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i have a sapphire 6870 which runs loud past 40% but i also have a twin frozr II which is quiet until it hits 60%

i've been trying to figure it out in msi afterburner but i'm not sure if there is a way to have separate fan profiles for each card?
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i have a sapphire 6870 which runs loud past 40% but i also have a twin frozr II which is quiet until it hits 60%

i've been trying to figure it out in msi afterburner but i'm not sure if there is a way to have separate fan profiles for each card?
Only in manual mode where you adjust fan speed slider of each GPU, otherwise not possible. The function is exactly the same as in CCC Overdrive that let select which GPU that you want to adjsut.
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alright in that case is it safe to have my fans running at 50-60% constantly?
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alright in that case is it safe to have my fans running at 50-60% constantly?
Absolutely no problem at all
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It would be a good idea to set it constantly when you are gaming where the GPUs are getting hot. If you are not playing game, the second GPU will downclock and go into idle mode, you don't need to set fan high when it is not doing anything.
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another quick question: i have the twin frozr as the top card, and the sapphire as the bottom. keep in mind they are pretty close to each other, so my twin frozr runs hotter. does the sapphire fan keep itself cool or does it also keep the twin frozr cool as well? (which is right above it) sorry if its a noobish question
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another quick question: i have the twin frozr as the top card, and the sapphire as the bottom. keep in mind they are pretty close to each other, so my twin frozr runs hotter. does the sapphire fan keep itself cool or does it also keep the twin frozr cool as well? (which is right above it) sorry if its a noobish question
Well the top card will always run hotter because it takes in hotter air from bottom GPU. Each fan will only cool a separate GPU so it has no cooling effect on the other one
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