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so under extreme conditions the new faster chip runs 5c lower temps and the new cooler is worth 8c, very interesting. I'm glad someone was able to get the 480's cooler on a 580 so we could check the results. thanks Open1Your1Eyes0.
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You never use Furmark or OCCT to test stability
What makes you say that?
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the only thing.... my 480 even with a 900mhz core clock.... doesn't go over 70DEG C with the AXP cooler... that includes furmark

and i only use 60% FAN!!!

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In order to compare GPU heating value between GTX 580 and GTX 480 more exactly,this time we used AC Accelero Xtreme Plus cooler with fan speed controlled at 85%,and graphics frequency and GPU voltage were kept in default state.
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Originally Posted by hodgoes2001 View Post
the only thing.... my 480 even with a 900mhz core clock.... doesn't go over 70DEG C with the AXP cooler... that includes furmark
what are your ambients?
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I don't know about you guys and gals, but i sit in front of my computer and burn the crap out of it while it runs furmark 24/7. Gaming, encoding, and editing be damned i only run furmark on my computer all day.

Starring at a spinning fuzzy ring is more important than anything else don't you forget it.
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You never use Furmark or OCCT to test stability
OCCT is a great GPU stability tester. It has an error checker and usually encounters errors well before they are severe enough to visible in FurMark or games.

This usually results in me having lower GPU OCs that what others find acceptable, but I can be almost completely certain of stability.
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what are your ambients?
about 32 Deg C
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You never use Furmark or OCCT to test stability
Wait, what do you use then? A game and you eyeball it?
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Originally Posted by BallaTheFeared View Post
Riou, unless I'm reading it wrong when they used the same cooler the gtx 580 with higher clocks and better performance was 5C cooler than the gtx 480.
My bad.
Edited by Riou - 11/18/10 at 12:09pm
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Originally Posted by Xeio View Post
Wait, what do you use then? A game and you eyeball it?
Crysis is a good game to test stability, F@H software is good too

Furmark and OCCT are not good programs to test stability. They just make your video card hotter than anything else but is not testing stability
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OCCT is a great GPU stability tester. It has an error checker and usually encounters errors well before they are severe enough to visible in FurMark or games.

This usually results in me having lower GPU OCs that what others find acceptable, but I can be almost completely certain of stability.
OCCT gives errors on stock clocks, that was the case for both my GTX 280 and GTX 285. I would not consider it a good stability test. No game ever gave me artifacts at stock clocks on those cards either
Edited by saulin - 11/18/10 at 12:10pm
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