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post #1991 of 18197
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Running f@h gpu on my 560 ti, I'm around 60-61C. Idle, I'm around 30C. That's with standard nvidia control center automatic fan control (fan speed at 60C right now is 56%).

ninja edit - I should add that's at stock speeds, and MSI's Twin Frozr model with high-end thermal paste. If you're seeing such high temps...how new is the card? I remember my old 8800gt was hitting 98C+ until I blew the dust out of the card...then it went back down to a not-so-great-but-better 80C.
Unfortunately this type of anecdotal data won't get us any closer. We need to know things like ambient temperature, screenshots to validate data.
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My 580 is very new. I hit 88*c with GTAIV running on max settings. My ambient temps are 24*c. I know it's not a bad card because I was only hitting 73*c~ish with the old case, same ambient temps.
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Just done a quick test. My 6970 idled at 40'c and hit a maximum of 76'c after a few loops of 3DMark11.
Case intake temp was 22.2'c.
A probe in the exhaust air stream of the referance ATi cooler showed a 35'c idle and 64.7'c max.
Fan speed never went above 34%.
Edited by Frontsidebus - 6/22/11 at 10:46am
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post #1995 of 18197
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The roominess and how it looked drew me toward it. But if I have to have 15 million fans or watercooling to keep everything happy, I'm just going to return it. It's hard to sit there and watch my GPU get so hot.

I have to say though, the room behind the motherboard is VERY nice. I crammed so many cords back there and it never was hard to close back up.
I just posted this in the NVIDIA forum, but i hit 85c with dual MSIGTX Lightnings overclocked at 940MHz for 30 minutes of 3dMark11.

At 900MHz, they never got over 70c. The top card never got over 65c. Im using an H70 with a 4.8ghz overclock on a 2600k as well.

I have the mesh side panel and 2 fans installed there, which may be why im seeing such low temps. Or it may be because the Twin Frozr IIIs on the MSIs are really awesome.

For fans, im using 2 Gentle Typhoons @ 1450rpm and my computer is very quiet (anecdotal and subjective I know, but I have no means of measuring sound).
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I do. 30-32 DBc 1m from front left of case.
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post #1997 of 18197
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Unfortunately this type of anecdotal data won't get us any closer. We need to know things like ambient temperature, screenshots to validate data.
This wasn't an attempt to be part of your data pool on best case configuration. This was an answer to a simple question of "how hot does your GPU run?" Anecdotal data should serve perfectly fine for that purpose.

eternal7trance, I should add that I do have a mesh side panel with 4x120mm Xigmatek white LED fans (the ones with the translucent black frames), and an Antec 200mm Big Boy fan instead of the stock white LED fan up front. Both of them blow right by the GPU, so that is probably helping temps stay low. Also a CM 120mm fan in the back, can't remember the model. Top fan is still the stock 200mm fan. Ambient is probably somewhere around 78 deg F, if the thermostat is working properly.

I agree with the previous assessment that stock, this case doesn't move a heck of a lot of air. With the mesh side panel, replacement fans, and slight mods (removing the plastic from the front/top removable panels), I think it's a lot better.
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This wasn't an attempt to be part of your data pool on best case configuration. This was an answer to a simple question of "how hot does your GPU run?" Anecdotal data should serve perfectly fine for that purpose.

eternal7trance, I should add that I do have a mesh side panel with 4x120mm Xigmatek white LED fans (the ones with the translucent black frames), and an Antec 200mm Big Boy fan instead of the stock white LED fan up front. Both of them blow right by the GPU, so that is probably helping temps stay low. Also a CM 120mm fan in the back, can't remember the model. Top fan is still the stock 200mm fan. Ambient is probably somewhere around 78 deg F, if the thermostat is working properly.

I agree with the previous assessment that stock, this case doesn't move a heck of a lot of air. With the mesh side panel, replacement fans, and slight mods (removing the plastic from the front/top removable panels), I think it's a lot better.
I didn't think it was, I was using it as an example of what not to do

Thanks for posting your ambients anyway!
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Anyone interested in buying a Used 600t SE? Selling for $135 + shipping only a month old, nothing wrong. 2 extra 120mm fans, one in 5.25 bays and one on top of HDD trays
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why would you be selling it? its the perfect case
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