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June 28, 2011, 07:27:09 PM
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But but but...and look what happened. You shouldn't have to run your fan that high to get those temps in the first place. Even with 100% fan those temps are way too high. I can run 6950's at 40% fan temps in the mid 60's. It is all about having good airflow with the proper case.

How did you manage to cool them that well?

A good case with proper airflow
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June 28, 2011, 07:51:09 PM
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What case and fans do you use? Their placement?

Please tell all the details.

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July 06, 2011, 05:48:30 PM
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1.3v on air ? you're brave. That sort of voltage should be use when watercooling imo.

Also I disagree with the point that a manuf. considers it abuse to run a fan at 100% 24/7. Fans have tens of thousands of hours MTBF. Running fans full speed, for a long long time might wear out the bearings....but I don't consider this abuse - running the poor card @ 1.3v under full load is.

For a few hours benchmarks its fine, but 24/7 no card is going to last long at that voltage with the stock HSF
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July 06, 2011, 06:04:16 PM
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Running fans full speed, for a long long time might wear out the bearings....but I don't consider this abuse - running the poor card @ 1.3v under full load is.

For a few hours benchmarks its fine, but 24/7 no card is going to last long at that voltage with the stock HSF

Try telling that to new miners who never built a system before, or might've just been casually gaming at most.

It doesn't matter if your core temp shows 70-80c in afterburner.

The card *will* die with that voltage in a few months, maybe even weeks. And there are examples on the forum if you have the motivation to search for these 2-week-wonders.

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