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Ok so ure using the xspc blocks. Can I ask about your ambient temperature? And what are the temps like when stress testing using software on ur Gpu?
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post #232 of 234
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Ok so ure using the xspc blocks. Can I ask about your ambient temperature? And what are the temps like when stress testing using software on ur Gpu?

Ambient in my house is between 25 -27 C° and the idle temps on my cards usually hover around 27-28 degrees C° . During stress testing with Heaven or 3Dmark the temps usually hang around that 45-47 C° degree mark.......They hit 50° one time when My wife pumped the heat up like 10 degrees higher than normal because she was sick LOL.... Keep in mind I also bios flashed both cards to run at 1.121v and boost up to 1280 and have +700 on the memory.....So if I dropped them down to stock the temps would drop a little......

In game temps playing Skyrim maxed w/ENB and mods and BF3, the temps haven't topped 43° but Max Payne makes them jump up to about 45°....But its waaaaaaaay below the throttle threshhold by 25° so no worries about that......

Just and FYI, I run a 120 and a 360 Rad in my case and my pump is an XPSC (I'm sure its not a D5) pump/res combo....
post #233 of 234
Ilaylow, are the blocks on your evga 4gb 670s the xspc ones for 670 or 680 b/c it's on the reference board? Thanks
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Ilaylow, are the blocks on your evga 4gb 670s the xspc ones for 670 or 680 b/c it's on the reference board? Thanks

They are the 670 ones...reference board...
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