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post #691 of 716 (permalink) Old 05-23-2018, 04:49 PM
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Is this a sensor issue that can be RMA'd to EVGA?
Probably not something you could or should RMA over.

It's not unusual for temp sensors like this to become more inaccurate the further they get from the range they were calibrated for (which is usually the temp limit of the part), or it could just be a fimware or software bug. Regardless, it's probably trivial.

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Being below ambient would be a good thing
Also physically impossible and thus wrong.

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post #692 of 716 (permalink) Old 05-26-2018, 01:17 AM
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Quote: Originally Posted by kevindd992002 View Post
Is this a sensor issue that can be RMA'd to EVGA?
Probably not something you could or should RMA over.

It's not unusual for temp sensors like this to become more inaccurate the further they get from the range they were calibrated for (which is usually the temp limit of the part), or it could just be a fimware or software bug. Regardless, it's probably trivial.

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Being below ambient would be a good thing [IMG class=inlineimg]/forum/images/smilies/tongue.gif[/IMG]
Also physically impossible and thus wrong.
Yeah, that makes sense. I guess I was just amazed because it was the first time I saw such behavior.

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How quiet is this card?
Even at 100% fans, are the three fans super loud?
Looking at getting a FTW3 Elite or a SC2 ELITE GAMING card.
The FTW3 Elite has 3 fans while the SC2 has 2.
Also, what is the different between the FTW3 Elite and non-elite?
Looks like the same specs.

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post #694 of 716 (permalink) Old 05-28-2018, 11:32 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by dseg View Post
How quiet is this card?
Even at 100% fans, are the three fans super loud?
Looking at getting a FTW3 Elite or a SC2 ELITE GAMING card.
The FTW3 Elite has 3 fans while the SC2 has 2.
Also, what is the different between the FTW3 Elite and non-elite?
Looks like the same specs.
Very quiet if you have the fans run in Quiet mode, almost quiet enough that I stuck with the stock cooler despite having the EK block for about 5 months.

Elite cards can have different air cooler shroud colors and have the memory pre-overclocked to 6000MHz (12000MHz effective) vs the non-Elite's 5500MHz.

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Putting this here as a holder so I can find my way back. I have to get some pictures and I guess GPUZ validation. I just Purchased a EVGA FTW3 AIO cooled card and installed it last night.

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Any way to see the Fans RPMs on these cards yet, I am trying to get a fan speed out of the AIO fan and see it in AIDA64 . Thank you in advance.

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All the fans' RPM speeds show up in EVGA Precision XOC.

XOC isn't everyone's cup of tea.

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All the fans' RPM speeds show up in EVGA Precision XOC.

XOC isn't everyone's cup of tea.
Agreed, If MSI AB could just read/control the other fans speeds, I would have ditched XOC a long time ago!

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Quote: Originally Posted by dseg View Post
How quiet is this card?
Even at 100% fans, are the three fans super loud?
Looking at getting a FTW3 Elite or a SC2 ELITE GAMING card.
The FTW3 Elite has 3 fans while the SC2 has 2.
Also, what is the different between the FTW3 Elite and non-elite?
Looks like the same specs.
The FTW3 fans at 80% IMO are whisper quiet. With my case fans all running around 900-1200 rpm and the FTW3 fans at 80% under gaming loads I have a very quiet rig. From a few meters away the rig gives off a subtle purrr, not an obnoxious roaring, whining racket! When you first run the FTW3 fans at 80% they might appear loud but the more you get used to running them at that speed the more you will get used to it. The trick is to have them blend in with your case fans as they all increase under load, so I'll set a fan curve on the FTW3 where it gradually increases to 80%. If you flat out turn the fans up from 0% to 80-100% they will sound loud. Hope that helps.

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