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EVGA Doubleshot, a newly-RMA'd one. Stock voltage @ 0.987, worse than the old card @ 0.975 but oh well.

Passed heaven+no artifacts for an hour @ 900/1800/2097 1.050V fan at 100%, but the temps kinda worries me. Consistently at 82C with fan at 100%.

Any suggestions? Seems like almost everyone here goes for MSI TFIII or ASUS DCII instead.
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82c is cool enough
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Originally Posted by iZZ;14497689 
82c is cool enough
I wish I could get it around mid 70s or high 60s, considering that it has two fans and I haven't max out the voltage yet either.
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You can always reapply TIM
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Originally Posted by iZZ;14497888 
You can always reapply TIM
And join the club in your sig? lol

Unless EVGA warranty still cover that, I doubt I will try that. Also, based on my research, doesn't EVGA already apply shin etsu on the die during the assembly?
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82c is little toasty, but nothing to worry about. As iZZ said, you can always take apart the heatsink and reapply the TIM. Use shin-etsu or arctic silver ceramique because they don't conduct. AS5 is not recommended because it is capacitive.
    
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Originally Posted by daydream99;14497942 
82c is little toasty, but nothing to worry about. As iZZ said, you can always take apart the heatsink and reapply the TIM. Use shin-etsu or arctic silver ceramique because they don't conduct. AS5 is not recommended because it is capacitive.
Guess I'll try that later then. I'll feel a whole lot better if it can run at 70s temp at those clocks.

As for shin etsu, bb gun size then squeeze the heatsink back on top, right? I followed some technique for applying it on my cpu, and it almost committed suicide in IBT when temp jumped straight to 90s within 10 seconds after I started the test eek.gif
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for one card?
not good but not bad
also the DS dumps heat into your case
it's not a question shin etsu is on there or not, the question is how well it's applied
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Duplicated;14498003 
Guess I'll try that later then. I'll feel a whole lot better if it can run at 70s temp at those clocks.

As for shin etsu, bb gun size then squeeze the heatsink back on top, right? I followed some technique for applying it on my cpu, and it almost committed suicide in IBT when temp jumped straight to 90s within 10 seconds after I started the test eek.gif

Shin etsu is a little different, its less viscous. Apply some in the center, then use a credit card to smooth it out. DON'T let the heatsink spread it out.
    
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for one card?
not good but not bad
also the DS dumps heat into your case
it's not a question shin etsu is on there or not, the question is how well it's applied
I thought the two fans suck in cool air from inside the case and blow it through the small opening where all the display ports are.
Quote:
Originally Posted by daydream99;14498089 
Shin etsu is a little different, its less viscous. Apply some in the center, then use a credit card to smooth it out. DON'T let the heatsink spread it out.
I tried smooth it out on my cpu with a plastic bag on my finger, really thin. The result is the scenario you have read in my previous reply. Another reason why I'm being skeptical about manually smooth it out vs let the heatsink squeeze it.

Btw, are we talking about the x23-7783d or the older version of it?
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