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How do you keep your cards so cool ?? My card easily goes over 75*C even at default settings reaching 80*C. I tried every possible fan combination to change airflow with no decent result . I thought I solved the problem but nowhere near. Could my card be faulty ? The back plate gets so hot I can't even keep my hand on it.

I cant say if there is an issue with your card but I can share my own temps for comparison.

Last night while doing firestrike extreme and ultra runs, fans set at 60%, boost clocks between 1980-2030mhz, ram 9000mhz my temps never went over 65c with an ambient temperature of 28c.
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do what you can to get dead air out of the case, and as much fresh air in as possible. not just related to the graphics card. if I ever ran my side panel, i'd have 4 120mm fans blowing fresh air into the case, with 3 120mm fans blowing that-now dead air out of the case. but then again I never run my side panel.

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i got a MSI Gaming X. was able to achieve a stable +100 mhz OC on the Core and +700 on the memory. (Can Benchmark at 750 all the way through but starts artifacting towards the end.)


with a 5% power limit increase.

Highest ive seen the temps were 69*C load during haven when i was messing with power limit and some voltage.

after 2050mhz my core didnt like it.

Tried raising voltage up to 70% and tried getting 2100 stable but couldnt. oh well i can live with this. its still a solid OC. and apparently fantastic memory lol.

Picture of my OC.




validation -> https://www.techpowerup.com/gpuz/details/kmse9
Edited by Teufel9000 - 7/13/16 at 2:05pm
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i got a MSI Gaming X. was able to achieve a stable +100 mhz OC on the Core and +700 on the memory. (Can Benchmark at 750 all the way through but starts artifacting towards the end.)


with a 5% power limit increase.

Highest ive seen the temps were 69*C load during haven when i was messing with power limit and some voltage.

after 2050mhz my core didnt like it.

Tried raising voltage up to 70% and tried getting 2100 stable but couldnt. oh well i can live with this. its still a solid OC. and apparently fantastic memory lol.

Picture of my OC.




try this: take your mem to +200mhz instead of +700mhz and then take your core back to 2100mhz from the 2050mhz. see if you can get it stable with those parameters.
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try this: take your mem to +200mhz instead of +700mhz and then take your core back to 2100mhz from the 2050mhz. see if you can get it stable with those parameters.


I always mess with CORE clocks first. i didnt touch the memory clock until i found where the Core stopped being stable. i might get it stable if i keep the gpu at 100% power load all the time so it doesnt downclock.

Core just doesnt wanna budge lol. and im not sure if i wanna go to 100% voltage.... but i mean im NO WHERE near bad tempatures. and that was when i was playing with the power limit too.
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My case is open (core P5) and ambient is around 21c. The cooler on the MSI manages to keep the card between 50*-56*c with 100% fan speed in those conditions. I have had a few long (6+ hours) gaming sessions and it still managed to keep that 56*c max.

That should explain it then. I have 26*C ambient temps with an open case and fans running at 60% max, any higher it's unbearably loud.
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I cant say if there is an issue with your card but I can share my own temps for comparison.

Last night while doing firestrike extreme and ultra runs, fans set at 60%, boost clocks between 1980-2030mhz, ram 9000mhz my temps never went over 65c with an ambient temperature of 28c.

You must have very good airflow, there can't be such a huge difference between ASUS and gigabyte. I just can'r explain these very high temps. Don't think it can be PSU related, even if it's 7 years old now.
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That should explain it then. I have 26*C ambient temps with an open case and fans running at 60% max, any higher it's unbearably loud.
You must have very good airflow, there can't be such a huge difference between ASUS and gigabyte. I just can'r explain these very high temps. Don't think it can be PSU related, even if it's 7 years old now.

The case is a antec 900. 2x120mm intake, 120mm and 200mm out. Side panels are on. Front intakes are pretty much blowing "cold" air right on the gpu since it barely fits in the case lol.
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That should explain it then. I have 26*C ambient temps with an open case and fans running at 60% max, any higher it's unbearably loud.
You must have very good airflow, there can't be such a huge difference between ASUS and gigabyte. I just can'r explain these very high temps. Don't think it can be PSU related, even if it's 7 years old now.

That's pretty high with that card I think.

It has more fans than my EVGA SC and I'm 30C at idle (40% fan speed) in a closed tower, and I don't even get to 60C (under 75% fan speed) while gaming, even less during benchmarking.
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That should explain it then. I have 26*C ambient temps with an open case and fans running at 60% max, any higher it's unbearably loud.

Luckily the Twin Frozr VI cooler is pretty quiet even at 100%. I either have the speakers turned up or my headset on when I play games so I just let it fly at 100% to keep the boost up as much as possible.
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Core just doesnt wanna budge lol. and im not sure if i wanna go to 100% voltage.... but i mean im NO WHERE near bad tempatures. and that was when i was playing with the power limit too.

I don't think the voltage slider is doing anything for you. At 70% (whatever the % is supposed to be) you are still only at 1.062V. I'd bet money that if you went back to 0% you'd still be at the same 1.062V.

It's the same for me - I get 1.062V max no matter what I change the slider to. Haven't tried the Gigabyte utility yet, but I think it is still based on Rivatuner so I doubt it is any different.
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