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570 cooling. Will these fit?

post #1 of 37
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I'm getting two of these on sli
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16814130687
For this motherboard
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16813131759

It looks like it's going to be tight fit already. I'm really concerned about the temperature and went to keep it as low as it can go.

For example, will these fit on both when on sli?
http://www.arctic.ac/en/p/cooling/vg...ii.html?c=2182

Yes, no? Have better recommendations? What do you suggest? ... etc etc etc
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post #2 of 37
That cooler wont fit when you have those 2 in SLI, the cooler you picked is a 3 slot cooler, and there are only 2 slots between the PCI-E slots on the mobo
post #3 of 37
The Arctic Cooling Accelero Xtreme Plus will not work because when it is installed on a graphics card, the whole package becomes a 3-slot card.
As the two (red) PCIE x16 slots of your chosen motherboard is only separated by just 1 slot, this means you have to use 2-slot cards.

To get the best cooling for 2 EVGA GTX570 2.56GB cards installed without any empty slot in between them, the best method is to choose a chassis wisely.
As the 2 cards will exhaust heat from both the front and from the rear, this means the only logical direction to supply fresh ambient air (especially to the top card) is from the side. Therefore, you ought to choose a case whose side panel that allows fans to be installed, for the important purpose to blow air (especially into the gap between the 2 cards).

A related thermal issue is the hot exhaust dumped inside the case. The heat should not be recirculated either by the graphics cards or by the CPU cooler.

To handle the two issues above, I propose Cooler Master HAF 932 whose side panel supports up to four 120mm fans and the top supports three 120mm fans.
Edited by windfire - 8/4/11 at 5:33am
post #4 of 37
custom water loop time I think mate.
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post #5 of 37
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What about the nzxt vulcan? It allows for a huge fan to be set on the side. Is that going to be good enough?
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post #6 of 37
with the AXP II cooler, the case does not matter when the layout of the motherboard does not physically fit it
post #7 of 37
The cooler on the 570HD is not up to the task of cooling the 570, it was designed for the 560ti. The 570HD also will not accept any aftermarket coolers that I'm aware of, those two facts combined with the fact that you are likely overpaying because you don't need 2.5Gb of VRAM say that you ought to avoid the 570HD at all costs. You can find a reference 580 with the better cooler that exhausts hot air outside the case (ideal if you're going to be forced to run them right next to each other) that is a faster card for about $430 each. What resolution are you running or planning to run because I'd imagine you don't need more than 1.5Gb.
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post #8 of 37
Actually, the GTX570 HD is very quiet when you set the fan speed to 30%. On my desktop it sits at about 45 degrees at that percentage. I then put it to auto when gaming and it gets to about 50% while playing BC2 for a few hours, not dead quiet but much much quieter than the stock GTX570 reference boards and fans. It loads at about 65-70 which is really nothing...
post #9 of 37
You can do what I did and get a silver arrow for top card and the accelero for the bottom.
See here:
http://www.overclock.net/14375831-post13.html
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post #10 of 37
What about the thermalright shaman will that work?
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