.

You'll never overheat again, and it will stay quiet when not under load.
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post #23 of 33
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i got the video card at microcenter, so if i returned it i wouldnt be able to get that asus or msi version.

I was looking into possibly getting the arctic cooling accelero cooler
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...-043-_-Product

thoughts?

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Use MSI afterburner, and set the fan to automatic fan control, then double click the stepped temp/speed graph to make it a curve.
i'll definitely look into that, that might fix a lot of problems
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post #24 of 33
The AXP will certainly handle your temperatures problems and will do so quietly at that but you will want to check compatibility with the 570HD which uses a different PCB than the regular 570 so it may not be compatible, just yet another reason why I dislike the HD. Let me look and see if the AXP is compatible for you.

EDIT: As for compatibility I'm gonna go with a no. I did find somebody who was able to hack the crap out of both the AXP and the stock cooler to get it in place but I would not recommend this. I would just try and exchange the stupid HD for a regular 570, that could accept a AXP if you are unhappy with it's temps.
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ya i was thinking of returning it to pick up a vanilla so it would be a standard pcb
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The best bet would be exchanging for one with an aftermarket cooler such as the DCII or MSI TFIII, and those aren't more expensive than the reference model. But failing that yes I would still expect the reference blower cooler to be a small step up in cooling performance for you.



Which would also be an excellent way to kill his card almost immediately with the just a reference 570 PCB and the ambients he is running.
Highly unlikely considering hes running it with factory OC settings which probably have the voltage at or below 1.000v. I've done it plenty on my evga 570, of course I'm not saying to run furmark for hours like he suggested. A few minutes with furmark ocp off will hit the temp ceiling. Also if you've read the killed 570 thread you're really only at risk with OCP off around 1.1v and at 900core+.

It isn't the GPU diode temps that are killing the 570s its the VRMs frying, yes from temps, but at higher voltages than EVGA factory superclocked.

But still be safe though and don't do it if you are set on returning it. The card gets too hot anyways no need to check the temps if you already know that's why they are shutting it down.
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Highly unlikely considering hes running it with factory OC settings which probably have the voltage at or below 1.000v. I've done it plenty on my evga 570, of course I'm not saying to run furmark for hours like he suggested. A few minutes with furmark ocp off will hit the temp ceiling. Also if you've read the killed 570 thread you're really only at risk with OCP off around 1.1v and at 900core+.
Well it's certainly possible that you're more experienced than me with regards to what kills 570s, but I was just saying what I did because if he is already overheating then it doesn't seem to me like knowing exactly how much he is overheating would be worth the risk no matter how small it is. Just doesn't seem like information that is worth taking the chance over (however small it may be) seeing as we already know that his temps are a problem.

Also what I mentioned about his ambients, and the severity of my warning about killing his card was due to my mistake of thinking this was a different thread. I'm also following another overheating thread with a guy in Egypt with no AC who has ambients of 35C so that's why I was so adamant against your suggestion. My mistake, carry on.
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post #28 of 33
According to Nvidia the max temps for the 570 is 97c. So I'm kinda shocked its overheating/crashing at 86c.

I have an Evga 570 HD Superclocked and its running between 86c - 88c and I've had no overheating/crashing issues.. My ambient temps are 26-27c too.
Edited by konoii - 5/29/11 at 9:55pm
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i can copy/paste my gpu info, but im telling you that its all stock from when i opened it up from the box.

i don't have any other explanation to what else it could be, it's locked up on my 3 times today.
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post #30 of 33
Well the way you can test to see if it's overheating has already been suggested a few times, make a custom fan profile in AB that ramps up the fan more aggressively so the card doesn't reach those temperatures. If you do not get any crashing with the custom fan profile you can either live with the noise, or exchange it for a regular 570 (which is what I would do) and then if you would want to you could put an AXP on that.
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