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Hey guys. I'm using my Sig rig right now and have been having some quirky issues lately.

I have gone through two 6950s that worked for a while then start glitching a bit and finally drop signal after a week or so worth of use.

While fiddling around swapping cards and testing I noticed that my case was really hot when I touched it to open the side. I had recently had the computer apart and thought maybe I didn't sit my H70 well but is seemed to be running fine and keeping the CPU temps alright. Yesterday I was pulling a card out and my hand touched the area circled in this picture:

http://img.photobucket.com/albums/v2...X/gigabyte.jpg

I noticed that it was pretty darn hot. I could only touch it for a few seconds before I had to pull my hand away. I don't recall noticing this before nor do I ever remember my case being as hot as it was that day so I'm wondering if this is normal or if there's something I can track the temps with and what would be standard for them?
    
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Those parts should by right be very hot. Although I don't understand how it could affect the temperature of your case. No matter how hot those parts may get, they shouldn't affect the temperature of your case.
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Hmm case temp wise I was just going off by touching it. It may have been the video card but I was just wanting to check and see if those pieces being hot is right. I've had two of these cards come in and end up being defective so I wasn't sure if this is something to do with my system being screwed up or the video cards actually being the problem.
    
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Have you checked BIOS temp readouts showing CPU and board temps? They shouldn't be crazy high under the semi-load condition the BIOS imposes when you're in that hardware diagnostics screen.

It sounds like the heat of your mobo is killing your video cards so you should get that sorted ASAP.
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Hmm, I'm at work right now but I'll check bios temps when I get home.

I was worried that it might be something of mine killing the cards but I wasn't sure. I never noticed this much heat coming off those parts before I put the computer back together. I have been running the system for well over a year now and the first card died while everything was running normal then I was going to upgrade to a 2600k system but decided not to so I put my i7 back together and since then it seems it's running hot.
    
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Never hurts to replace the stock TIM under the mobo heatsinks, & maybe get some air moving over the northbridge, should help temps.
    
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