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If you are really worried about those temps here is a fan speed unlocker
https://www.evga.com/forums/tm.aspx?m=725069&mpage=1&print=true
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post #42 of 62
Quote:
Originally Posted by GoosePants;12292100 
Lol^ this is my first High End Nvidia Card, next to when the 7900GT's were out. If I set the fan to auto, I get 85c in Crysis. If I set it with the profile (1c=1% fan) then I get 77.

The card will throttle long before any damage occurs, the core (which is what you are taking the temp of) is very difficult to kill without modifying the card or the bios. The GF110s throttle at 97 degrees, although they have better coolers and some transistor refinements compared to the original GF100 chips they still output a lot of heat. The naysayers will tell you that 80 degrees will lead to your card failing extremely quickly but GTX480s have run at those temps for a year now and failure rates are aberrant.

The 570s do seem to have insufficient VRMs installed but that doesn't really affect the amount of heat it can tolerate and if you aren't trying to play OCCT with OCP disabled it really is a non-issue.
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Thanks tickleme, so I should just leave the fan on Auto?
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I just do my own settings in afterburner. Trying to keep the fan at low RPM as much as possible so i can play games whitout having a computer sounding like a jetplane.

My fan hits 60% when GPU hits 80, SO the GPU wont go above 80c when gaming. Though Furmark push the card over 80 but then it kicks in at 85 Degress full speed if needed.

Does it spare the card in anyway to have high fan speed just to keep it as cool as possible even if the tems are below 80?
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If it's below 80° you're perfectly fine, no need to push the fan and produce more noise just for a few degrees.
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post #46 of 62
Quote:
Originally Posted by Telimektar;12294978 
If it's below 80° you're perfectly fine, no need to push the fan and produce more noise just for a few degrees.

Those degrees could be the difference between Artifacts and none. But i start freaking out if my cards go above 60 C in anything, (Unless i am specifically testing how well my cooling is, which in that case, my temps about max out a 75-80 C
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Depends on the card. From what I hear the 5xx series doesn't mind temps up to 100 degrees.
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Kevlo;12297991 
Those degrees could be the difference between Artifacts and none. But i start freaking out if my cards go above 60 C in anything, (Unless i am specifically testing how well my cooling is, which in that case, my temps about max out a 75-80 C

A GTX 570 won't artifact at 80°C, they can go to almost 100°C before throttling/artifacting/shutting down, my 4870X2 idles at 86°C so you definitely shouldn't freak out if your 4890 goes above 60 wink.gif
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Telimektar;12299627 
A GTX 570 won't artifact at 80°C, they can go to almost 100°C before throttling/artifacting/shutting down, my 4870X2 idles at 86°C so you definitely shouldn't freak out if your 4890 goes above 60 wink.gif

wth.gif Thats a bit high..... Dont cha think...
post #50 of 62
Its fine, and 5 series Fermis run cooler. (inb4 housefires)

In Precision or Afterburner the fan profile curve works the same way, click on the line to add points and drag them around, I think the max is 8 points.
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