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i have no idea what you mean...

what's a custom fan curve and how do i set that with that prog?

by ambient temps, you mean the room?

i think round 20 degrees.
Yes, I mean the room, 20 degrees ambient is good.

You'll want to do this:
MSI Afterburner > Settings > Fan tab > Enable user defined fan curve and then set a curve that ramps the fan to 100% when your cards reach something like 80C.
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god that's loud!!!

and i imagine not very good for lifespan of fans, or am i wrong?
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god that's loud!!!

and i imagine not very good for lifespan of fans, or am i wrong?
The worst that can happen for the fan is that the oil dries quicker. The fan motor gets far more current when the fan starts than it does when running at a constant speed, so it shouldn't be bad.
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ok. tried restarting and cannot get to see bios correctly. still showing just the top left corner of the bios.
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ok. tried restarting and cannot get to see bios correctly. still showing just the top left corner of the bios.
Try a BIOS flash?
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The worst that can happen for the fan is that the oil dries quicker. The fan motor gets far more current when the fan starts than it does when running at a constant speed, so it shouldn't be bad.
can you give me some tips to set up a good curve, when what speed should kick in...?
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can you give me some tips to set up a good curve, when what speed should kick in...?
Nope, try it yourself. I'd set it to 100% at 85C (to ensure that if it ever gets hot, it won't overheat) and set it to something like 20% for <50C, but if you feel your idle temps are high, you can set it a bit higher at idle. Your card's max temp is ~100C, so keep it under 90C.


Unrelated: I'm rendering a movie right now and I must say this CPU is awesome. I'm rendering a 7:30 minute 1080p .wmv in 25 minutes, used to take me hours.
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When i still had HD6970 i used default "user defined" fan curve at afterburner which i think was 1c = 1%. So lets say card is running at 74 degrees then fan is running at 74%. But if you find that is not good enough for you then just modify it for your needs and preferences.
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I just bought a P67A-G43, 2500K and a hyper 212 Plus to do a value non-SLI overclocker's box with. I had my mind made up on the G.Skill Value Series DDR3 1333 RAM (two 4GB sticks -- http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16820231423). After reading about some of the compatibility issues with the B3 MSI boards and G.Skill in this thread, I took the memory off my order -- anyone have a good recommendation for something similar that won't give me stability problems? Thanks.
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btx926: These worked fine for me, although I have not overclocked them past 1600:

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