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post #21 of 31
i have the exact same card as you and i'm having the same thing happen, mine idles anywhere from 65-70 c

i think these cards just run a little hot
post #22 of 31
Question from this newstuph n00b.

Is their any disadvantage in adjusting your fan speed to 100% (seeing that he has his at 80%), besides... noise, and perhaps, power?
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post #23 of 31
i'm idling at 62/63 with my 8800 GTS Superclocked. and i've got the AeroCool case with the 200 mm on the side (intake), 120 mm exhaust on the back, and 140 mm (intake) on the front. i have room for one more exhaust on the back and i might use it at some point...

So, i dunno. seems a little hot at idle, but it stays pretty solid at 62 with my case fans at about 3/4 rpm. any thoughts?
post #24 of 31
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Originally Posted by Requiem716 View Post
i'm idling at 62/63 with my 8800 GTS Superclocked. and i've got the AeroCool case with the 200 mm on the side (intake), 120 mm exhaust on the back, and 140 mm (intake) on the front. i have room for one more exhaust on the back and i might use it at some point...

So, i dunno. seems a little hot at idle, but it stays pretty solid at 62 with my case fans at about 3/4 rpm. any thoughts?
Generally having more exhaust than intake is good, so you might want to reduce the speeds of the side fan and of the front intake.
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post #25 of 31
I'm seeing you guys are getting pretty high temps...I have an 8600GT and i'm idling at 44C @ 680/800. I'm wondering if the difference between an 8800 and an 8600 is as much as 20-30 C?
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post #26 of 31
My 8800GTS 320 isn't a superclocked but it is a KO and it's idling at 49C and loads up to mid 60's depending on what game I'm playing. My room temp is 73F.
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post #27 of 31
I idle at 50-53 and never go past 72C load.

This is on a GTX on AIR.
post #28 of 31
Cooler days 54c idle 68c load, Warmer days, 60 idle 72c load. And as a few guys I think have said it never breaks 72... Sounds about normal to me anyways, I wouldn't worry about it unless you start getting artifacts.
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post #29 of 31
My 8800`s running very hot, Since ive gone Sli they idle over 60c,
And been creeping upto 73c, Ive got 3fans in 2 out,
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post #30 of 31
that seems way too hot...

I have an evga 8800gts superclocked 640mb card, overclocked via rivatuner to 665/1050, and I idle at 50c and load is 69-70c. Id either RMA the card or get better cooling. My rig is zalman 9700 cooled, 120mm rear exhaust, 120mm intake, 80mm side intake, and im in the basement which isnt that cool because of the dehumidifier...
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