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Go into afterburner and click on settings, then from there go to a page that should say something like fan profile or user defined fan control and set the dots to be at intersecting points on the graph. Such as 85C - 85% fan. And make sure the graph shows the increase to be linear and not jagged. Also when clicking done or cancel or whatever make sure the "User Define" button is lit up next to the fan speed slider.

If you need more fan speed than say 70-75% with stock clocks then I would return that thing.

With a reference cooler on my old 570 it never ramped over 65 with the fan profile I just explained. Same goes for the 580 I have now.

Also don't be afraid of the stock fans because everyone complained about how loud the 470/480s were. The stock fans on the 500 series blower cards have been much improved and are light years quieter than the fan that was on my 6870. That thing almost made my ears bleed while playing Metro 2033. Hell my 570 just laughed at that game. Barely broke a sweat.
Edited by blackbalt89 - 5/29/11 at 10:27pm
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Is it really overheating:

What exactly happens when you play RIFT and the problems occur?
Does the problem happen in any other game or benchmark besides RIFT?

To confirm if it really is overheating you're just going to have to leave everything at stock and get your GPU temperatures up to the 87C or so that you said it was shutting down at. Lets be safe and not use furmark with ocp off yet. Just get the heaven benchmark:

http://unigine.com/download/

Run the bench with the highest settings possible (you're trying to max your GPU usage and get those temps up). High shaders, extreme tesselation, 16x AF, 8x AA. You can leave it in windowed mode if you can't monitor temps any other way besides watching afterburner. Let the temps build up, loop the program several times if you have to. If the same issue occurs at those temps you mentioned, its probably a heat issue. If not, its something else.

Remember every card is different and can take different settings. The next EVGA GTX 570SC HD might be running the same clocks as yours but with a lower voltage or higher voltage and different idle and load temps as well. As for my vanilla 570 I hit about 70C in heaven, although its on SLI and the non-display card.
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alright, i returned the card and picked up the vanilla 570. im in the middle of downloading the last few things missing from my computer before i am back up and running, so we should see if the problem was fixed. i've been reading a thread concerning rift and the same card so i will see if i can do the same thing as the OP in that post (http://www.overclock.net/nvidia/1029...0-problem.html).

i might get flamed for this, but while im sorting things out i will ask: is there a quick and easy guide for either msi afterburner or the evga precision program where i can set up a profile to increase vga fan speed based on that card temp?
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