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post #11 of 30
Lol! Thats not bad:drunken:

But remeber that it is an temprature reading you cant see using software. So im trying to find out how mutch power the gigabytes version of the card handles, if kept at deccent temps, but it's hard to find info about that. Seems that it is hard to know whithout using infrared or somehing, every card is diffrent so they handle voltage diffrent. I belive... But not sure, trying to figure it out,hehe
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Lol! Thats not bad:drunken:
But remeber that it is an temprature reading you cant see using software. So im trying to find out how mutch power the gigabytes version of the card handles, if kept at deccent temps, but it's hard to find info about that. Seems that it is hard to know whithout using infrared or somehing, every card is diffrent so they handle voltage diffrent. I belive... But not sure, trying to figure it out,hehe

MSI Afterburner will give you a temperature on everything that is your GPU if you have it set to read all that..

And Fermi cards are able to take up to 106* if I'm not mistaken. I've had my 470's at about 98* when I had them sandwiched together.
 
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isnt there a mosfet on the gpu that cant be monitor? That can be in jeopardy due to higher voltage?
Or can i just use 1.187v when gaming 4-5 hours if the temps in afterburner dosn't go to high?
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isnt there a mosfet on the gpu that cant be monitor? That can be in jeopardy due to higher voltage?
Or can i just use 1.187v when gaming 4-5 hours if the temps in afterburner dosn't go to high?

No, MSI AB can monitor that as well. As it can be in jeopardy, these cards are made to withstand temperatures past 100*C+ so if that is your concern, then I suggest getting some waterblocks or a nice aftermarket cooler to tame the high overclocks.

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No, MSI AB can monitor that as well. As it can be in jeopardy, these cards are made to withstand temperatures past 100*C+ so if that is your concern, then I suggest getting some waterblocks or a nice aftermarket cooler to tame the high overclocks.
Link to Press release by MSI

Great! I didn't know that version existed. Thanks!
post #16 of 30
It doesn't say support for 460 for tripple monitor temp, only tripple overvoltage. Can i still monitor the 460?
post #17 of 30
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It doesn't say support for 460 for tripple monitor temp, only tripple overvoltage. Can i still monitor the 460?

Should be able to.

I know there's an option when I run my 470's. However, I'm not at home so you'll have to wait till I get off work to point you in the right direction if no one else chimes in before then. thumb.gif
 
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I'm in agreeance with you. I'm running a EVGA 460 SE and the triple over-volt won't show up.

On another note, i finally got my first GPU bios flash done. Went without a hitch, and i now have 100% fan speed and up to 1.1v core voltage (tomorrow I'm gonna up it to 1.2v, but i wanted to test the flash at 1.1v) so, as of now, at 1.1v, i can hit 965 MHz core clock rock stable, hopefully higher when i re-flash the card to a higher max core voltage smile.gif
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It doesn't say support for 460 for tripple monitor temp, only tripple overvoltage. Can i still monitor the 460?

I'm in agreeance with you. I'm running a EVGA 460 SE and the triple over-volt won't show up.

On another note, i finally got my first GPU bios flash done. Went without a hitch, and i now have 100% fan speed and up to 1.1v core voltage (tomorrow I'm gonna up it to 1.2v, but i wanted to test the flash at 1.1v) so, as of now, at 1.1v, i can hit 965 MHz core clock rock stable, hopefully higher when i re-flash the card to a higher max core voltage smile.gif

(sorry for double post, not sure how / if i can delete it.... if someone can, delete the first please...)
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The only 460 card that supports this version of afterburner is N460GTX Hawk.mad.gif

But then, how smart is it to run high voltage, when we can not monitor the mosfet temp? But our card seems to stay pritty cool under full load whit high voltages, so is the mosfet ok or is it burning up? Frustrating not to know!

But when using fans on 90% my temp dont go over 65degress on 1.16 after playing bf3 on highest possible settings whit 4x aa( on 1280x720), any who has an idea on how my mosfet is doing? gigabyte 768mb whit windforce 2.0. I have an some cooling on my mofset, not sure how good it is though.
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