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think Afterburner is just stripped down rivatuner so don't think that will work.

all else fails see if you can find a cheap after market cooler they all tend to be far less noisy.

Have you tried unplugging the fan and running it to a fan controller/header on your mother board? will most likely need to change the connector on the end but should work in theory.
thats what i was thinking as well.

stupid cards fan is so small, but makes way more noise than my old 9800gtx with its huge fan. its just spinning so fast that its making a whistling noise with the air.
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think Afterburner is just stripped down rivatuner so don't think that will work.
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from my experience, overclocking GPU never works. the software at the market right now, are just too buggy!!! besides, i cant see performance gain at all!! this same goes to CPU. i really cant see the difference between my 3.2ghz hexacore and 4.00ghz hexacore!
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from my experience, overclocking GPU never works. the software at the market right now, are just too buggy!!! besides, i cant see performance gain at all!! this same goes to CPU. i really cant see the difference between my 3.2ghz hexacore and 4.00ghz hexacore!
wrong, there is a big gpu overclocking community, big performance gains are seen when you use watercooling. to the difference between 3.2 and 4ghz means nothing. same ghz numbers can have totally different performance. it is very important which components you use and how your settings are.
for eg 3ghz 500 x 6 is faster than 3ghz 250 x 12..


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did you give msi afterburner admin rights?
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thats what i was thinking as well.

stupid cards fan is so small, but makes way more noise than my old 9800gtx with its huge fan. its just spinning so fast that its making a whistling noise with the air.
this will always be the case, smaller fan means higher rpm and more noise. the only thing you can do to fix that is to add after-market cooling which on an older card might be hard to find but fleabay is great for that kind of thing.
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