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Or if your a silence nut like myself and want a cooler that is dead silent in both idle and load. And most of the time reference cooling like on the GTX560 ti is fine for idle but once you start gaming it can become very loud, this is where an after market cooler like the twin turbo 2 would work very nicely :-) That is what I plan on putting on my 560 when it gets released next week....
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Yeah even the WindForce on the super over clocked version gets bloody loud!!
Problem is people are saying here the aftermarket's may not fit on the SOC versions

Edit: My card gets up to 90*c.... is that way too freakin hot!?

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Yeah even the WindForce on the super over clocked version gets bloody loud!!
Problem is people are saying here the aftermarket's may not fit on the SOC versions

Edit: My card gets up to 90*c.... is that way too freakin hot!?

I did a brief survey of the thermal numbers of the Gigabyte GTX560 Ti SOC:-
-Guru3d: 29C (idle), 60C (with actual gaming)
-Tweaktown: 28C (idle), 63C (with 3DMark Vantage)
-Legionhardware: 31C (idle), 76C (Furmark)
-Hexus: 32C (idle), 66C (actual gaming), 87C (Furmark)
-Techspot: 31C (idle), 76C (?)

Summary of temp range: 28-32C (idle), 60-70C (actual gaming), 76-87C (Furmark)

If your 90C comes under Furmark, then I would say it is normal.

If this temp comes during actual gaming, then I suspect something is not right. The prime suspect should be your case airflow. IMHO, the Antec P183 is known more for its acoustics and less for high airflow. Additionally, I do not think it is capable of managing the card's hot exhaust well. Hot air recirculation might be happening.

So, assuming no abnormal high ambient temp and no dust-clogged heatsink, the next place to improve is the case airflow. If this matter is not sorted out, getting an aftermarket cooler like Gelid Icy will not help much. And frankly, perhaps spending the $70 as part of an upgrade to a better air cooling case is preferred.
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Ambient temps aren't the coolest... but no the temps were running Unigine. Sorry should have specified.

Games are OK. I'm actually looking at a new case ... was thinking the Corsair 650D... what's thoughts on that?

Thanks for doing that bit of research too windfire... champ
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REV.2 ICY will fit Gigabyte GTX560 Ti SOC, I had tested the fitting of icy on this card long time ago.
The stock cooler for this card is better than the reference cooler and some others VGA brands already. So, if you are not going to burn furmark everyday or the gaming temperature is over 80C, then you should keep to use it and wait until next generation of NV card.

I didn't tested GTX560TI with icy at furmark before, but I'm using GTX460 with icy and furmark temp is about 47C in CM690 case.But the cons of icy is 3 slots design.
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