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I'm currently using a 6850 Crossfire setup, and a single 5870 before this. I have tried a GTX 480 for a few days and I can feel that it heated up my room. 5870 and 6850s runs much cooler compared to GTX 480.

Now I'm considering selling my 6850s and getting a GTX 580, mainly because dual card solution gets a little buggy sometimes and it bothers me. GTX 570/580 gets very solid FPS in Bad Company 2 and other games that I play a lot.

However, I'm really concerned about the temperature since I had horrible experience with GTX 480. Anyone here with single 570/580 notice big change in room temperature after a few hours of gaming?
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As long as your not running furmark or FaH 24/7 your gonna be fine and a single card solution is ALWAYS more stable than duel card/chip solutions.
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I'm currently using a 6850 Crossfire setup, and a single 5870 before this. I have tried a GTX 480 for a few days and I can feel that it heated up my room. 5870 and 6850s runs much cooler compared to GTX 480.

Now I'm considering selling my 6850s and getting a GTX 580, mainly because dual card solution gets a little buggy sometimes and it bothers me. GTX 570/580 gets very solid FPS in Bad Company 2 and other games that I play a lot.

However, I'm really concerned about the temperature since I had horrible experience with GTX 480. Anyone here with single 570/580 notice big change in room temperature after a few hours of gaming?
I've been folding pretty much non stop the past couple days and I dont notice the heat in a very small corner/den in my apartment. The card sits at 63c pretty much all day.
 
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No noticeable changes in room temp. Mine barely puts out a slow yawns worth of air while running furmark.
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I've been folding pretty much non stop the past couple days and I dont notice the heat in a very small corner/den in my apartment. The card sits at 63c pretty much all day.
lucky, just imagine two cards. For me, the top card runs anywhere from 75c all the way to 90c, while the second card gets like 67-74c tops.
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Anyone here with single 570/580 notice big change in room temperature after a few hours of gaming?
This is subjective and no hard data to prove anything but I game on a GTX570 for a few hours on Black Ops and I do not feel any difference (ambient =20C).

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I've been folding pretty much non stop the past couple days and I dont notice the heat in a very small corner/den in my apartment. The card sits at 63c pretty much all day.
But you live in Alaska and so it does not count...lol...just joking.
Seriously, you may consider outside-air-cooling, perhaps as a fun project?
http://www.overclock.net/air-cooling...cooling-2.html
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They are not cold cards but not overheaters like the 470/480.

I tried the 6870 and I will say this, they run near the same temps in Crysis (77ish) but the 570/580's push way more heat out than the ATI cards.

So more parts of your computer will get hot. Look at the power charts for the 570/580 cards. They use more power and generate more heat. So even though they run at a decent temp they move more heat. Understand? I think they just made a really good stock heater for these cards.

I tried and returned a 6870cf combo for a GTX580 due to crappy drivers. Go for it. However, I bet ATI fixes the 6850cf drivers eventually.

Skip the 570, I have it in my sig and in a comp for now, it won't be there for long. 580!
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A few things to take into consideration regarding heat. First how well ventilated is your case. How many monitors you running. What kind of cooling. I see your one monitor and you have enough power supply just like me.

First time EVGA owner. First time top of the line GPU too. I had an AMD 6870 and rather than go Crossfire I refunded it and went the single card solution because of the same things you mentioned. I'm really happy thus far.

I'm using the EVGA Precision v2.02 software to control my fans on auto. It has a very good auto control graph once turned on. Nvidia driver for it are new but not buggy at all. Not like AMD's 10.12 driver that would give me BSOD every now and again when turning on my computer from power savings. In fact problem was solved since switching.

I have a GTX 580 SC. I have 2 - 200mm top & bottom fan / 1 - 140mm side fan / 1 - 120mm back fan in CM HAF 912 case with one monitor. 1900x1280 resolution.
Using EVGA Precision v2.02 software auto fan on.
Idle Temp 40C Fan 45%
Full throttle temp : Crysis: AA 4X 1900X1200 Enthusiast Mode - Temp 71C Fan 77%

Hope that helps give you a gage. Well ventilated rig with house temp 76 degree all year around. Single GPU solution with GTX 580.

Running two monitors I've read the idle temp is 60C-65C and full throttle 80C-85C. Having said that with Nvidia you don't have to worry about heat temp until about 93C in fact they are ok up until 97C.

You can order a high flow backplate from EVGA that opens the slots a bit more and will give you 1-2 degrees less heat for $9.99 US if you want to. It's very minor but fun to tweak your card, even add a cool arse back plate for $9.99 US for cosmetics . Hey it's a hobby for some of us!

Nvidia cards are known to run hot and built to handle it. Nvidia has addressed this issue though with the GTX 580/570 better than with any other card prior to it.

New Vapor Chamber technology for one. On the GTX 580 new power monitoring hardware that monitors power levels and then will dynamically adjust performance from having excessive power draw which result in less power hungry and cooler GPU than a GTX 480 with 10.3% more power.

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you will do fine since the GTX 5 series has revamped coolers..plus a few improvements on architecture(since its GF110)..plus they give you more headroom for OC..

but still i have no complaints on my GTX 470 SLI setup..it heats up..for me its normal when i play..
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Forgot to mention - overclocking effects heat too. I've got mine @ 838Mhz/1051Mhz/1676Mhz. Very slightly overclocked to obtain 40.2 Gpixel Pixel Fillrate and 201.8 GB's Bandwidth with no voltage tweak needed and way stable. I don't want to push it.

     
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