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I think I found the root problem.

I put my front fans on exhaust, not intake, so pretty much no air was going in from the front of my case.

Swapped them around and my temps are much lower, barely hitting 80 so far.

Might still get a fan controller though, just for usefulness sake.

that'll have been the problem.
Generally speaking, you want case airflow to come in from the front-bottom (intake fans), and exhaust through the top-rear (exhaust fans)
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Originally Posted by Leyaena View Post

that'll have been the problem.
Generally speaking, you want case airflow to come in from the front-bottom (intake fans), and exhaust through the top-rear (exhaust fans)

Yeah, thats how I thought it was setup, but I didnt realise my fans were backwards.
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For reference on my Asus GTX 670 Top overclocked to 1297 mhz the card will not pass 69c when the fans max out at only 70%. But that's in a single card setup.
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Well, changing my front fans to another set from my old case seems to have helped a lot. My highest temp so far is 73. It might go up a bit more, but probably not much.

Seems air starvation was the big issue after all.
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