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July 05, 2011, 03:51:45 AM
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I have 3x 5830s mining away, but since my roommates think the rig is too loud, it's been moved to a small room with terrible ventilation.

The temps on the cards are 90.5C 85.5C 75C with a 900/325 clock.

Is this a big concern?

Buy more fans, to force more air through the chassis.
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July 05, 2011, 04:40:21 AM
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I have 3x 5830s mining away, but since my roommates think the rig is too loud, it's been moved to a small room with terrible ventilation.

The temps on the cards are 90.5C 85.5C 75C with a 900/325 clock.

Is this a big concern?

What's the temp before you moved it to that room?
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July 05, 2011, 05:54:11 AM
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Ours are set to pause when they hit 80deg C.  Some people say 90 is fine...I consider ours hot when they reach over 75.  We are running with 2 GPU's in slots, 2 w/extenders per machine.   Just imagine them as 1000w heaters...how much ventilation would you need to keep the closet cool if you had one in there.
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