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Hey everyone. So this problem has arisen at random(seemingly) where my 2 560 ti twin frozr IIs (no OC past factory) have started to idle at:

41C - top card
39C - bottom card

This is ridiculous considering they WERE idling at 28 and 26, respectively, due to my very low ambient temps. These new temps have persisted for the past few days when I haven't really changed anything. The load temps are still acceptable and the delta between idle and load is actually quite small. (no more than 10C, so load at around 52C max)

How can I normalize these?...
Edited by IpWnJoO - 10/11/11 at 9:23pm
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Load @ 52c on sli and you're worried? My top card hits up to 70c folding or bf3 with a 140mm aimed on them.
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Do you have 2 monitors?
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Originally Posted by infodump;15262326 
Load @ 52c on sli and you're worried? My top card hits up to 70c folding or bf3 with a 140mm aimed on them.

It's the change that has me worried because I don't know what prompted it...

My ambient temp ranges between 17-19C so something is amiss here.
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Do you have 2 monitors?

No I do not.
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Well this may help you, http://www.overclock.net/nvidia/964370-fix-info-dual-monitor-downclocking-fix.html

I have two monitors and it let me drop to lower clocks at idle and my temps dropped 14C. It may work for you with 1 monitor.
post #7 of 25
Keep an eye out for any small fires on your bottom card.

In all seriousness though, maybe look for a fan that stopped working? (case fan) that they maybe aren't getting good airflow over them? Did you switch fan profiles on the card(s)?
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post #8 of 25
You state that you really haven't changed anything. But did you move fans around? Reseat them? Think about what you changed and try to reverse it to see what happens. IMO it might be bad air flow into the case, try checking the fans and manage wires (if its sloppy).
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Originally Posted by itzkin;15262794 
You state that you really haven't changed anything. But did you move fans around? Reseat them? Think about what you changed and try to reverse it to see what happens. IMO it might be bad air flow into the case, try checking the fans and manage wires (if its sloppy).

I have literally changed nothing. I check the temps at boot up every morning and noticed this difference.
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post #10 of 25
Did you run nVidia Inspector? It should fix teh issue by running the default clocks.
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