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Hey guys what are the average temps atm for GTX 570. Its my first time having such a huge beastly card and im not use to the 87C i get under load compared to my old Geforce 9500gt where i got only 47-50 under load

btw i have mt gtx 570 overclocked to 850/2000

here is my custom fan control settings. Recommend a better one, or am i good?
post #2 of 8
I have seen a lot of people say they get in that neighborhood. I think you should work on your case's air flow, though. Mine sits around 60 at full load (at 800/1950), though I've got a NZXT Phantom with 6/7 fans installed (don't have the 200mm side fan), plus blue LED's for extra cooling!!1!one! Furmark gets it up to about 66C at 1920x1200, and 64C at standard settings.

So those temps don't seem to be irregularly high, but I like to do what I can to keep them lower. Do you have any opportunity to improve your case airflow?

Temps
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This is my profile.
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Edit: I know the fan doesn't go above 85%, this profile just gave me the slope I was looking for.
Edited by arcticTaco - 2/26/11 at 12:13pm
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I know this is probably overkill, but I'm into data collection. I matched your OC and ran Furmark and it seemed to be stabilizing around 67C.

But like I said, lots of people get your temps. Anandtech's review had it at 82C during Furmark without OC, so I'm sure you're fine.
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ok thanks yea i can improve my case cooling im just saving up a lil more to upgrade all my fans to 140mm including my front blue led one. right now i have 4 120mm fans and one 140mm on the top next to my cpu which works really well removing the heat my heatsink puts off. two 120mm fans are blowing right on the motherboard and the video card and i see i can maybe mod my case to have one more 140mm fan right under the cd drive =P which is where my intake for my video card is pointing atm. but thanks i just wanted to make sure it wasn't like in trouble but know i know its normal.
post #5 of 8
Yeah you're fine. I think improving the airflow is one of the more fun (and cheap) parts. You might check if your fan orientations are correct, here or in the air cooling forum. You might be able to improve it without spending a dollar.

I seem to have a handle on it, but there are probably people who are better at evaluating in the air cooling section. General idea seems to be cool air intakes at bottom/front, hot air exhausts at the top/back. I followed that rule and have outstanding temps, though the case helps too.
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k thanks. I got 3 cool air intakes. one in the front. 2 on the side. and i got 2 hot air exhausts. i plan to mod the case to add one more cool air intake just for the video card =) i hope it works. i have a nice huge space for a 200mm fan in the front where u can put cd drives and what not. I only need one cd drive soo i got 3 spaces left =P just big enough for a new fan
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Yeah that sounds right, assuming your exhausts are up top. I'd take it to one of the cooling forums if you're interested in seeing the temps drop.
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I do +10% fan speed per Celsius after 50c. Before 50c is all 40%. I get like 69c maxed with stock EVGA fan.
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