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post #11 of 17 (permalink) Old 08-10-2017, 09:02 AM
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Thanks. I'll look into the G12 as it's for the newer generation cards. I put in a support ticket with Gigabyte to see what they can do for me. It's unacceptable that I can't put my side panel on due to the card hitting 90°c+ with it on. It's not like I don't have enough system fans or poor cable management.


when you close the side panel and your gpu overheat that's mean not enough Airflow.. that's simple thumb.gif

which case is that ? can you add more fan's on the front to increase the fresh air ? also flip the fan on the rear to the exhaust position.. no need to keep the hot air inside the case wink.gif

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post #12 of 17 (permalink) Old 08-10-2017, 11:53 AM
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when you close the side panel and your gpu overheat that's mean not enough Airflow.. that's simple thumb.gif

which case is that ? can you add more fan's on the front to increase the fresh air ? also flip the fan on the rear to the exhaust position.. no need to keep the hot air inside the case wink.gif

This is the case.
https://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16811853036

To be honest, it's not a bad case. I did however move it into a CM Stryker Storm. My buddy just got it and wanted to trade for the Define R4 my 4770k used to be in. My temps dropped at least 10°c on the gpu. Playing overwatch, my temps are maxing at around 83°c now. This card still runs hot though.

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Thanks. I'll look into the G12 as it's for the newer generation cards. I put in a support ticket with Gigabyte to see what they can do for me. It's unacceptable that I can't put my side panel on due to the card hitting 90°c+ with it on. It's not like I don't have enough system fans or poor cable management.
Did you try modifying the fan curve for higher RPM's? At max fan RPM on my Gigabyte GTX 1080Ti Gaming OC I never saw above 69° C even at >= 80° F ambient temps even when overclocking.
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did some one try to replace thermal paste? meaby using some liquid metal? and some one find a nice metal backplate? i found only acrilic but i dont like it
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did some one try to replace thermal paste? with liquid metal meaby? how the teamps now? and some one find a metal backplate? i dont like it the plastic one. thank you
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