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Either way the gpu is going to cop heat from the psu or cpu frown.gif you could prob squeeze a thick 120mm rad with some persuasion haha
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In the olden days PSUs were built to be used as CPU exhaust. I'm sure the ATX spec hasn't gotten any more lax since then, so you could try this; set the top fan to intake, rotate the heatsink sideways (like Danzie suggested) and flip the fan on the heatsink so it blows into the PSU intake.
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I'm using pmw.
That was STOCK!!!

I found the thread on Pro vs Ultra and they do talk about applying just the right amount or temp ranges can be drastic. Also to apply on both ihs and cooler. I believe the instructions say the same.

Now to figure out the 970. others are reporting 80c as well at full load. Not good enough. Switch out pads maybe?

Undervolt via power target and core clock.
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What voltage is it running stock clocks?
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Took it apart. ill let you know. I think i saw 1.138. Think

Now, reading up on the Pro again. Im seeing people use it on GPUs but like you said, avoid aluminum. If i read correctly, reference 970/980s have aluminum heatsinks but from reviews i believe the ASUS uses copper

I should be good to go right?
post #36 of 80
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Originally Posted by Loladinas View Post

In the olden days PSUs were built to be used as CPU exhaust. I'm sure the ATX spec hasn't gotten any more lax since then, so you could try this; set the top fan to intake, rotate the heatsink sideways (like Danzie suggested) and flip the fan on the heatsink so it blows into the PSU intake.

Yeah I'd recommend that as well, but with an open lid, your temps should be a LOT better.

Maybe you should try it with the thermal paste supplied with the NH-L9i, that worked quite well for me.
If temps then aren't good enough you can still experiment with other pastes, but at least you'd have a baseline for cooler performance. Also try running the board outside the case first, then inside with open lid.
Maybe remove the top fan and see how that changes temps.
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Is there any way to rig a 10mm thin 120mm fan underneath the GPU (it looks like there's vents underneath the GPU) so that it's exhausting hot air the case? If there's enough clearance, you could essentially run a dual fan setup with the top fan as intake, the bottom as exhaust, and this might just be enough of a push to keep your thermals in check.
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Another 970/osmi user is hitting 80 only during stress test/Heaven and 70-75 during gaming. I don't have anything installed yet. Any games or benchmarks recommended? I'm hearing Crysis 3 as being a great litmus test for gpus.
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Is there any way to rig a 10mm thin 120mm fan underneath the GPU (it looks like there's vents underneath the GPU) so that it's exhausting hot air the case? If there's enough clearance, you could essentially run a dual fan setup with the top fan as intake, the bottom as exhaust, and this might just be enough of a push to keep your thermals in check.

From what I know this would only work if you removed the shroud of the GPU cooler and the GPUs fan, and even then it could get problematic depending on the model you're using. In that scenario, a GALAX/KFA² GTX 970 Gamer OC card could yield the best results because you could actually use a thicker fan (15-20, maybe even 25mm) because of the way the heatsink is designed. Should fit through the gap at the front, so the extra 8mm over the other ITX cards won't matter.
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From what I know this would only work if you removed the shroud of the GPU cooler and the GPUs fan, and even then it could get problematic depending on the model you're using. In that scenario, a GALAX/KFA² GTX 970 Gamer OC card could yield the best results because you could actually use a thicker fan (15-20, maybe even 25mm) because of the way the heatsink is designed. Should fit through the gap at the front, so the extra 8mm over the other ITX cards won't matter.

U read my mind when I first bought the case. The Galax is 178-179mm. I thought the odd/ssd side was at the end of the gpu. It's not. That's the front of the case and there's maybe 1-2mm left for sata cables. I really wanted that card. Basically a full fledged 970, barely bigger than itx AND only 299. I'll take a pic of that if u want.
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