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after removing the IHS off my oc 580 on cooler mornings i could see 17c Not that my temps of 20c with IHS was bad to begin with. But remember with greater rewards there is greater risks taken.
Nice job, good temps and nice build log. Dwoods bracket looks nice and shinny with a coat of black paint on it. Have some +reps for your hard work. Dont forget to post in the offical The Modq thread to get your name added to the list.
the 560ti really benifits from this mod, my first card, a zotac 560ti went from a vacume to silence instantly. average max temps for gaming were 48c, it never got as low as my 580 idle temps but it oc better than my 580 does after modding.

Thanks, but as i said above, i need to figure out what happened to the H60, cause my temps were in the roof last night(110C), and i didnt have time to troubleshoot, i just switched back to the stock cooler for now.

I'll update when i have some more info.

EDIT: I was wondering, does the card has some built in safety to turn of when it reaches certain temps? or was i just lucky to be at the pc when it happened? Cause i usually leave my pc on at night and if it happened when i was sleeping i would have waken to a crispy card...or melted card...
Edited by sollaris - 7/30/12 at 12:17am
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i5 2500k Asus Maximus IV Gene - Z Asus GTX 560TI Corsair Vengeance Black 8GB 
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WD Caviar Black Corsair H60 Windows 7 x64 LG 24" 2453TQ 
KeyboardPowerCaseMouse
Logitech K200 Corsair TX 850 Fractal Design Core 1000 Logitech G9 
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Steel Series Logitech Z5500 Logitech X-230 Logitech G35 
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post #22 of 23
Not sure about the card, I would hope so. I get spikes in temps too. At times ally temp areas post 126c. I pass it off for ftware issue. I'm not saying do that for you but do you have software to monitor record so you can pinpoint the exact time it spiked....if it is
post #23 of 23
My Asus gtx 560 ti is hitting around 196f while playing world of tanks. What is an IHS and how hard is it to remove? I am planning to do a water cooler setup like yours. Awesome job btw!
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