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Fan profile and overclock 570

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guyz which software should i use for set the fan profile?
if don mind please let the know the nice overclock setting for this card,
im using the MSI twin frozrII 570, and without any oc yet the card is runing around 65c or below

if don mind let me know the fan setting as well, because im... totally newbie hope to learn start from the basic thnx
Edited by veuxtres - 3/5/11 at 12:30am
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MSI Afterburner. Get it and you will be able to have all kinds of fun. There's quite a few posts on this site about it as well. I recommend reading thru a couple of them and familiarizing yourself with the program and the quirks of OC'ing Nvidia cards.

As far as fan settings - as loud as you can stand that will keep your card cool In MSI Afterburner I have mine set to 60% at 40 degrees C, and just ramp up from there. Fan hits 100% around 65 degrees C. I would have mine hit 100% sooner, but for such a little fan it's LOUD!! You may want to set your fan profile differently, just takes a little tinkering.
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thx razin! i made the profile, but i did a test after tat the temp remain the same as before lol , am i did something wrong about that ?
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It doesn't look like you've done anything wrong. Perhaps the fan or heatsink are at peak cooling capacity already? In either case, at 61 degrees, you've got nothing to worry about. Just keep an eye on the temps as you increase your OC and after some stability testing, you should be very pleased with the results!

BTW I don't know what you're using to stress the GPU, but I personally use an older program called "Video Card Stability Test". Original name, eh? lol Here's a link
http://download.cnet.com/Video-Card-...-10418474.html
The "benchmark" function will last 3 minutes, but if you just hit "start" it will go on forever. That's for some real brutal stability testing. It is an older stability testing program, and there are better programs out there but this one is quick and simple. Do "benchmarks" to see if your OC's are giving you any real performance benefit.
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