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this card will help keep your case temps down also since how cool it runs

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This card runs at 55C for me under full folding load or furmark...
as compared to 70+ or so for the reference cards.
    
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Yeah i would say so. This card will help keep your case temps down also since how cool it runs
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This card runs at 55C for me under full folding load or furmark...
as compared to 70+ or so for the reference cards.
Yes the GPU runs cooler. Knight stated the case temps would be low. This card dumps heat into the case. And, as I'm sure you know Sohryu, the GPU temps don't represent the heat displaced by the cooler into the case or exhausted out the back. Excellent card btw.
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Yes the GPU runs cooler. Knight stated the case temps would be low. This card dumps heat into the case. And, as I'm sure you know Sohryu, the GPU temps don't represent the heat displaced by the cooler into the case or exhausted out the back. Excellent card btw.
I have am mATX Case, and even with this card, my CPU temps don't go up any higher than it did with my GTX 460.
I have looked for airflow in the case, and have felt air coming from all the sides. But it comes out the vent in the back more.

And you're right it does not... but the quicker the heat is dissipated, the lower the temps end up being overall, including but not limited to what is let into the case. This I know you know as well.
But the heat that radiates off the back of the card isnt pushed out the case by the blower fan on the card.
I'm stating that because of how quick the heat is dissipated, that the temperature that radiates off the back of the card isn't as high. Which is what would affect the ambient temperatures of the case.

I am only theorizing based on what i know about Thermal Dynamics, so I may be a little off base.
    
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I am looking very strongly at putting a pair of these in my haf x build. Thanks all for the info on this card. Pics of a pair of these would be cool!

Any advise on how a pair of these 570's would compare to a single reference design 580 on water? I could do either for about the same money and I am not sure about which way to go. I am pretty sure that my EK 420 RAD will handle my i7 and a single 580 but my Delta will be much lower without the graphics card... So many angles to consider
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I am looking very strongly at putting a pair of these in my haf x build. Thanks all for the info on this card. Pics of a pair of these would be cool!

Any advise on how a pair of these 570's would compare to a single reference design 580 on water? I could do either for about the same money and I am not sure about which way to go. I am pretty sure that my EK 420 RAD will handle my i7 and a single 580 but my Delta will be much lower without the graphics card... So many angles to consider
2 of these cards will decimate a single GTX 580. Remember, at stock speeds, the GTX 580s are only about 10-15% faster than a GTX 570. These Asus cards are awesome. They overclock like beasts, while still staying cool and quite.
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I have two of these, SLI. Yes, these suckers are huge. I'll get some pics added to my profile sometime. Using Furmark 1.8 for multi-gpu setup (SLI active) with 1080p, my upper card tops out at 84C, while my lower card doesn't get over 55C. All things considered, I'm just happy the top card doesn't go over 90C. The SLI set-up on my mobo puts the cards right next to eachother. I took some electrical tape and wrapped it up on itself to make 2 small quarter inch thick wedges and slipped them in between the side and rear of the cards to increase air flow to the top card. The awesome part about these cards is that you don't really need any additional case fans to cool them. As long as your tower has good flow, the built in fans are MORE than enough to keep these suckers going. Before I slipped those wedges in, my top card would hit 100C before autoshutting down. They idle at around 40C and 32C respectively, and during even extreme gaming the top card stays under 60C. I haven't OCd them yet. Still a new system, and I need to get my CPU OC straight first. If you have any questions about these cards, lemme know. I'll be happy to share what I know.
Edited by Arimis5226 - 9/8/11 at 7:31am
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I have two of these, SLI. Yes, these suckers are huge. I'll get some pics added to my profile sometime. Using Furmark 1.8 for multi-gpu setup (SLI active) with 1080p, my upper card tops out at 84C, while my lower card doesn't get over 55C. All things considered, I'm just happy the top card doesn't go over 90C. The SLI set-up on my mobo puts the cards right next to eachother. I took some electrical tape and wrapped it up on itself to make 2 small quarter inch thick wedges and slipped them in between the side and rear of the cards to increase air flow to the top card. The awesome part about these cards is that you don't really need any additional case fans to cool them. As long as your tower has good flow, the built in fans are MORE than enough to keep these suckers going. Before I slipped those wedges in, my top card would hit 100C before autoshutting down. They idle at around 40C and 32C respectively, and during even extreme gaming the top card stays under 60C. I haven't OCd them yet. Still a new system, and I need to get my CPU OC straight first. If you have any questions about these cards, lemme know. I'll be happy to share what I know.
Arimis,

I have the same setup as you pretty much minus one card, I was wondering if you could get some pic's up of the setup if you don’t mind. I am going order another 570 in about 2 weeks and I just don’t want to put them in SLI only to find im burning them out. I maxed out all my fan ports last week in preparation. 140mm on the side , two 120mm on top, 120mm on rear, and 200mm in the front doing a push pull from front to rear.

I am assuming from what you said this should be just fine as they seem to handle themselves pretty good with the stock fans.

When its all said and done though, should be awesome.
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Will these suffice?

The ENGTX570 DCIIs have something like 600% increase in fan cooling. As long as the fans on the graphics cards are getting an open supply of air from your case, you should be golden. The biggest trick is when you are SLIing 2 of them at 3 pcie slots each, there arent very many MB options out there that will give you any space in between them. Hence why I put the electrical tape spacers in. You can see the side spacer pretty clearly in the pic. I'd also like to point out the power jack that is holding up the cards as well. They are heavy, and if you are going to force any space in between them, you're really going to need some sort of support like this.
Edited by Arimis5226 - 9/14/11 at 1:19pm
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yah the 570 DCUII is an awesome card. I've had it for about a month now and my temps are so great, the fan is really quiet as well. I definitely recommend this card to anyone looking for a 570
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