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Originally Posted by BallaTheFeared View Post
Probably because he wasn't impressed by the performance he got for $700 and didn't feel like investing another $200 for temps alone.
It's 125$.

But I agree. Without overclocking, a waterblock is useless.
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post #42 of 75
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For the two or three tards in this thread, I'll post this again:

First of all, it's 75C, not 70. Second of all, it seemingly produces almost 2-3x as much heat as my GTX 280 running @ 85C-90C .

GTX 590 @ 75C = UNBEARABLE HEAT INSIDE CASE

GTX 280 @ 85-90c = Comfortable temps inside case


I know the reason WHY it's hotter, you don't need to explain it to me. In the end, video cards should be made to run even in cases that have average ventiliation. I shouldn't have to turn my case into an oven and "just deal with it" because some of you guys say so. It's my money and my computer, if I say negative things about a freaking video card it's your problem not mine, so deal with it.
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post #43 of 75
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For the two or three tards in this thread, I'll post this again:

First of all, it's 75C, not 70. Second of all, it seemingly produces almost 2-3x as much heat as my GTX 280 running @ 85C-90C .

GTX 590 @ 75C = UNBEARABLE HEAT INSIDE CASE

GTX 280 @ 85-90c = Comfortable temps inside case


I know the reason WHY it's hotter, you don't need to explain it to me. In the end, video cards should be made to run even in cases that have average ventiliation. I shouldn't have to turn my case into an oven and "just deal with it" because some of you guys say so. It's my money and my computer, if I say negative things about a freaking video card it's your problem not mine, so deal with it.
I just HAVE to ask this...Are you a moron?

How is 75c UNBEARABLE and 90c is comfortable? Really? Honestly?

Did you pass the 6th grade?

Your case is the reason for the heat...You purchased a dual GPU card knowing 2xgpu x1pcb = more generated heat and instead of actually buying more/better fans to exhaust the heat...You returned your card.

...IMO, you need to go back to school.
post #44 of 75
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Originally Posted by i7monkey View Post
GTX 590 @ 75C = UNBEARABLE HEAT INSIDE CASE

GTX 280 @ 85-90c = Comfortable temps inside case
Lol?

No buddy, it should be the other way around. Plus 70c is a safe operating temperature.
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Lol?

No buddy, it should be the other way around. Plus 70c is a safe operating temperature.
90c is also safe operating temperature...
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im just gonna leave this right here before this thread gets locked too

http://www.overclock.net/nvidia/9826...hypocrite.html
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90c is also safe operating temperature...
Yep, 90c is safe. Personally that's pushing the limits for me.

OP:
The GTX590 is a dual GPU card. Even though each individual GPU has a lower temperature, you get twice the amount of heat output. You should have just turned up the fan speed of your case fans and your GPU fan.
post #48 of 75
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It's 125$.

But I agree. Without overclocking, a waterblock is useless.
I was adding in a new rad and tubing, barbs, shin etsu.



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post #49 of 75
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Originally Posted by i7monkey View Post
For the two or three tards in this thread, I'll post this again:

First of all, it's 75C, not 70. Second of all, it seemingly produces almost 2-3x as much heat as my GTX 280 running @ 85C-90C .

GTX 590 @ 75C = UNBEARABLE HEAT INSIDE CASE

GTX 280 @ 85-90c = Comfortable temps inside case


I know the reason WHY it's hotter, you don't need to explain it to me. In the end, video cards should be made to run even in cases that have average ventiliation. I shouldn't have to turn my case into an oven and "just deal with it" because some of you guys say so. It's my money and my computer, if I say negative things about a freaking video card it's your problem not mine, so deal with it.

I think he's referring to the fact that GTX 590 empties the hot air into the case while the GTX 280 empties it outside the case.

Personally, if you have good airflow, I think this shouldn't matter.
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Who cares about the heat; why get a 590 when your running single 1920x1080 lol.
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