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Hey got a 570 in a new htpc build and had a few questions about the temperature of the card.

When i play bf3, or put the card on load its getting to temps of 85 degrees Celsius with 65-70% fan speed.

Im not to worried about that, its a little on the high side but i guess these cards can take it?

Also is the Zotac 570 (non AMP!) a reference design?
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Zotac is more popular in the greater China region and so I have gathered some info about this card:-
1) This card is totally non reference (the cooling as well as the PCB design).
2) It employs a central heatsink with three 6mm heatpipes. It looks very much like the Gtx560 Ti reference cooling to me.
3) The fan-shroud is Zotac's ''pressurized fan'' design: using a metallic mesh to increase air pass-through area by 50% and to shorten the air passage way, thus increasing the air exchange between the inside and outside of the shroud.
4) It is slightly pre-overclocked: 780/1560/4000 (vs 732/1464/3800 reference)
5) It has one more ouyput option: 1x Display Port
6) Its PCB is shorter in length 228.6mm (might be beneficial if you have a smaller case)

Reference links:
http://tech.hexun.com.tw/2011-03-11/127854162.html
http://www.expreview.com/13959.html
http://www.inpai.com.cn/doc/hard/149535.htm

It is recommend to use a fan profile as 85c is way too hot. I use MSI afterburner with a fan profile set up, never see temps over 66c cool.gif
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Originally Posted by Neo_Morpheus;15539763 
Zotac is more popular in the greater China region and so I have gathered some info about this card:-
1) This card is totally non reference (the cooling as well as the PCB design).
2) It employs a central heatsink with three 6mm heatpipes. It looks very much like the Gtx560 Ti reference cooling to me.
3) The fan-shroud is Zotac's ''pressurized fan'' design: using a metallic mesh to increase air pass-through area by 50% and to shorten the air passage way, thus increasing the air exchange between the inside and outside of the shroud.
4) It is slightly pre-overclocked: 780/1560/4000 (vs 732/1464/3800 reference)
5) It has one more ouyput option: 1x Display Port
6) Its PCB is shorter in length 228.6mm (might be beneficial if you have a smaller case)

Reference links:
http://tech.hexun.com.tw/2011-03-11/127854162.html
http://www.expreview.com/13959.html
http://www.inpai.com.cn/doc/hard/149535.htm

It is recommend to use a fan profile as 85c is way too hot. I use MSI afterburner with a fan profile set up, never see temps over 66c cool.gif

Impossible cool.gif LOL wont happen in my case, even at 85% i can maybe bring it down to 75 degrees. But the noise at those speeds even from 7 ft away X_X.......

Im using afterburner but i think ill play with it some more tomorrow, maybe i can get the cables out of the way to help the temps a bit.
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