Originally Posted by Randomdude;15408621
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?