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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.
Try this.

That temp is WAY to high for idle. Hope you get it sorted.
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If you want to set up a fan profile. Use MSI After burner. It's very easy to use.
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Ye use afterburner , do the clocks drop in 2d mode like ati cards ? if so then create a custom fan profile and ur clocks shuld drop and ur idle shuld be in the 50's 40's .
    
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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.
Man, how will i switch my gtx 570 position? the main card doesnt have to be at the top?
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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

Comps

EDIT - Picture 5 changed that one, I thought it was too close
Ok, i put it far from wall, (:

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If you want to set up a fan profile. Use MSI After burner. It's very easy to use.
When you say a fan profile, its just ajust the fan option, and save it to one of the profiles, no?

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Ye use afterburner , do the clocks drop in 2d mode like ati cards ? if so then create a custom fan profile and ur clocks shuld drop and ur idle shuld be in the 50's 40's .
Actually , nope, the clocks never drop down.


Well, i have made a profile with the fan at 80 (it seem a little higher) and the idle temps goes to 54c. Thats good, but i dont want to stay on 80 all the time, its too loud. Staying at 80 all time it could hurt my GPU fan?
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Man, how will i switch my gtx 570 position? the main card doesnt have to be at the top?

Ok, i put it far from wall, (:


When you say a fan profile, its just ajust the fan option, and save it to one of the profiles, no?


Actually , nope, the clocks never drop down.


Well, i have made a profile with the fan at 80 (it seem a little higher) and the idle temps goes to 54c. Thats good, but i dont want to stay on 80 all the time, its too loud. Staying at 80 all time it could hurt my GPU fan?
Your using more than one monitor? Thats why. clock speed wont drop. Idle temp will be high. Fans are $6.00 I wouldnt worry about the fan.

IF its 24" 1920x 1080 x how ever many monitor you have. so let say you have 3 =1920x 3= 5760. wait until you get you pwr bill $$. It cant down clock. Its at full throttle all the time.
Its a lot!
Edited by DrFPS - 2/12/11 at 8:56am
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Your using more than one monitor? Thats why. clock speed wont drop. Idle temp will be high. Fans are $6.00 I wouldnt worry about the fan.

IF its 24" 1920x 1080 x how ever many monitor you have. so let say you have 3 =1920x 3= 5760. wait until you get you pwr bill $$. It cant down clock. Its at full throttle all the time.
Its a lot!
That was my first thought aswell. Although when you look at the pictures he posted I'd say he only has one cable connected, the mini-HDMI could be connected but can't see that one so will just have to wait for the OP to reply I guess.

So yeah, if you've got two monitors connected that's your problem right there. Try having just one monitor connected and you should see the temps drop quite a bit in idle.
    
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That was my first thought aswell. Although when you look at the pictures he posted I'd say he only has one cable connected, the mini-HDMI could be connected but can't see that one so will just have to wait for the OP to reply I guess.

So yeah, if you've got two monitors connected that's your problem right there. Try having just one monitor connected and you should see the temps drop quite a bit in idle.
yes, i have two monitors connected, but one is 16" and the other (the main) 23", but intalled it yesterday, and even without it the idle temp were high.

But, could some one aswer me about the main card in the second slot, and the physx dedicated in the first? i can do this?
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yes, i have two monitors connected, but one is 16" and the other (the main) 23", but intalled it yesterday, and even without it the idle temp were high.

But, could some one aswer me about the main card in the second slot, and the physx dedicated in the first? i can do this?
You should be able to have them arranged like that but I can't tell you for sure though so try it out and see for yourself, not like it should hurt the cards anyway.
    
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My 570 GTX Gainward GLH idle at 36c
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yes, i have two monitors connected, but one is 16" and the other (the main) 23", but intalled it yesterday, and even without it the idle temp were high.

But, could some one aswer me about the main card in the second slot, and the physx dedicated in the first? i can do this?

Shouldn't have been idle @70c. The only reason its that high is because of more than one monitor.
W/ that motherboard it has to stay in the top dark blue slot. If you change it. It may drop it to pci e x8 or x4.
Not 100% sure. You will be able tell right away. That is why the top slot is dark blue and the others are light blue. Top is pci x16.
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