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Lol I would prefer it to be even cooler. 73F is perfect!

Man im so jelaous, redface.gif here is 40c + outside and 30/31c in my room, (with air conditioner on) i really hate summer, winter +& spring rox wink.gif

But, during winter -10/15c so its amazing for benching biggrin.gif
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My MSI 670 TF IV Power Edition running at 1300 MHz (core - without added voltage) and 3600 MHz (vram - without added voltage) does not exceed 64C after hours of gaming and the fan speed never ramps up above 67% (as determined by my most recent custom fan profile).

I don't know how those clocks, temps, or fan speed, compare to the DCII or Windforce... but i consider the Twin Frozr IV performance to be awesome.

At the factory defauly OC 1215 MHz (core) and 3000 MHz (Vram), temps never enter the 60's

Ambient room temps for all tests = 75F
Edited by DrBoss - 8/1/12 at 8:58am
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My MSI 670 TF IV Power Edition running at 1300 MHz (core - without added voltage) and 3600 MHz (vram - without added voltage) does not exceed 64C after hours of gaming and the fan speed never ramps up above 67% (as determined by my most recent custom fan profile).
I don't know how those clocks, temps, or fan speed, compare to the DCII or Windforce... but i consider the Twin Frozr IV performance to be awesome.
At the factory defauly OC 1215 MHz (core) and 3000 MHz (Vram), temps never enter the 60's
Ambient room temps for all tests = 75F

That's really bad temps, if we take into account fan speed, TF IV design and low ambient temps. You got case with low airflow?
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That's really bad temps, if we take into account fan speed, TF IV design and low ambient temps. You got case with low airflow?
what makes you think that?

http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/MSI/GTX_670_Power_Edition/32.html

http://www.tweaktown.com/reviews/4779/msi_geforce_gtx_670_power_edition_2gb_overclocked_video_card_review/index15.html

http://www.pureoverclock.com/Review-detail/msi-gtx-670-power-edition/18/

All of those reviews reflect temps with the factory CO (around 1215 MHz typically). The temps i indicated reflect a core clock of 1300 MHz.
Edited by DrBoss - 8/3/12 at 7:25am
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I have a Fractal Design XL case with sound absorbing mats throughout. All fan's have been changed out with Thermalright Silent X's running at a conservative (silent) speed.
Edited by DrBoss - 8/2/12 at 12:35pm
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Nevermind ,i was confused when i was typing that post, sleepy actually, i tough your talking about 680L biggrin.gif
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Nevermind ,i was confused when i was typing that post, sleepy actually, i tough your talking about 680L biggrin.gif

No worries.

It is amazing how much better the 'slightly' larger Twin Frozr IV fans on the 680 Lightning perform compared to the 670 Power Edition Twin Frozr IV fans.
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No worries.
It is amazing how much better the 'slightly' larger Twin Frozr IV fans on the 680 Lightning perform compared to the 670 Power Edition Twin Frozr IV fans.

I wonder if there is any way to use the 680 TF4's fans with the 670 TF4?
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I wonder if there is any way to use the 680 TF4's fans with the 670 TF4?
perhaps... but the PCB, overal dimensions of the 680 Lighthing, and Twin Frozr IV fan shroud are substantially larger than those of the 670 PE
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I've been trolling the ASUS GTX 670 Top thread and it got me wondering, why didn't ASUS use the DCII v2 with the 680? Kind of dumb if you ask me.
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