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Fresh MSI twin Frozr II GTX 580 overheating

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Hey guys,

Been building my Pc over the past few weeks and I finally got it. Love the Crucial M4.

Anyway thats not the point. I fired up Bf3 beta caspian border for the first time all awesome maxed graphics 50-100 fps, then I noticed it dropping 30-20 I was like hmm beta prolly isnt optimized then PC crash.

Restarted tried again I tabbed out and read 97C and up. So the 30-20 FPS was downtrottling. Also 45C in idle. My gtx 280 was doing better with 3 years of dust in it.

What do you guys think bad GTX 580 or try none beta drivers ?
post #2 of 22
Did you try manually adjusting the fan speed? Put it at like 60% and see what the temps are like.
post #3 of 22
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Well forgot to add, it said they were at 4000 rpm pretty much sounds like 100%.

Going to install the official Nvidia drivers that are on the website atm and try again.
post #4 of 22
Do you use afterburner? Have you tried redoing the TIM?
     
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Its the GPU and no I picked it out the box and put it inside.
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Restarted tried again I tabbed out and read 97C and up. So the 30-20 FPS was downtrottling. Also 45C in idle. My gtx 280 was doing better with 3 years of dust in it.
Any of the fan blades broken? Even with the fans at ~50%, you should not see temperatures anywhere near 97C.
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Its the GPU and no I picked it out the box and put it inside.
You should really download MSI afterburner and set a custom fan speed.
     
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You should really download MSI afterburner and set a custom fan speed.
He should, but even on the default fan profile the card shouldn't be getting that hot at stock settings.

You might have a busted fan, or the heatsink could be seated improperly. I'd reseat it and replace the TIM.
post #9 of 22
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Update:

Tried older drivers, started the game and was watching the temp rise to 90 in 1 min time.
Fans went up to 4000 rpm.

Even at idle its up to 50-60 sometimes, dont tell me thats normal for a Twin Frozr II
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You should really download MSI afterburner and set a custom fan speed.

Ill give it a shot.
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