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    Question GPU Temperature!!

    Guyz, need a solution and also some advices.. Recently bought a GTX570 and set it up today, anyway, i viewed many reviews from internet and they said that the IDLE temp of this card should be 37-39 Deg.C. And on load it will be 86 max...
    But what i checked is that on AUTO FAN control, the IDLE temp is around 55-59 DEG.C.. So i started the the GPU-Z test run and the temp rises to 87 DEG.C within 3-4 minutes.... On that moment, i checked the Heat Exhaust of the GPU, the steel body was soooooooo hot that i freaked out and turned off the test run... :S Now am using the MSI afterburner and set the MANUAL FAN control to 50%... The idle temp is 49-50 Deg.c now....
    So, now i need some suggestion, how can i reduce the temp between 40-41 DEg.c??? It might be the casing internal air flow issue, or the dust or anything...... Just give me any possible suggestions you guyz know...

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaDDy View Post
    Guyz, need a solution and also some advices.. Recently bought a GTX570 and set it up today, anyway, i viewed many reviews from internet and they said that the IDLE temp of this card should be 37-39 Deg.C. And on load it will be 86 max...
    But what i checked is that on AUTO FAN control, the IDLE temp is around 55-59 DEG.C.. So i started the the GPU-Z test run and the temp rises to 87 DEG.C within 3-4 minutes.... On that moment, i checked the Heat Exhaust of the GPU, the steel body was soooooooo hot that i freaked out and turned off the test run... :S Now am using the MSI afterburner and set the MANUAL FAN control to 50%... The idle temp is 49-50 Deg.c now....
    So, now i need some suggestion, how can i reduce the temp between 40-41 DEg.c??? It might be the casing internal air flow issue, or the dust or anything...... Just give me any possible suggestions you guyz know...
    Of what make?

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    Asus GTX570.. not the Direct CUII version... Firstly released normal one...

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    The ambient temperature greatly affects the temperatures of the components. For reviews, they run benchmarks in standard room temps, 25 degree C, and sometimes even lower. This can't really be achieved here in Bangladesh unless your room is air conditioned. It might sound a bit ridiculous, but if you want to achieve that low temps, get an A/C if you don't have one. The least you can do is changing the fan orientation. There is a great guide on air pressure and fan positioning by Dipanzan, that might help you with the temps.
    Last edited by Dee; April 28th, 2012 at 08:27.

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    A lot of question comes to my mind, is it a reference GTX 570? Secondly, is it brand new or is it second hand? Third, how's the airflow within your casing, could you please post a few pics? It's probably what Dee said it is, a case of casing with poor airflow, but if the card is a used one, some other things like the owner taking the cooler apart then failing to put it back to the way he would've liked it to or something like that which led him to sell off the card and stuff like that could also come into play.. you just never know!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    The ambient temperature greatly affects the temperatures of the components. For reviews, they run benchmarks in standard room temps, 25 degree C, and sometimes even lower. This can't really be achieved here in Bangladesh unless your room is air conditioned. It might sound a bit ridiculous, but if you want to achieve that low temps, get an A/C if you don't have one. The least you can do is changing the fan orientation. There is a great guide on air pressure and fan positioning by Dipanzan, that might help you with the temps.
    Hmm, i see.. So what should be the fan orientation?? I am using TT V3,The fan orientations are, 3 exhaust and 2 intake, (actually 3 intake) 2 Tblade at top slot for exhaust and the stock rear exhaust... 1 Tblade on front slot and a generic 1 at side panel to intake... and also i attached a AC powered 120mm fan on the inner ground slot for intake purpose, to prevent dust i also attached a dust filter in it... but the thing is, AC powered fan did its best to provide so much air volume, but it is backfiring me like when i turn the AC fan ON the temp rises to 56-57 in idle, without the AC fan the temp is 46-50... So am thinking of detaching the AC fan and replace with a DC 120mm generic fan... also need a suggestion about the fan orientation... AND PLEASE GIVE ME THE LINK OF THE GUIDE MADE BY DIPANZAN!! Thanks..

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaDDy View Post
    Hmm, i see.. So what should be the fan orientation?? I am using TT V3,The fan orientations are, 3 exhaust and 2 intake, (actually 3 intake) 2 Tblade at top slot for exhaust and the stock rear exhaust... 1 Tblade on front slot and a generic 1 at side panel to intake... and also i attached a AC powered 120mm fan on the inner ground slot for intake purpose, to prevent dust i also attached a dust filter in it... but the thing is, AC powered fan did its best to provide so much air volume, but it is backfiring me like when i turn the AC fan ON the temp rises to 56-57 in idle, without the AC fan the temp is 46-50... So am thinking of detaching the AC fan and replace with a DC 120mm generic fan... also need a suggestion about the fan orientation... AND PLEASE GIVE ME THE LINK OF THE GUIDE MADE BY DIPANZAN!! Thanks..
    The more the fans, the better: this isn't always true. Experiment with different numbers of fan in different orientations, that'd be the best idea to figure out under which orientation your components stay the coolest. And for Dipanzan's guide, use the search feature, it was named Thermodynamics iirc.

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    Quote Originally Posted by K' View Post
    A lot of question comes to my mind, is it a reference GTX 570? Secondly, is it brand new or is it second hand? Third, how's the airflow within your casing, could you please post a few pics? It's probably what Dee said it is, a case of casing with poor airflow, but if the card is a used one, some other things like the owner taking the cooler apart then failing to put it back to the way he would've liked it to or something like that which led him to sell off the card and stuff like that could also come into play.. you just never know!
    Ummm, i dont know if its reference or not, is there any way i can understand that? Let me know, i will check and let you know. Its used, 9 month used 1. As i said already, 3 exhaust and 2 intake, (actually 3 intake). Hmm, the previous owner opened the plastic cover to clean the dust by using a blower, he confirmed me that, but i didnt asked him about the cooler he took apart or not... So should i change the thermal compound of GPU? Or left it as it is now...

    ---------- Post added at 12:09 ---------- Previous post was at 12:03 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by Dee View Post
    The more the fans, the better: this isn't always true. Experiment with different numbers of fan in different orientations, that'd be the best idea to figure out under which orientation your components stay the coolest. And for Dipanzan's guide, use the search feature, it was named Thermodynamics iirc.
    Thanks bro, let me check the dipanzan's thread....
    Searched and no result found....
    @dipanzan need your help bro....
    Last edited by MaDDy; April 28th, 2012 at 13:13.

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    Is it a reference model?

    Try putting the side fan to intake, and manually force AB to 40% and see what temps you get. You shouldn't idle at those temps, and also change the bottom fan orientation to intake. Rest of the fans should be exhaust.

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    see if the gpu is properly in pci.e socket. My direct cu ii version has same problem. Msi combuster yield 97c which is unbelieveable for direct cu. Then i removed gpu from socket and placed it properly, if gpu is sagging down with weight don't bother, let it be. Then my gpu is normal at last. Combuster and furmark yield 75c which is normal. Another suggestion would be remove heatsink and reapply tim. But don't do it yourself, ask someone with experience. I myself is a noob in removing heatsink. Hope ur problem will be solved.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hemlock View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    Is it a reference model?

    Try putting the side fan to intake, and manually force AB to 40% and see what temps you get. You shouldn't idle at those temps, and also change the bottom fan orientation to intake. Rest of the fans should be exhaust.
    The side panel fan was intake from the first time, and from last night am using the AB to manually set the fan speed to 50%, now the idle temp is 50 deg.c, just took the snap, and am worried about the bottom fan, it puts so much dust inside, lets see what i can do to reduce that...
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    I think its the reference 1, this is what am using...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Raziel View Post
    see if the gpu is properly in pci.e socket. My direct cu ii version has same problem. Msi combuster yield 97c which is unbelieveable for direct cu. Then i removed gpu from socket and placed it properly, if gpu is sagging down with weight don't bother, let it be. Then my gpu is normal at last. Combuster and furmark yield 75c which is normal. Another suggestion would be remove heatsink and reapply tim. But don't do it yourself, ask someone with experience. I myself is a noob in removing heatsink. Hope ur problem will be solved.
    The card is placed carefully and it is properly in its slot... Checked several times... didnt used the Combuster (dont knw about it, just heard) and Furmark (Scared of using this soft ), Should i use furmark to check the temp? What you guyz suggest?
    Also i was thinking of changing the compound, but that would be the last thing i will choose.
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    1. remove both the bottom and side intake fan, and check the idle and load temps.
    2. place the ac fan on side as intake now check the idle and load temps.


    1 more thing gpu-z is showing 405Mhz that means the card is not downclocking in 2d mode isn't it?

    a 5xx card should downloack to 51MHz in idle/2d
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    It's a reference model, alright. Are you sure you have the side fan as intake? The bottom, and front fans should also be intake. The heat generated by the 570 will exhaust from the back of the case, unlike the TFII/DCII coolers which dump inside the case.

    EDIT: Looking at that screenshot, abhi bhai is right. It's not downclocking. It should go to P12 state when fully idle. I think it's more of a bad TIM issue, than the fans though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by @bhi View Post
    1. remove both the bottom and side intake fan, and check the idle and load temps.
    2. place the ac fan on side as intake now check the idle and load temps.


    1 more thing gpu-z is showing 405Mhz that means the card is not downclocking in 2d mode isn't it?

    a 5xx card should downloack to 51MHz in idle/2d
    Just took it, what do you think about it now??
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    Quote Originally Posted by MaDDy View Post
    Just took it, what do you think about it now??
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    yeah now the clock seems ok but still the VDDC seems high :/ @dipanzan ?

    btw whats your driver version?? are u using the latest 301.24 beta?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dipanzan View Post
    It's a reference model, alright. Are you sure you have the side fan as intake? The bottom, and front fans should also be intake. The heat generated by the 570 will exhaust from the back of the case, unlike the TFII/DCII coolers which dump inside the case.

    EDIT: Looking at that screenshot, abhi bhai is right. It's not downclocking. It should go to P12 state when fully idle. I think it's more of a bad TIM issue, than the fans though.
    Ya, the side and bottom fan is intake fans... the front 1 is same as this 2.. and about the NEGATIVE, NEUTRAL and POSITIVE air flow you talked in the THERMODYNAMIC thread, i think my chassis is under negative airflow, because the whole front panel grills are covered with dust from top to down... and it happen within 5-7 hours after cleaning...

    ---------- Post added at 14:10 ---------- Previous post was at 14:08 ----------

    Quote Originally Posted by @bhi View Post
    yeah now the clock seems ok but still the VDDC seems high :/ @dipanzan ?
    I only got few basic knowledge about GPU and other stuffs... So lets see what @dipanzan say...

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