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My idle temps with the gtx 570 are about 70-75 c that is clearly too high, but when its on load, it jumps to 85c locked only, even with 99% of usage, that really weird. My other card, gts 250 (PshyX dedicated), at idle stays on 50-53, and at load 65.
I think with a HAF 932 that temp is REALLY HIGH!
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Can you take a picture of the inside of your case? I think your Physx card might be too close to your Main GPU maybe.

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yeah i agree my 570 loads at 70c and thats at 900core clock, so somethings definitely not right
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my MSI GTX 570 has the same idle and load temps.

I made a simple custom fan profile and now it idles at 50c load at 65c.

While it is louder then my Original bios fan profile, its still relatively acceptable. the front fan in my case makes more noise then it soo its okay.
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Perhaps TIM applied badly? Could check it out if you're capable of doing so.
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Yeah that's definitely too high. Even my 470 which has only 1/4" air to breathe loads at that temp in games, while OCd to 800c. As others have said 1: set a custom fan profile in MSI Afterburner 2: Replace the thermal paste if 1 doesn't help.
    
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Originally Posted by Bluemustang View Post
Yeah that's definitely too high. Even my 470 which has only 1/4" air to breathe loads at that temp in games, while OCd to 800c. As others have said 1: set a custom fan profile in MSI Afterburner 2: Replace the thermal paste if 1 doesn't help.
God damn, 800C is hot.
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Perhaps TIM applied badly? Could check it out if you're capable of doing so.
What is TIM? O:
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my MSI GTX 570 has the same idle and load temps.

I made a simple custom fan profile and now it idles at 50c load at 65c.

While it is louder then my Original bios fan profile, its still relatively acceptable. the front fan in my case makes more noise then it soo its okay.
How do i make a fan profile? with what application?

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Can you take a picture of the inside of your case? I think your Physx card might be too close to your Main GPU maybe.

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Here are the photos (:




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What is TIM? O:

How do i make a fan profile? with what application?


Here are the photos (:
hmm, maybe you should switch the position of the GTX570. put it at the bottom so it sucks up that cool air. It looks like what the bottom card (in your pic) doesn't exhaust all its Hot air out of the case so maybe you 570 is sucking that hot air in. Plus if you put the 570 at the bottom it will vent most of its heat out of the case so the top card won't suffer either.
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Well,

Thanks for the pictures, they were rather helpful. From the looks of it you have enough room clear between your Physx card and your GTX570.

I'VE JUST SEEN IT, your computer is MILES too close to the wall behind it. Picture 3 of 5 you can see it's too close

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EDIT - Picture 5 changed that one, I thought it was too close
Edited by compuman145 - 2/11/11 at 3:56pm
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