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It's quite loud for me with voltage bump @ 1189, default fan profile, to keep temp target of 85C. I don't want louder fan and don't want to up temp target. But remember, I'm coming from DCUII card, I'm spoiled a bit in that dept. biggrin.gif

Just let it go up to 90C, that should help a lot and is still very safe.

I definitely will run mine with a temp target of 90C.
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There were 7 stock evga Titans on Amazon late last night (direct / prime), and I grabbed one during the 12 minutes they were in stock. thumb.gif Projected to arrive early next week.
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Just let it go up to 90C, that should help a lot and is still very safe.

I definitely will run mine with a temp target of 90C.

90c wont help. It will only result in quieter fan. I'm hitting TDP wall long before 90c in some games and card just starts downclocking mad.gif
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There were 7 stock evga Titans on Amazon late last night (direct / prime), and I grabbed one during the 12 minutes they were in stock. thumb.gif Projected to arrive early next week.
I woke very early in the morning and I saw the EVGA stock Titan's in stock. Grabbed one myself! I'm expecting it on March 6th.
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I'll be finishing joining this club when I get home from work. This is what I've had to deal with all day at work...
Warning: Spoiler! (Click to show)

Ugggggh.
Cheers to overnight shipping! cheers.gif

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Just let it go up to 90C, that should help a lot and is still very safe.

I definitely will run mine with a temp target of 90C.

I'm probably going to set it up as 85C = 100% fan speed (or whatever the top value is), and then just scale down from there. I know the chip can handle those temps, but something tells me I'll be keeping these cards for a while. I don't want them losing stability a year from now because I've been beating them up at 90C every day.
Edited by dph314 - 2/27/13 at 1:41pm
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Cheers to overnight shipping! cheers.gif

cheers.gif I'll drink to that!

I talked to the Eggs chat rep last night, she was convinced I wasn't going to get my card until tomorrow. So I was upset about the shipping, woke up to a nice surprise this morning though biggrin.gif ~20 hours from clicking buy to getting card from California.. I'll take it thumb.gif
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There is still only one store here having them available and they still cost a thousand Euros.
Asus claimed Europe would have them by the 28th so maybe tomorrow will change things.
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I'm probably going to set it up as 85C = 100% fan speed (or whatever the top value is), and then just scale down from there. I know the chip can handle those temps, but something tells me I'll be keeping these cards for a while. I don't want them losing stability a year from now because I've been beating them up at 90C every day.

Someone should look into doing "the mod". I had a GTX 480 that was kept at bay with an Antec 620, and the GTX 480 has an IHS where as the GTX 600s do not. I did it again for my over-voltable GTX 680, and it works great. At stock voltage I can run the fan at nearly minimum (through a fan controller) and still have it cool well. Depending on where the mounting holes are located, some brackets such as those designed for the 480/580 may fit.

(Edit : That is if you don't have a water-cooling loop ready to connect)
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Got mine today add me up please
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I'm probably going to set it up as 85C = 100% fan speed (or whatever the top value is), and then just scale down from there. I know the chip can handle those temps, but something tells me I'll be keeping these cards for a while. I don't want them losing stability a year from now because I've been beating them up at 90C every day.

Someone should look into doing "the mod". I had a GTX 480 that was kept at bay with an Antec 620, and the GTX 480 has an IHS where as the GTX 600s do not. I did it again for my over-voltable GTX 680, and it works great. At stock voltage I can run the fan at nearly minimum (through a fan controller) and still have it cool well. Depending on where the mounting holes are located, some brackets such as those designed for the 480/580 may fit.

(Edit : That is if you don't have a water-cooling loop ready to connect)

I don't know if it'll be worth it. Fan noise has to be pretty loud to bother me while I'm playing a game, since the speakers do a pleasant job of drowning out the noise.

I'll be getting Power-related throttling, not Temp. So I probably won't even bother replacing the TIM unless I really need to, let alone doing The Mod.
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