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    Quote Originally Posted by Delko DJ View Post
    wow dude your gpu is melting open the case and check the fan
    It's quite normal for nvidia cards to hit 80-90C under load. He just needs to ramp up fan RPMs to get the card to cool down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iverson954360 View Post


    It's quite normal for nvidia cards to hit 80-90C under load. He just needs to ramp up fan RPMs to get the card to cool down.
    Hmm my GTX 570 runs at 65C full load at 60% fan speed, the GPU can probably take 90C but it doesn't seem safe.
    @OP, take out the dust inside the case and GPU fan.

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    Quote Originally Posted by InCognito View Post


    Hmm my GTX 570 runs at 65C full load at 60% fan speed, the GPU can probably take 90C but it doesn't seem safe.
    @OP, take out the dust inside the case and GPU fan.
    I'm talking full load at 40%-55% fan speed, anything more than that requires you to manually ramp up the card.

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    I cleaned my Pc and here are results.





    Now its stable at 65 C

    Thanks for help.

    Also I found that thermal grease on bottom of my fan. Might chnage it sometime.
    Last edited by Lee Sin; 05-28-2012 at 11:40 AM.

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    i have gtx 560 with 36c on idle and 52 under load with auto fan rotation[max speed 52%]
    Quote Originally Posted by iverson954360 View Post


    It's quite normal for nvidia cards to hit 80-90C under load. He just needs to ramp up fan RPMs to get the card to cool down.

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    Quote Originally Posted by iverson954360 View Post


    I'm talking full load at 40%-55% fan speed, anything more than that requires you to manually ramp up the card.
    I used the auto fan curve. 55% wasn't cutting it, put the GPU at 70c-75c. I have the EVGA stock fan and honestly its terrible.

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    jeese you guys are having a shit load of computer problems
    i remember when i used to freakout when my computer would hit 60C on full load
    either way i definitely suggest what stevenom said that is a good idea
    then i would get rid of all the junk and whatnot with a computer duster (after doing some new cable management, maybe your blocking all of your fans with wires? ) then i would check your bios settings to see if your doing anything wrong or just to bring it back to defaults for a little bit.
    secondary question
    are you using stock or an aftermarket cooler? (pretty sure your using stock)

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    The CPU temps aren't even that bad, one could say even normal for stock cooling. However the GPU temps are still pretty high, you should be idling way lower. As dave said, try properly re-applying thermal paste and cleaning the heatsink / fan, you could also try just adding more fans to the case to make sure you have better airflow
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    Get an air compressor, open your computer and blow the shit out of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by InCognito View Post


    I used the auto fan curve. 55% wasn't cutting it, put the GPU at 70c-75c. I have the EVGA stock fan and honestly its terrible.
    My GTX 470 that is in a case with plenty of airflow hits 80+ under full load if the evga controller is working on its own, I have to ramp up the fan speeds to get it to run cooler, since the card is loud as shit at any significant speed which is why I think the program maxes itself out at like 55%.

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    You do realize that Minecraft takes a lot out of a computer, right? That's not a good game to gauge it with.

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