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post #11 of 21
yea, fan life may be less...
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How about running it 70% all the time?
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Why not do a custom curve for when it hits certain temperatures, also can be done on afterburner.
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Why not do a custom curve for when it hits certain temperatures, also can be done on afterburner.
Any recommendations on a custom?
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How about running it 70% all the time?
Why do you want to run them so high all the time lol. Use common sense. Make an aggressive fan profile in MSI Afterburner and for get it. Leave the idle rpm at ~45-50%
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Why do you want to run them so high all the time lol. Use common sense. Make an aggressive fan profile in MSI Afterburner and for get it. Leave the idle rpm at ~45-50%
Yea I got it, it idles at 40% and when it hits 60C it goes to 65%
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post #17 of 21
That's what I meant by custom curve, sorry for the difficult wording.
post #18 of 21
The fans are designed to be able to run at 100% for their entire lives. The rate that run at shouldn't reduce their lifespan in anyway. If you overvolt them and run above 100% then life span will be reduced. Just like with CPU and GPU overclocking they are designed to run at any stock rate speed with out failure. Other than your ears possibly bleeding from the ridiculous amount noise created while the fan is running at full speed you shouldn't see a reduced life span.
post #19 of 21
I have two HIS 5770 1 GB in crossfire. I am using MSI afterburner to overclock, but cannot go above 960 Mhz, even after changing the config file to allow so. I am able to increase voltage. Any ideas?

[Properties]
ShowGeneralTab= 1
ShowFanTab= 1
ShowMonitoringTab= 1
ShowOnScreenDisplayTab= 1
ShowScreenCaptureTab= 1
ShowVideoCaptureTab= 1
ShowProfilesTab= 1
ShowUserInterfaceTab= 1

[Settings]
Skin = compact.usf
StartMinimized= 0
StartWithWindows= 0
RememberSettings= 0
FirstRun= 1
FirstUserDefineClick= 1
FirstServerRun= 1
HwPollPeriod= 1000
MMIOPageSize= 4
PCIBusFilter= -10h
ShowTooltips= 1
ShowHints= 1
PauseInSuspendedMode= 1
CurrentGpu= 0
Sync= 1
AttachMonitoringWindow= 1
MonitoringWindowOnTop= 1
ShowPerformanceProfilerStatus= 0
LCDFont= font4x6.dat
LCDScrollTimerPeriod= 30
UnlockVoltageControl= 0
UnlockVoltageMonitoring= 0
ShowOSDTime= 0
RestoreAfterSuspendedMode= 0
StartupViaTaskScheduler= 1
StartupDelay= 0
MinMonitoringGraphHeight= -1
LocalizationDebugFlags= 0
EnableLog= 0
RecreateLog= 0
LogPath=
DontStopLoggingOnWriteFailure= 0
LogLimit= 10
ForceConstantVoltage= 0
AllowCaptureVoltageDefaults= 0
Link= 1
UseDirectInputHotkeyHandler= 1
SendToTrayOnClose= 0
DataFilteringThreshold= 10
ScreenCaptureFolder=
ScreenCaptureFormat= bmp
ScreenCaptureQuality= 100
VideoCaptureFormat= MJPG
VideoCaptureFolder=
VideoCaptureQuality= 85
VideoCaptureFramerate= 30
VideoCaptureFramesize= 2
VideoCaptureThreads= FFFFFFFFh
FanSpeedReadbackDelay= 1000
CaptureOSD= 1

[ATIADLHAL]
UnofficialOverclockingEULA= I confirm that I am aware of unofficial overclocking limitations and fully understand that MSI will not provide me any support on it
UnofficialOverclockingMode= 1
AccessibilityCheckingPeriod= 0

[NVAPIHAL]
ClockDomainIdWorkaround= -1
post #20 of 21
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^^ probably increase your voltage by a bit and then start upping your clocks
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