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Quick update it has a lot to do with my case. I took all the side panels off and my temps are down to 70

you must have your case fans set very low. 70 isn't to bad.

What do you have the Power limit set to.
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I should be able to return it to microcenter if there is an actual problem with the gpu. I have not adjusted the power at all.
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I should be able to return it to microcenter if there is an actual problem with the gpu. I have not adjusted the power at all.

70 @ stock power limit is good. You just need some more airflow in the PC case with the side panels on. After (and not before you resolve that) you can start bumping up the power limit to 20-30%. That will help with the down clocking. The Nano is power and temperature limited, down clocking is normal when stock. When you raise the power limit it will stay at higher clocks.

Adding a second GPU cooling fan and direct airflow to the back of the PCB will help with tempatures as well.

I've already experimented with fans on the rear of the graphics card. Out of curiosity I reran my temperature tests using the demo portion of FS (hottest part of FS).

Nano cooling fan only on custom fan curve. 77C Max. for 20-30% of demo.

Nano cooling fan plus rear fan. rising temps to 77C Max for 2 second peak.

Nano cooling fan plus stacked intake. Slow rise to 74C for 3 second peak.

3 fans normal running. Slower rise to 71C for 1 second peak.

3 fans all max speed. Very slow rise to 68c 10 second peak

Best bang for the buck stacked intake fans.

This was @ 50% Power limit for bench marking ONLY, @1100 MHz and -24 mv offset voltage with TIM replacement.
Edited by bluezone - 6/19/16 at 11:08pm
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The 980 ti was for 370$ on newegg, RIP resale value of Furys biggrin.gif
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I should be able to return it to microcenter if there is an actual problem with the gpu. I have not adjusted the power at all.

Ok here is the deal (own a Nano too).

If you run uncapped / with vsync off. the GPU will run at 100% unless held back by the processor, which means it will heat up fast and reach its stock threshold of 85C, and with the fans capped at 60% in Crimson, your gonna run into some standard throttling/

Couple of things you can do to alleviate the issue:

1. If noise is not an issue > set the upper fan speed limit to 100%.

OR

2. Use V-sync, the GPU will be used anywhere between 30%, 50%, 80% or 100% depending on graphics settings, age of game, refresh rate on monitor. Since it will limit GPU use, the fan should be able to keep temperatures in check.

Currently playing Thief at highest settings at 1440p, V-Sync (60Hz), GPU usage around 50-60%. Overdrive settings at 60% upper fan speed limit. Temperatures hover around 68C-72C.

If you stick with the stock overdrive settings and v-sync off, the GPU will eventually reach 85C and heat your case real fast.

This is actually the only graphics card where Ive had to make sure V-sync was on and prevent 100% usage lol - just to keep temps low and the fans from revving upto 100C.

When I eventually play Rise of the Tomb Raider, Il lmake sure to have special noise cancelling headphones and crank it up to 100% fan speed to play tongue.gif
Edited by Flamingo - 6/19/16 at 11:56pm
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Sold my Lian Li PC-05S and picked up a In Win 805 but i think the Nano might be 2 tiny for this build lol -



perfect fit biggrin.gif
post #8836 of 11533
Several pages back I was posting how Fiji cards were thin supply @ UK etailers (~20/04/16) , well OCuk have pretty much de-listed Fiji cards, only 1 SKU of Fury listed with stock.

Links: Fury Nano Fury X

They seem the first at present on delisting Fiji.
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Also it heated up so fast, that I had to run tests @ 100% fan speed (even though my sensitivity is up 150%).

In the FanTable of PowerPlay is a value which limits MAX fan RPM, usFanRPMMax, a Stock AMD Nano ROM I downed from TPU has value of 2765RPM.

See heading How to edit cooling profile in ROM > Extra cooling profile information for advanced manual modders in Fiji bios mod thread OP.
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What do you mean by stacked intake fans? Also someone was asking about the cpu, it's an i7-6700k. Also I have a 24inch 1080p asus monitor, the one that has 3D on the base that's really popular and gets good reviews, goes for about 260$, sorry forget model number lol.
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What do you mean by stacked intake fans? Also someone was asking about the cpu, it's an i7-6700k. Also I have a 24inch 1080p asus monitor, the one that has 3D on the base that's really popular and gets good reviews, goes for about 260$, sorry forget model number lol.
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here is a picture.

How is your frame rate when you play games?

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The 980 ti was for 370$ on newegg, RIP resale value of Furys biggrin.gif
Ok here is the deal (own a Nano too).

If you run uncapped / with vsync off. the GPU will run at 100% unless held back by the processor, which means it will heat up fast and reach its stock threshold of 85C, and with the fans capped at 60% in Crimson, your gonna run into some standard throttling/

Couple of things you can do to alleviate the issue:

1. If noise is not an issue > set the upper fan speed limit to 100%.

OR

2. Use V-sync, the GPU will be used anywhere between 30%, 50%, 80% or 100% depending on graphics settings, age of game, refresh rate on monitor. Since it will limit GPU use, the fan should be able to keep temperatures in check.

Currently playing Thief at highest settings at 1440p, V-Sync (60Hz), GPU usage around 50-60%. Overdrive settings at 60% upper fan speed limit. Temperatures hover around 68C-72C.

If you stick with the stock overdrive settings and v-sync off, the GPU will eventually reach 85C and heat your case real fast.

This is actually the only graphics card where Ive had to make sure V-sync was on and prevent 100% usage lol - just to keep temps low and the fans from revving upto 100C.

When I eventually play Rise of the Tomb Raider, Il lmake sure to have special noise cancelling headphones and crank it up to 100% fan speed to play tongue.gif

FTC (Framerate Target Control) can also help reduce temperature.
Edited by bluezone - 6/20/16 at 1:06pm
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here is a picture.

How is your frame rate when you play games?


Does that actually work? do you have temps of before and after?
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