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Also try reseating the cooler with new TIM. Before I water cooled my 580, it had a disastrous TIM job that was extremely thick, causing really high temperatures like that. After a reseat (still with stock cooler), temperatures dropped into the 80's, even while overvolted at 1.15v
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Guys, I'm not water cooled.

Where did I say you were? I just said that a new TIM application and reseating the stock cooler caused a drop in temps to acceptable levels, prior to my move to water cooling...
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post #22 of 83
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I'll openly admit, it's dirty and I will clean it and organize chords.
post #23 of 83
Definitely reseat the cooler. If you're still getting those temps after a proper reseating, it's time for a RMA.

And what case is that? it might lack airflow.
post #24 of 83
I dont think we thought you where W/Ced

Stock coolers and TIM are notorious these days...

Your idle temps are better thumb.gif

Whats you load temps like?
post #25 of 83
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HAF 922 :[ I don't wanna RMA. I want this to last until end of year so I can get my 680...
post #26 of 83
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I dont think we thought you where W/Ced
Stock coolers and TIM are notorious these days...
Your idle temps are better thumb.gif
Whats you load temps like?

Load temps with full fan? Let me FurMark...right? that's how you load it? 0.o I haven't messed around with GPUs much. I'm down to 56 C.

And I know you guys may have no thought that but i didn't know there was a way to reseat a gpu heatsink and stuff. Sorry.
post #27 of 83
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BTW, I'm on stock clock and voltages with these temps. Not with the overclock. SO far at 54 C.
Edited by lpjz50 - 4/18/12 at 10:26pm
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Load temps with full fan? Let me FurMark...right? that's how you load it? 0.o I haven't messed around with GPUs much. I'm down to 56 C.
And I know you guys may have no thought that but i didn't know there was a way to reseat a gpu heatsink and stuff. Sorry.

Great start.

If memort serves, Furmark and OCCT are not the best to test load with the 580 / 590 range of cards. I believe they have power limiting circuitry onbaord the cards that stop them from being fully loaded

At a pinch, it will do, but do your have 3dmark11 or Heaven benchmark. They will do the trick.

Your a bit dusty in there too. i would remove the card an see if there is any dust in your heat sink and replace the TIM if you feel your up to it.
post #29 of 83
56C load is very good if that's what you're saying. Sounds fixed!thumb.gif
post #30 of 83
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Yes. I've decided that this Friday night I am going to redo my PC. Build it again from scratch, clean it, the fans, reseat CPU, etc. Organize chords too. I've rebuilt it so many times that I just stopped doing the chords. Let me run heaven, gimme a minute.
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