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GTX 570 + CM 690ii advanced

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Hey all

I just upgraded to an Asus GTX570. Weird thing is now that when my front 140mm Coolermaster fan is turned on, you can litteraly hear the wind fighting.

I did not have this with my previous GPU. I don't know how the asus GTX570 airflow is working with the 2 fans. There's nothing wrong with the front fan, it works fine.

When I turn the front fan off with my fan controller, the wind fighting noise (lol) dissapears. I'm using the standard Fan configuration that the coolermaster 690 II advanced came with. I only switched the front fan rotation once, I don't know if this does matter in any way?

If someone could tell me how I can still have a decent air intake in my case without having the GPU fighting with my case's airflow, that'd be great :x

Thanks!
post #2 of 9
can you put the 570 in a diffrent slot?
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lol how is it making fighting noises?
    
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Hmm, after all I guess I was wrong, can't seem to hear these sounds anymore, it was like just two wind sources crashing into eachother making windy noises lol, very hard to explain. It's gone now though.

Only thing that annoys me with this new GPU is that it's making a lot of vibration noises, when it does that and I put my finger on the directcu II casing it stops... Is this normal? The card is tight secured with three screws, don't know why it's making this vibration noise, it's really annoying though, anyone else having this problem with the asus GTX570? It occurs like every five minutes and then dissapears again.
post #5 of 9
its just virbration see if you can hold it inplace with a zip tie or a stand?
post #6 of 9
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Ok. How exactly should i install the zip tie? I dont want the airflow to get messed up nor i want to damage my gpu.

I found this vga holder that came with my case. Problem is ive no idea how to install it. The manual aint helping either...

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edit: try using some ziptie, no succes, the thing keeps making this rattling, irritating, high pitching noise. I'm thinking of getting some noise absorbing things like this:
http://www.4launch.nl/shop/product/0...uction/beslist
will this help a lot? And will it make my case run warmer or not?

one more last question: what's better, tighten the screws to the max or not in order to reduce fan vibration?
Edited by FlameDB - 6/15/11 at 1:58am
post #7 of 9
tighten them to the max and try and install the vga holder i dont have this case so i dont know how it works but that should fix all your prblems
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Everythings tighten to the max no luck though. Im always unlucky.. Really no idea how the hell the vga holder works if anyone could help on this one? Thatd be great!


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Everythings tighten to the max no luck though. Im always unlucky.. Really no idea how the hell the vga holder works if anyone could help on this one? Thatd be great!


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There are two slots on the back of case and screw holes on the holder.
Place the holder over the gfx card then align holes with slots and insert screws and tighten. see pics.

And watch these vids http://www.coolermaster-usa.com/prod...roduct_id=2970

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