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post #11 of 17
stock voltage. stock factory OC at 880mhz core

even overclocked at 1Ghz with no voltage change it doesn't go over 63c
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Some GF114 chips just seem to run hot. I was also surprised at how hot mine was under load after hearing testimonial after testimonial after testimonial from people moving from GeForce 8800 GTs to GeForce GTX 560 Tis and saying they ran cooler all around. I did the same move, and it idles lower... but loads much higher!

Now I haven't fiddled with fan speeds (so it stays at a constant 30%), but I shouldn't think I'd have to. While it's on stock cooling, it's also at slower clocks than most (850MHz), and there is next to no difference between two side fans blowing on it and none from what I recall.

Crysis brings it up to ~85C on a good day. If 94C is the shutoff point, then I imagine I'm close to, if not, throttling when it gets that high.

Between that and the driver crashes (TRD issues) with any drivers past 275.33, I'm starting to wonder if there's perhaps maybe a good number of "bad" GF114 (and maybe others, but it seems to be largely Fermi GeForce GTX x60s) chips out there...
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880 you say? mine came at 822... wierd. I just changed back to stock from 925 and the temps went down to 72, much better.
post #14 of 17
RMA the card. Easier just get new one. Or if you are in the fixing mood. It probably will be a tightening issue or the TIM. But seeing as you have tried replacing the TIM it could even be bad solder or the heat pipes have been bent or dislodged.
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post #15 of 17
I'd send it back. But they'll probably tell you the temps are normal and "safe". Maybe they are, but who wants a "frozr" that tops out at 90c ? That's not why you buy the card, for terrible temps. Does that TIM need time to cure ?
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The k2 does not need to cure. the second i put it on my cpu the temps were fantastic. looks like I might have to RMA. too bad I'll have to wait until monday!
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880 you say? mine came at 822... wierd. I just changed back to stock from 925 and the temps went down to 72, much better.

Mines the OC edition
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