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^So this can be used with a MSI 670 PE? Results?

I dont know. It's a quote from 680L thread. I dont think 680L Bios is Good for 670PE.Im not going to try my 680L in on its way. Any way guys with 680L have way more fun.
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I dont know. It's a quote from 680L thread. I dont think 680L Bios is Good for 670PE.Im not going to try my 680L in on its way. Any way guys with 680L have way more fun.
I'm still happy with my 670 going to 1365core stable with voltage unlocked rolleyes.gif
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You are the lucky one my friend I was always getting nvidia cards ad all where equevelant to 670 and I was always happy .... Not this time
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People with Hugh 13xx scores somehow still bench lower than me at 1250-1280s and a lot of them are running x79 processors compared to my 2600k. So don't feel bad if ur card clocks lower than others...

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4th revision of the Twin Frozr design and they still haven't fixed that problem?
Both of my GTX 460 Hawks (One Talon) suffer from this, and both are the fan closest to the I/O.
It also varies based on heat. On a cold boot the fan rattles like a monster. When heated they quiet down. Also, ramping fan to 100% and waiting for it to go away then dropping the fan back down is another workaround, but it will come back if the card is still cool.
Thought they may have fixed it on their new cooler, but looks like they haven't. Shame, considering I'm deciding between this and the ASUS card, the ASUS is looking like the better card for acoustics.
Also, it looks like this design actually has smaller fans than their previous designs. Could be a picture illusion though. Anyone able to confirm measurements on the fans?

One of my two new PE OC's also has a subtle grinding noise, also the fan closest to the rear IO. The other fan on this card and both fans on the other card are OK (for now) worriedsmiley.gif Over a day or two's use the noise has improved ever so slightly but still gently audible. Is MSI aware of this? Is it the fans they use or what is going on? Should I RMA the card?
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Yea they don't come with one.

That just sucks IMO. Thanks for confirming
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Your bridges came with your mobo. I haven't seen nV cards come with SLI bridge. ATI/AMD cards on the other hand do come with crossfire bridges.

Yes I eventually found the one in my motherboard box. I mistook it for a crossfire bridge. Thanks.


On another note, my fiance was playing Witcher 2 (all settings maxed out) @ 1920X1080. The cards average 60 FPS (frames per second) and occasionally drops to 40-50s (no problem with that).

My concern however are the temps. Both cards idle at 30s (celcius). However when playing Witcher 2 the top card's max temp is 91 and the bottom about 85. They both however average 80s for the one and 70s for the other respectively. This also causes the fan's % speed rating to jump even as high as 76 % in some occasions. Room ambient temp is in the 20s (22-27 today).

I have a Corsair Graphite 600T chassis with the following fan config:

* 1X 200mm front intake
* 1X 120mm front intake trhough the 5.25 drive bays using a Xigmatek 4 in 3 HDD cage (though no drives are installed, just used to install fan as intake)
* 1X 120mm at the back for exhaust out
* 2X 120mm top for exhaust out through a 240 rad (Corsair Hydro Series H100)
* I am using the Corsair see-through panel so there aren't any fans or holes in it

Are these's temps normal? Should I be concerned? Will two 120mm fans from the side make a major dirrence at all?

Thanks guys.

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^^I would recommend that you take a closer look at your fan profile in afterburner. Sounds like it isn't aggressive enough for the airflow in your case. More info about fan profiles can be found in the 670 GTX Master Overclocking thread.

Also take into consideration what happens when Kepler cards reach 70C & 80C....

Throttling 13 MHz each time, so you'll definitely want to keep temps under <70C
    
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91 °C is alarming! it's defenetly not normal. Even on sli, your top card shouldn't reach such temps. You should have a look at your setup, check that your fans are not blocked by something... Also if you can and if you have a 3way bridge, put your second card one slot down to optimize the space between the two.

It may help, keep us in touch.
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91 °C is alarming! it's defenetly not normal. Even on sli, your top card shouldn't reach such temps. You should have a look at your setup, check that your fans are not blocked by something... Also if you can and if you have a 3way bridge, put your second card one slot down to optimize the space between the two.
It may help, keep us in touch.

I only have 2-way SLI and the space is reasonable IMO (about 2 or 2.5 cm). What is worrying is that summer hasn't officially kicked in here as well and my temps are through the roof. My old pair HD 5870s in crossfire used to run as high as 80-90s which I would believe to be more "normal" for the type generation of GPUs. Their cooling was more traditional with the hot air being exhausted out the back of the card and chassis/case.

But these GTX 670s shouldn't run that high IMO. That is why i bough them in the 1st place: supposed to cooler, quieter & less power required.
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post #479 of 939
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I only have 2-way SLI and the space is reasonable IMO (about 2 or 2.5 cm). What is worrying is that summer hasn't officially kicked in here as well and my temps are through the roof. My old pair HD 5870s in crossfire used to run as high as 80-90s which I would believe to be more "normal" for the type generation of GPUs. Their cooling was more traditional with the hot air being exhausted out the back of the card and chassis/case.
But these GTX 670s shouldn't run that high IMO. That is why i bough them in the 1st place: supposed to cooler, quieter & less power required.

They absolutely shouldn't be that high. Especially the bottom one...

Are you sue the airflow in your case is alright?
 
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They absolutely shouldn't be that high. Especially the bottom one...
Are you sue the airflow in your case is alright?

Agree with G3RG. I would check your air flow in your case fan placed in wrong way may increase your temp significantly . Been there done that.
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