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why my temps are high Palit GTX570 SP

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i dont know why my Card its hot i was playing battlefield bc2 i saw my temps 84c , are this temps normal? or faulty card? this test stock clock and 80% fan speeed 29fcwwg.png
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I just looked it up. those are normal temps for that card.

EDIT: woops no they aren't.
Have you checked for dust? is the card being blocked by your 460?
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Originally Posted by thrasherht;12305433 
I just looked it up. those are normal temps for that card.

i remember my galaxy GTX580 reference heatshink was cooler
Edited by quiquirinn - 2/8/11 at 8:42pm
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Originally Posted by thrasherht;12305433 
I just looked it up. those are normal temps for that card.

EDIT: woops no they aren't.
Have you checked for dust? is the card being blocked by your 460?

i remove the GTX460 to install a PCI exhaust fan

edit : card its 1 week old
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Palit is same as Gainward? Either way i have a Gainward 570 GTX GLH, Clocked to 845Core and when i play BC2 i max temp on 75/76c with 55% Fan speed.
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Change the thermal paste on it. I have a dual fan palit card as well and temps were horrid until I did this.
     
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Something is odd: fan speed at 80% but the core temp is 44C. This seems very high to me, given that the usage is merely 5%.

1st: 5% is low usage and so the temp should be around mid to high 30's C. Unless the ambient temp is high, core temp should not reach 44C. Check to see if the core downclocks to 51MHz when idling at 0%.

2nd: 80% fan speed is very high at such low usage. Such a powerful speed should drive the core temp down 'substantially'. Yet it is not. ???

As a comparison, my GTX570 (core 780) idles around 36C (ambient 22C) with 40% fan speed.

As suggested by a few, perhaps you should examine whether the stock cooler (+thermal pase) is installed/applied properly at the factory. There is a small chance that it is not. But before taking it apart, eliminate other possibilities first. How about that PCI exhaust fan? Could it be sucking air away from the intalke fans of the Palit? Perhaps you upload a pic of the interior of your case?
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Speaks a lot for Palit.

I agree on applying new TIM.
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post #9 of 10
did you solve this? I have the exact same card, and my temp right now typing this with no game running in the background is 48c @ 34 % fan speed. Core is @ 822. No major overclocking, and i have a pretty well ventilated tower...???
post #10 of 10
well just checked on this...according to this review its normal:
http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Palit/GeForce_GTX_570_Sonic_Platinum/31.html
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