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post #21 of 42
Never had this happen on crysis? eek.gif
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Originally Posted by chrisssj2;13075294 
Yes that's true at 89 degrees the fan was like 63-65%. But you say you got 85 Degrees at stock too? Hmm that doesn't make my 89 degrees sound too strange does it? I mean a 4 degrees difference can be by airflow setup or ambient differences.

And btw im not crashing with crysis anymore problem seems to be solved. Artefacts probably not videocard hardware related. But driver/game/DX 10 related.

LoL aks for a 580? You think I have a chance that the retailer might do that? Ofc I would have to pay extra?

My fan were never even close to 63-65% at 85c, so no... I wouldnt say thats ok. My fan were probably only at 50-55% max when it went up to 85c, as a result of a fan profile that prioritize low noise. At 60+ fans, temps were sub 80 on stock clocks.

At 69% fan, with 1.065volts, I could do an overclock of 800/1600/2000 without crossing 85c in Crysis.

And regarding the 580, no you wont get it for free and of course have to pay more. smile.gif Its very possible your vrm´s are better than the ones on my dead card though, so that would make my point moot.
    
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About the 580, it depends, did you RMA the first card through MSI or the retailer? Someone in another thread said how they RMA'd a second 580 through MSI and complained to the CSR that without a courtesy upgrade to a 580 that they had lost him as a customer. CSR told him "he'd see what he could do", and when the box from MSI arrived, there was a 580 inside.

It's definitely worth a shot. If you're going through a retailer, best chance you've got is getting your purchase price put towards a different gfx card. The Asus DCII 570 is significantly quieter and cooler than the reference at the same price, if you have space for a 3-slot card, and the MSI Twin Frozer 3 just launched, but we don't have any details on it yet.
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It's different in netherlands... MSI doesn't deal with this.
Edited by chrisssj2 - 4/15/11 at 2:34am
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It's different in netherlands... MSI doesn't deal with this.
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So I got a response from techsupport they say: (Translated from dutch)

Dear Chris,

Warranty on components are being handled by the point of sales.
We advise you to contact them, so they can process the RMA.

Kind Regards,
MSI

Sooo I guess I emailed the wrong adress? What is CSR? some other department?

Ah, sorry, you didn't specify that you were Dutch. I had assumed you were American, in the US, we deal directly with the manufacturer for RMAs after 30/60 days, Europe has to go through the retailer for warranty stuff. Yeah, with retailer RMAs, best you can hope for is getting them to allow you to put your purchase price towards an equivalent product.

CSR is just a customer service representative. Sorry to get your hopes up.
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Have you tried pumping fan to 85% and running the game and see how hot it gets?

ALSO make sure you have the proper cooler. It's a plain black plastic shroud with NO heatpipes protruding from the side that nears the side panel.

I remember seeing someone reporting that they got a MSi GTX 570 with the GTX 480 cooler, heatpipes and all. Which as we all know is loud and hot.

EDIT: Found the link to the GTX 570 w/ 480 cooler thread.
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Well from as far as I could tell it's the same cooler as my last gtx 570.

It does have 4 heatpipes? at the top of the card are 4 iron thingy's

I tested with 85% fanspeed at crysis would get maximum of 71 degrees as far as I see now and 69 most of the time. But this was like 10 minute test.

And if I open my case while doing this the temp goes to 66-67 degrees, only 3 or 4 degree difference.
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post #29 of 42
GTX 570 cooler as it should be:
efpj5x.jpg

GTX 480 cooler:
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Now which does yours look like?

If it's 480 like that fan must be shriekingly loud compared to reference 570s.
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http://eu.msi.com/product/vga/N570GTX-M2D12D5-OC.html

Well at least it doesn't look like this at all.

Going by your pictures I'd have to say the bottom one since it has those 4 metal things on the top which mine also have, though im not sure and actual fan. I think the fan actually looks more like the top one.
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