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May 11, 2011, 11:22:23 PM
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I just added a second 5830 to my rig.

The temp of the 2nd card is in the 75-85 range depending on the fan speed and my overclock.

The 1st card is in the 55-65 range.

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What temperatures are your hottest cards running?

How long have you run them that way 24/7?

I tend to think that in the 80's is getting too hot, what do you guys think?

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May 11, 2011, 11:51:08 PM
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I just added a second 5830 to my rig.

The temp of the 2nd card is in the 75-85 range depending on the fan speed and my overclock.

The 1st card is in the 55-65 range.

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What temperatures are your hottest cards running?

How long have you run them that way 24/7?

I tend to think that in the 80's is getting too hot, what do you guys think?

80 is the uncomfortable point and I try to keep mine around 70 as much as possible.

First, my case doesn't support the airflow that it needs so I leave the panel off.

If you have to keep them side by side, space them out as much as possible, I left the screws off and stuck a molex (4 pin power connector) between them to open the spacing.

I put a 120 mm case fan over the cards to push air from outside the case down between the cards so the fans are getting more fresh air as their input.

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