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MikeV_E36, those temps are higher than mine, actually. Per Everest Ultimate, given the 22 degs C ambients I've been having lately, my motherboard temperature reports in at 33-35 degs C. Of course, I'm willing to bet that my ambient temperatures are warmer than yours.

Your temperatures are what I tend to get (40-42 degs C) during the height of summer, when my bedroom's temperature gets up to maybe 33 degs C when it's really scorching...
Is the 33-35 achieved with a silent fan setup?
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wow I've never seen my A8N32Sli run under 30ceslius even when in fully stock
Move 90cfm through the stock AMD heatsink and see what happens
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Is the 33-35 achieved with a silent fan setup?
Well... silence is a subjective quality.

If it's at all helpful, that temperature is what I get with the SI-128SE and Scythe Ultra Kaze 120mm x 38mm combination. The Ultra Kaze is running under-volted via my fan controller, so it's not running at top speed/noise potential. It's quiet enough for me.

Whether it will be for you is another question altogether.

Also, be mindful of your ambient temperatures (always a factor in discussing any sort of system temperatures, no matter what heatsink/radiator setup you're running).
    
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Well... silence is a subjective quality.

If it's at all helpful, that temperature is what I get with the SI-128SE and Scythe Ultra Kaze 120mm x 38mm combination. The Ultra Kaze is running under-volted via my fan controller, so it's not running at top speed/noise potential. It's quiet enough for me.

Whether it will be for you is another question altogether.

Also, be mindful of your ambient temperatures (always a factor in discussing any sort of system temperatures, no matter what heatsink/radiator setup you're running).
My ambient is 22 celsius and I can achieve 33 celsius by setting the intakes and exhausts to full rpms on my controller but for me personally that's not really silent So I'll stick with 37 celsius and silent enviroment for me to study lol. In my opinion the greater heating factor for my mobo at this time is the 4870 sitting on it... I remember my temps being well lower when I had the 7600GT on. Any tips to assist me to get things slightly cooler in there?
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My ambient is 22 celsius and I can achieve 33 celsius by setting the intakes and exhausts to full rpms on my controller but for me personally that's not really silent So I'll stick with 37 celsius and silent enviroment for me to study lol. In my opinion the greater heating factor for my mobo at this time is the 4870 sitting on it... I remember my temps being well lower when I had the 7600GT on. Any tips to assist me to get things slightly cooler in there?

Raise the fan speed to 45% on the 4870. Thats still a tolerable level, anything higher than that it pretty loud. If youre not gaming or doing anything GPU intensive, 35% will suffice.
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My ambient is 22 celsius and I can achieve 33 celsius by setting the intakes and exhausts to full rpms on my controller but for me personally that's not really silent So I'll stick with 37 celsius and silent enviroment for me to study lol. In my opinion the greater heating factor for my mobo at this time is the 4870 sitting on it... I remember my temps being well lower when I had the 7600GT on. Any tips to assist me to get things slightly cooler in there?
MikeV, good point with the HD 4870 generating extra heat.

Given your present hardware, I think any improvements you'll get will be incremental at best. The only way to improve temperatures that I can think of is to somehow manage your airflow so that you get a faster evacuation of the GPU's heat (achievable with the stock cooler if you use CCC and manage your fan performance accordingly). I don't believe there are any HD4870-compatible coolers which evacuate the hot air out of the case (like the stock coolers do); I run a TRad2 on my HD4870; fortunately, my case has a mid-mounted fan that pushes air towards the back of the case, and I've got vented PCI slots and other openings that promote extraction of the hot air from inside the case.

Hope this gives you some helpful ideas.
    
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MikeV, good point with the HD 4870 generating extra heat.

Given your present hardware, I think any improvements you'll get will be incremental at best. The only way to improve temperatures that I can think of is to somehow manage your airflow so that you get a faster evacuation of the GPU's heat (achievable with the stock cooler if you use CCC and manage your fan performance accordingly). I don't believe there are any HD4870-compatible coolers which evacuate the hot air out of the case (like the stock coolers do); I run a TRad2 on my HD4870; fortunately, my case has a mid-mounted fan that pushes air towards the back of the case, and I've got vented PCI slots and other openings that promote extraction of the hot air from inside the case.

Hope this gives you some helpful ideas.
My 4870 would get SUPER hot if I didnt crank up the fan speed. 70*c @ IDLE!!! I swear the manufacturers are trying to fry peoples stuff.

@ 45% fan speed my card idles @ a whopping 44*C. Man the sound difference between 40 and 45% is pretty noticable.
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My ambient is 22 celsius and I can achieve 33 celsius by setting the intakes and exhausts to full rpms on my controller but for me personally that's not really silent So I'll stick with 37 celsius and silent enviroment for me to study lol. In my opinion the greater heating factor for my mobo at this time is the 4870 sitting on it... I remember my temps being well lower when I had the 7600GT on. Any tips to assist me to get things slightly cooler in there?
MikeV_E36, how do you have your fan set up in your CM 690? When I was running my 4850, I removed all of the I/O plates on the back of case and then set a fan on the bottom kind of about 45 degree's aimed at the card. That way it would help exhaust some of the excess heat coming from the video card. These cards do run warm. Do you have two 120mm fans installed up top? That really helps my processor temps dramatically including the components near the top of my case (caps and what not).

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My HD 4870x2, prior to driver installation, was around 70-75º C at idle. Once I installed the driver, it set fan speed at 20% on auto (or so) to make it in the mid-40s idle. Anything over 40% gets too loud for me to be comfortable. (Anything over 28 dBA is intolerable for me.)
     
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This is how my case is arranged. Fans are: 2x120 at top exhaust, 1x120 at back exhaust, 1x120 at bottom intake, 1x120 at window intake, 1x120 front intake, 1x80 at mobo backside intake, 1x40mm next to the cpu socket (NB i think), 1x120 scythe 2000rpm on ultra 120.

The thing with 4870 is not really the heat that generates but the way it's dissipated and spread inside the case. I got my fan @1800rpm (way down 40%) and the gpu idles at 39. Though the heat is not exhausted from the back side as there are many gaps in the hfs cover and the air goes everywhere else than back. I set 100% at the gpu fan but still can't feel any air pressure on my hand from the back.


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