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I found myself getting a little excited at my gpu temps.

my GTX465 unlocked to a 470 has just broken the 100C mark.

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Ive reseated a couple times with some thermal pastes. Think theres a paste i could get that might actually help this situation?

Or maybe i should look into a different cooling solution to overclock?
post #2 of 31
well aint that cookin.... tongue.gif and here i thought 480s were super hot... biggrin.gif

hows the airflow in the case?

and what paste was used? ... biggrin.gif

my 8600GT creeped up to 130+c many times under full load and 99c on idle..
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Originally Posted by Xinoxide View Post

I found myself getting a little excited at my gpu temps.
my GTX465 unlocked to a 470 has just broken the 100C mark.
f6d.png
Ive reseated a couple times with some thermal pastes. Think theres a paste i could get that might actually help this situation?
Or maybe i should look into a different cooling solution to overclock?

At that temp, why isnt the fan at 100%?
post #4 of 31
I believe that's a reference card (PNY). Cooking time. devil.gif

What paste are you using? How is case airflow? What is your room temperature?
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post #5 of 31
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Right now it has Noctuas paste that comes with the D14. ( NT-H1 )

for reference, the card hit 120C in a few moments time with AS5 without cure.

Also the fan WAS at 100%, I have it set to 100% around 90C.

--Edit: im going to get you a picture of my airflow. lol. Dont bash me, an unlocked 465 should never be smashed into a space this small.
Edited by Xinoxide - 12/15/11 at 7:08pm
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and I thought my two gtx 480's with bad pci-e spacing temps was bad. there's definitely something wrong with that. either the TIM application or it isn't screwed in properly. any stock cooler would be enough to cool that card below 100 degrees at least
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Im not trying to say your wrong or anything..(well you might be.) but if i recall my 8600 gt would shut off after 105C to stop it from hurting itself 130c would just destroy it lol. and to the op idk maybe you should bring the card back down to 465 settings just to see if there is if the temperatures are brought on by that thumb.gif
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All 38mm depicted fans are Delta AFB1212HE's as are outline here: http://www.delta.com.tw/product/cp/dcfans/download/pdf/AFB/AFB120x120x38mm.pdf with around 7v.
Edited by Xinoxide - 12/15/11 at 7:14pm
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Or maybe i should look into a different cooling solution to overclock?

One word: water.
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post #10 of 31
Quote:
Originally Posted by Xinoxide View Post

Right now it has Noctuas paste that comes with the D14. ( NT-H1 )

for reference, the card hit 120C in a few moments time with AS5 without cure.

Also the fan WAS at 100%, I have it set to 100% around 90C.


--Edit: im going to get you a picture of my airflow. lol. Dont bash me, an unlocked 465 should never be smashed into a space this small.

Strange, your photo shows that the temps are above 100c and yet your fan speed is only at 71%.
Quote:
Originally Posted by Xinoxide View Post

338

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All 38mm depicted fans are Delta AFB1212HE's as are outline here: http://www.delta.com.tw/product/cp/dcfans/download/pdf/AFB/AFB120x120x38mm.pdf with around 7v.

Your airflow should be fine, the flaw is most likely with the reference design cooler. No matter how much air you push through the case, you are still victim to however much air the stock cooler can move through the slot.


How much TIM did you apply?
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