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I decided to join the AIO cooler crowd and bought the Asetek 760GC CPU/GPU cooler from ebay. I have very happy with it thus far it keeps things nice and cool as well as quiet. I would recommend it thumb.gif

Looks a little messy but I was in a rush wink.gif

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Forgot to add temps.

So I am running the Asetek 760GC CPU/GPU cooler found on their website and for sale on ebay, to cool my Core i5-2310 and my MSI GTX 660ti Power Edition O/C.

Idle temps 10-15 minutes after folding stopped on CPU =
Core #1 = 44c
Core #2 = 38c
Core #3 = 40c
Core #4 = 38c


Load temps after 8+ hours of folding on CPU =
Core #1 = 70c
Core #2 = 68c
Core #3 = 66c
Core #4 = 66c

Idle temps 10-15 minutes after folding stopped on GPU = 35c for whatever reason the GPU core and mem didn't downclock they sat steady at 1097 core and 1800 mem. Usually they drop substantially. So idle temps could possibly be a little lower.

Load temps after 8+ hours of folding on GPU = 64c


This is with 2 Scythe Slipstream PWM fans running push/pull @ 100% for folding. When gaming the fan profile is limited to 70% which is nice and quiet, and keeps temps lower than the folding temps.


I just finished playing about an hour of the Crysis 3 beta and this cooler is awesome. Before the cooler I had to keep my overclock to a minimum to keep the sound in check. With the cooler I can run my card balls out nice and quite. I can run a constant 1280mhz core and 7400mhz mem without breaking 64-65c so no throttling. Before the cooler my core clock would boost to 1189mhz and temps would get to 80c if I wanted to keep it relatively quite.

Overall I would highly recommend the Asetek to anyone looking to cool a moderate cpu/gpu combo, in a nice neat and relatively small package.
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Ok so I updated the nvidia drivers to the latest beta 313.96 and wow what a difference while benchmarking Heaven! With the old 310.90 drivers, I was +140 core and +800 memory and these were the results:



With the latest beta drivers, I FINALLY broke the 45 FPS barrier! biggrin.gif I did +136 on core and +800 on memory all voltages maxed. Maybe my CPU OC from 4.6Ghz in my previous run to my current 4.8Ghz might've played a part in this but I'm still impressed with my MSI card!




Edited by Airrick10 - 1/30/13 at 5:58pm
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Damn! Airrick that is right up there with factory overclocked 670's NICE!

I was testing my card with Heaven a couple days ago, trying to see how far I could push it now that its got the CLC on it.

I noticed that for whatever reason I could push the core offset up anything over +106 (within reason I gave up after +125) but the card would never boost past 1280 until the temp hit 60c. Immediately after hitting 60c the card would boost another 13 up to 1293. It would crash every time @ 1293 after a couple minutes. I just thought it was weird that no matter how much I increased the core offset it sat at 1280 until 60c.

It turns out +93 is the optimal core offset to get my card boosting to 1280.

Anyway my point is that you may be able to get a little more out of your card if you let it get a little warmer, I see in the pics you are only at 55c.
    
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Damn! Airrick that is right up there with factory overclocked 670's NICE!

I was testing my card with Heaven a couple days ago, trying to see how far I could push it now that its got the CLC on it.

I noticed that for whatever reason I could push the core offset up anything over +106 (within reason I gave up after +125) but the card would never boost past 1280 until the temp hit 60c. Immediately after hitting 60c the card would boost another 13 up to 1293. It would crash every time @ 1293 after a couple minutes. I just thought it was weird that no matter how much I increased the core offset it sat at 1280 until 60c.

It turns out +93 is the optimal core offset to get my card boosting to 1280.

Anyway my point is that you may be able to get a little more out of your card if you let it get a little warmer, I see in the pics you are only at 55c.

Thanks Scotthulbs! Yeah...I tried repeating the benchmark with my previous settings of +140 core and +800 mem but It would crash when it would hit boost past 1280...so I had to drop the core to +136 and my temps never even hit 60c! I had replaced the TIM on the card with Gelid GC Extreme a while back and it has worked pretty well for me. thumb.gif

EDIT: Are you running Afterburner version 2.2.3 with the unlocked memory and auxiliary voltage?
Edited by Airrick10 - 1/30/13 at 6:19pm
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at work I'm tech / on-site tonight (possible bad weather but doubtful) so no rerunning of Heaven but I will get to it tomorrow.
gotta finish up a build but besides that just running around mostly so I'll eventually get a chance to play around.
ordered some new fans for the Carbide 200r, hope to have it done this weekend.

peace... thumb.gif
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at work I'm tech / on-site tonight (possible bad weather but doubtful) so no rerunning of Heaven but I will get to it tomorrow.
gotta finish up a build but besides that just running around mostly so I'll eventually get a chance to play around.
ordered some new fans for the Carbide 200r, hope to have it done this weekend.

peace... thumb.gif

No problem man! Don't work too hard lol thumb.gif
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Thanks Scotthulbs! Yeah...I tried repeating the benchmark with my previous settings of +140 core and +800 mem but It would crash when it would hit boost past 1280...so I had to drop the core to +136 and my temps never even hit 60c! I had replaced the TIM on the card with Gelid GC Extreme a while back and it has worked pretty well for me. thumb.gif

EDIT: Are you running Afterburner version 2.2.3 with the unlocked memory and auxiliary voltage?

Yeah I am using 2.2.3, I remember when I first got the card it would boost up to 1306 without issue. Must be its dying already LOL biggrin.gif
    
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Yeah I am using 2.2.3, I remember when I first got the card it would boost up to 1306 without issue. Must be its dying already LOL biggrin.gif

Lol damn! I've never seen my boost go that high...every time I run benchmark after benchmark I feel like i'm killing my card lol
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Lol damn! I've never seen my boost go that high...every time I run benchmark after benchmark I feel like i'm killing my card lol
what's your current oc settings?
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