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How does that look? Will this work when I start windows or will I have to keep clicking user defined twice? because I really think I will forget and have my fans not running high and overheat again.
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I have it set up like this and it never failed to load the profile yet. You can also set it to show your GPU temp in overlay so you can actually see how hot your gpu is getting + you can monitor FPS at the same time too biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Grobinov;15408455 
I have it set up like this and it never failed to load the profile yet. You can also set it to show your GPU temp in overlay so you can actually see how hot your gpu is getting + you can monitor FPS at the same time too biggrin.gif

I tried that overlay and it never worked. BTW you think I did much damage when my card overheated and shut down my computer when the fans were on low speeds?
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I tried that overlay and it never worked. BTW you think I did much damage when my card overheated and shut down my computer when the fans were on low speeds?

Doubt there was any real damage done (thats why the failsafe is there for) but I still wouldn't reccomend doing that regularly biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Grobinov;15408538 
Doubt there was any real damage done (thats why the failsafe is there for) but I still wouldn't reccomend doing that regularly biggrin.gif

Ya, it only happened once. Well I'm going to restart my comp and open SC2 and see if this fan profile actually works now.

See like *** it doesnt work unless MSI afterburner is open... I dont get it. This is so BS
Edited by hahysera - 10/22/11 at 10:01am
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Well I'm worried now. I made a fan profile on MSI afterburner one day, started playing BF3 and I didn't realize the fan profile didn't work and my video card over heated and shut down my comp. Now I'm really scared that it wont work and I may forget and have it happen again...

I hope I didn't really damage it by overheating it once like that...

Does MSI afterburner have to be on for the profile to work? I had it set so it uses the profile when windows boots up.

Believe me when I say this, you have not damaged your card. I doubt you could damage it if you tried. I've seen computers running 5-year-old cards at a hundred degrees Celsius and for a long time to boot, numerous times, and it hasn't damaged them. Your components are not as fragile as you might think. Not -nearly- as fragile.
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Believe me when I say this, you have not damaged your card. I doubt you could damage it if you tried. I've seen computers running 5-year-old cards at a hundred degrees Celsius and for a long time to boot, numerous times, and it hasn't damaged them. Your components are not as fragile as you might think. Not -nearly- as fragile.

Alright cool. So what I'm going to have to end up doing I guess is I made the fan profile and I enabled in options to have MSI afterburner open and stay minimized on startup of windows. Because it seems I need to have it running for the fan profile to work. If I set it to 85% though and close it, it will stay at 85% forever. Even if I restart and whatever. But anyways that should be alright to have it open in the background. I'm just a very minimalist person I like the least amount of things open at once rofl.

I just have 1 more quick question maybe you guys could answer. I posted in the dead GTX 570 thread about the VRM leaks. I looked at my card on the back and I couldnt see any leaks. I'm not exactly sure where the VRMs are. Are they on the back?
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Originally Posted by hahysera;15408695 
Alright cool. So what I'm going to have to end up doing I guess is I made the fan profile and I enabled in options to have MSI afterburner open and stay minimized on startup of windows. Because it seems I need to have it running for the fan profile to work. If I set it to 85% though and close it, it will stay at 85% forever. Even if I restart and whatever. But anyways that should be alright to have it open in the background. I'm just a very minimalist person I like the least amount of things open at once rofl.

I just have 1 more quick question maybe you guys could answer. I posted in the dead GTX 570 thread about the VRM leaks. I looked at my card on the back and I couldnt see any leaks. I'm not exactly sure where the VRMs are. Are they on the back?

VRMs are the voltage regulators for your GPU (they are located on the top side of the GPU). Old batches of GTX 570 had problems with them burning out but new batches don't have those issues anymore so you are safe biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by hahysera;15408425 
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How does that look? Will this work when I start windows or will I have to keep clicking user defined twice? because I really think I will forget and have my fans not running high and overheat again.

Ok a couple things I have noticed, first, why doesn't the fan speed EVER go up to 100%? Make another point at 75C where the fan speed is ramped up to 100%.

Second thing I noticed, is the fan speed % on AB is not highlighted. When it's active it should be lit up like this:

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Edited by BlackOmega - 10/22/11 at 2:11pm
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I run both of mine at 85% fan speed 24/7. Its not THAT loud, I came from a 5870, and omg I wouldn't turn that thing past 45%.
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