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dang 35c is almost 100f, thats hot lol. this definitely doesn't help the card temps

35 is normally pretty bad temps ... but averaging 30c is pretty standard ... ... that is why I was looking at watercooling or getting a larger cooler ... but I never knew the heat pipe orientation was a problem
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I never knew that the heatpipe orientation made so much difference ... I thought that the design of a heatpipe meant it can be mounted any which way ... ... could this be the cause of my heat woes ??

heatpipe orientation is the most important factor when selecting a GPU for the FT02. unfortunately most GPU's are built for standard cases so the orientation matters little. however with FT02 (or any other case with vertical mounting for the GPU) you should do careful research in how the heatpipes are oriented so the liquid inside the pipe doesn't have to climb more then 2 inchs to reach the heat source. if you examine your card

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you will see when mounted vertically, 2 pipes are positioned above the heat source (which gravity helps drain the liquid back down to the heat source) and 2 pipes are positioned below the heat source (which relies on the wick inside the pipe to climb up to the heat source) you will see the 3rd heatpipe drop down roughly 2 inchs away from the heat source, that is about the limit of what liquid can climb with capillary action of the wick. the 4th pipe is a total write off since there is no way in hell liquid can climb up that far regardless of what kind of wick they use inside that pipe.


all things considered, the twin frozer has 3 heatpipes working for it and with the superior air cooling power of the FT02, there should not be a problem at all.... either SOMETHING isn't right in your system or you have gone WAAAAY too high on your OCing for air cooling.
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Ambient room temp is around 28-35c during summer ...

that does NOT sound right at all... you sure your AP181's are working properly? biggrin.gif what RPM are those 181's spinning at? what do you have your GPU's clocked at? can you link of a pic of what your rig looks like? the 560ti twin frozer is NOT that hot of a card... at 93C you are at the border of dangerous temps... did you listen to the advice of some dumbarse and remove the fan filter from your system? do you now have a dust problem from removing the dust filters? those temps doesn't sound right at all for a 560ti twin frozer... what clock/voltage are you running?
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that does NOT sound right at all...

Tell me about it ... South Africa gets pretty hot ... lol

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you sure your AP181's are working properly? biggrin.gif what RPM are those 181's spinning at?

They are all spinning and I have them set 2 max ...

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what do you have your GPU's clocked at?

My GPU is at std OC ... Core: 950, Shader: 1900, Memory: 2100 ...

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can you link of a pic of what your rig looks like?

Done and done ... ... Just ignore the dirty table ... redface.gif

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did you listen to the advice of some dumbarse and remove the fan filter from your system?

Nope ... still have all the fan filters and I clean them twice a month

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what clock/voltage are you running?

1.037V

I also have a very very aggressive fan profile that makes my card sound like a jet fighter ... every degree the fan increases to the same amount ... so 80c = 80% fan ... etc

I also can't RMA ... the more I try get a hold of MSI ... the more I get ignored ...
Edited by Emissary of Pain - 5/9/12 at 12:49pm
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hum... from your pic, you have a VERY clean build. i have no idea why your temps would be anywhere near that high frown.gif if you didn't mentioned this problem, I'd guess you run somewhere around 65 to 70c on full load. even given your abnormally high ambient, you shouldn't go above 80 to 85c at all.... you are showing a full 10c above the expected temps for your card... if none of the fans are at fault (AP181 AND the fans on the twin frozer) then i'd have to say there may be something wrong with the TIM on the twin frozer and you may have to reapply the TIM on the twin frozer. (long and pain in the arse procedure but i cant think of anything that would cause this problem... frown.gif ) there is a slim possibility the card is fine but only the temp sensors are bad... does the air coming out of the GPU FEEL like they can cook an egg? if it's really reaching 93c, you can definitely feel the heat with your fingers if you put your fingers on the exhaust of the gpu.
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hum... from your pic, you have a VERY clean build. i have no idea why your temps would be anywhere near that high frown.gif if you didn't mentioned this problem, I'd guess you run somewhere around 65 to 70c on full load. even given your abnormally high ambient, you shouldn't go above 80 to 85c at all.... you are showing a full 10c above the expected temps for your card... if none of the fans are at fault (AP181 AND the fans on the twin frozer) then i'd have to say there may be something wrong with the TIM on the twin frozer and you may have to reapply the TIM on the twin frozer. (long and pain in the arse procedure but i cant think of anything that would cause this problem... frown.gif ) there is a slim possibility the card is fine but only the temp sensors are bad... does the air coming out of the GPU FEEL like they can cook an egg? if it's really reaching 93c, you can definitely feel the heat with your fingers if you put your fingers on the exhaust of the gpu.

agreed, another question to ask is what you are using to read the temps? maybe there is something here we could at least rule out the possibility.
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like this.
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You can use double sided tape or velcro to mount the fan. It brought my temps down a few degrees on my cards.

But that is an RV02, if do that to mine it will face the CPU heatsink
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post #3317 of 6398
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hum... from your pic, you have a VERY clean build. i have no idea why your temps would be anywhere near that high frown.gif if you didn't mentioned this problem, I'd guess you run somewhere around 65 to 70c on full load. even given your abnormally high ambient, you shouldn't go above 80 to 85c at all.... you are showing a full 10c above the expected temps for your card... if none of the fans are at fault (AP181 AND the fans on the twin frozer) then i'd have to say there may be something wrong with the TIM on the twin frozer and you may have to reapply the TIM on the twin frozer. (long and pain in the arse procedure but i cant think of anything that would cause this problem... frown.gif ) there is a slim possibility the card is fine but only the temp sensors are bad... does the air coming out of the GPU FEEL like they can cook an egg? if it's really reaching 93c, you can definitely feel the heat with your fingers if you put your fingers on the exhaust of the gpu.

The area in the pic below and the air coming from the tower are definitely warm ... the area marked on my side panel actually gets hot to the touch ... not to hot 2 touch but u can definitely feel a bunch of heat there

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agreed, another question to ask is what you are using to read the temps? maybe there is something here we could at least rule out the possibility.

I am using MSI Afterburner 2.1.0
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Can you ask to a my question please :
VERY IMPORTANT

Whit Raven 02 the bottom fans are 180mm but the 3 bottom microperforated grids are not 180mm, what is the real size ? 140mm ?
I speak about this :

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you don't see the grill,you see the holls for screws. i think only 180 can take. it can take and smaller too,but with some chenges
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The area in the pic below and the air coming from the tower are definitely warm ... the area marked on my side panel actually gets hot to the touch ... not to hot 2 touch but u can definitely feel a bunch of heat there
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I am using MSI Afterburner 2.1.0

i was able to replicate the problem you are having, however, i had to dial my AP181's down to below 500 RPM (barely pushing any air at that speed) while running both heaven and prime... granted my ambient isn't anywhere near yours, but at that fan speed, the system is practically running passive... with your aggressive fan profile, it should not be that hot frown.gif

when you said the air coming out is definitely warm, you wouldn't happen to have a thermometer to put on the exhaust of the MSI card do you? it's difficult to judge "warm" when your ambient temp is pretty damn hot to begin with biggrin.gif maybe you can measure the exhaust temp (put the thermometer right on the exhaust of the MSI card and leave it there for like 15 min's while you run heaven and prime together. that will give a worst case scenario temp and we can try to troubleshoot this further. also keep an eye on the ambient temp so we can convert it back to normal temps... still tho. we are talking a full 10c difference from expected temp so i'm not sure if any of this will do any good frown.gif

PS did you set a custom fan profile for the MSI card?
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