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Originally Posted by TurboPanda View Post

Use MSI AfterBurner its a great program. You can set up a custom fan profile so as the cards get hotter you can have fans ramp up. Its a great program both the wife and i use it for out graphic card cooling needs

I agree with using MSI Afterburner.
You can also do a bit of overclocking with it if you want to.
But, aside from overclocking, it's a great program to manage everything about your card's performance. It has an On-Screen-Display that shows up in game that shows everything like GPU temps, voltage, fan speed, memory usage, etc. And, as stated above, there is a custom fan profile chart. You simply put dots along the graph to show what you want the fan speed to be at different temperatures.

You said that during testing your fan speed hit 65% resulting in ~85*C temps. Perhaps set the fan profile to be at 70% when the card hits 80*C. That would ensure it doesn't go past there.
Edited by Contagion - 11/24/11 at 10:31pm
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post #12 of 15

Download and install the latest MSI Afterburner 2.2.0 Beta 9 to set the user defined fan profile.

 

http://downloads.guru3d.com/download.php?det=2816

 

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Don't use furmark. Its for the extremes and you will rarely reach those types of temperatures in a real life scenario.
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the fan goes auto to +80% on that temp.
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i disassemble the cooler completely and clean it and use some as5 and now the max is 78ºc on bf3
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