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Just replaced the stock cooler of my Gigabyte GTX 670 with the Arctic Cooling Accelero Hybrid Cooler and using the Scythe AP-29 PWM for the radiator.

Ambient temp: 31~32C
Stock Cooler max load temp: 64C
Accelero Hybrid Cooler max load temp: 57C

Both fan curves set at Auto. TIM is Prolimatech PK-1.

Is the decrease in temps at par?
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Just replaced the stock cooler of my Gigabyte GTX 670 with the Arctic Cooling Accelero Hybrid Cooler and using the Scythe AP-29 PWM for the radiator.

Ambient temp: 31~32C
Stock Cooler max load temp: 64C
Accelero Hybrid Cooler max load temp: 57C

Both fan curves set at Auto. TIM is Prolimatech PK-1.

Is the decrease in temps at par?


uhm that cooler is kinda expensiv.. and is... VERY close to the temps for "the Mod" soo..
how did u just get 64c with the stock? its up close to 75-80 for most ppl XD (furmark)

but hey 57c is not bad not sayin that wink.gif
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uhm that cooler is kinda expensiv.. and is... VERY close to the temps for "the Mod" soo..
how did u just get 64c with the stock? its up close to 75-80 for most ppl XD (furmark)

but hey 57c is not bad not sayin that wink.gif

Got it from ebay at $112.50. Yeah, it's still expensive I know but it already has all the parts including fans, shrouds, heatsinks, etc. So no worries on that.

I forgot to mention that the temps I've stated are Heaven benchmark load temps. So what do you think of the temps?

AFAIK, the pump used in the Accelero Hybrid Cooler is exactly the same as the Kuhler 620, right? Asetek?
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Your stock cooler was performing very well so the difference pre/post mod does not seem so dramatic. 57c is a tad high but not by much and is still very good. You should notice a decrease in sound over stock cooling. Sound reduction is amazing using this type of cooling.thumb.gif
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Your stock cooler was performing very well so the difference pre/post mod does not seem so dramatic. 57c is a tad high but not by much and is still very good. You should notice a decrease in sound over stock cooling. Sound reduction is amazing using this type of cooling.thumb.gif

Yeah, I was expecting that. After all, the stock cooler of the Gigabyte GTX 670 is the coolest among all 670s smile.gif

Why do you say 57C is high? I have high ambient temps, so isn't that normal? Did I do something wrong here?
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Your stock cooler was performing very well so the difference pre/post mod does not seem so dramatic. 57c is a tad high but not by much and is still very good. You should notice a decrease in sound over stock cooling. Sound reduction is amazing using this type of cooling.thumb.gif

Yeah, I was expecting that. After all, the stock cooler of the Gigabyte GTX 670 is the coolest among all 670s smile.gif

Why do you say 57C is high? I have high ambient temps, so isn't that normal? Did I do something wrong here?

No 57C on stock cooling is low. Most run into the 70s on full load
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High 40s to low 50c is average for the mod from what I have seen. That is stock voltages and not burn testing. I know your using the hybrid but to compare it to the mo
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High 40s to low 50c is average for the mod from what I have seen. That is stock voltages and not burn testing. I know your using the hybrid but to compare it to the mo

Oh he's not on reference.

Yeah those temps are high. My 7970 pumping 1.250v is a cool 45C... VRMs are a different story lachen.gif
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57c is not bad, but what is "load" furmark? or some bencharking? or a game?

Do some clocking, then see some temps after a benchmark.. good watercoolers get theyr edge when u do some overclocking and got much heat to work with thumb.gif
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I have the reference 670, full load 48-50. Idle at 28

that 57 is a bit high for such an expensive cooler.

looks sweet though.
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