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    Lightbulb What's normal temp for GTX590?

    What's the normal idle and load operating temperature for GTX590? What's the max. temp that this card can handle?

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    Default Re: Basic Water Cooling Guide for Beginners

    Quote Originally Posted by jv916 View Post
    What's the normal idle and load operating temperature for GTX590? What's the max. temp that this card can handle?
    dont know on that i just put water blocks on them mine idle 35 max load or the highest ive seen was 50. i have a rx480 rad cooling them

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    Just installed my XSPC water block on the card. I'm getting 33-35 idle temp. Max load running BF3 is 70-72. I only have the black ice gt stealth 240mm. I may need to add another radiator. What would you recommend as an external mount?

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    Default Re: Basic Water Cooling Guide for Beginners

    Quote Originally Posted by jv916 View Post
    Just installed my XSPC water block on the card. I'm getting 33-35 idle temp. Max load running BF3 is 70-72. I only have the black ice gt stealth 240mm. I may need to add another radiator. What would you recommend as an external mount?
    you could just a regular fan

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    What do you mean?

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    have the fan on the outside the mount the screws inside the case going through the fan then tightning up on the rad

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    Default Re: Basic Water Cooling Guide for Beginners

    Quote Originally Posted by jv916 View Post
    Just installed my XSPC water block on the card. I'm getting 33-35 idle temp. Max load running BF3 is 70-72. I only have the black ice gt stealth 240mm. I may need to add another radiator. What would you recommend as an external mount?
    something wrong!
    take a look at this Roundup Review Razor GTX590 included.

    GT Stealth need high RPM fans.

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    I read through the Roundup Review and wish I can get that kind of results. Maybe it's the radiator/fan combo (black ice gt stealth 240mm w/ Aerocool Shark black edition 120mm fans). One other thing I don't understand is, why does my GPU 1 idle at 37 and GPU 2 at 33? And GPU1 run +/-10 degrees higher than GPU2 at max load with any games? In BF3 GPU 1 is at 70-72 degrees and GPU 2 is 60-63. I know this is not normal...any recommendations on how to resolve? Much appreciated.

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    it's normal for the second GPU gets higher temp but 70c at playing games then it's definitely something wrong here. My load temps in the review was with Furmark, it's 100% stress load, gaming only stress the GPUs about 30-40%.

    Check the block for mounting properly or not? You can tell when you take it off, look at TIM imprinting.
    Check the pump working condition.
    Check tubing for kinks.

    Like I said, Black Ice GT needs high flow fans but 30c different from what it should be....

    BTW, what fan speed are you running?

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    Gaming BF3 stress my GPUs to 99%. My MCP655 pump is set at 4 and water seems to flow through the tubes pretty fast. My fans are running +/- 1500 rpm and +/- 80 cfm.
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    Default Re: Basic Water Cooling Guide for Beginners

    how do you know the GPU is 99% load under BF3?

    the reason I ask because I never experience any games stress the GPU that much as Furmark.

    try to run the fans 2000+ rpm and have you check block mounting?

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    Default Re: Basic Water Cooling Guide for Beginners

    Quote Originally Posted by Deton View Post
    how do you the GPU is 99% load under BF3?

    the reason I ask because I never experience any games stress the GPU that much as Furmark.

    try to run the fans 2000+ rpm and have you check block mounting?
    Your right about Furmark.

    Found could clock the cards alot higher as to voltages and acceptable temps that Furmark load would
    cook them.

    Later

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    Here's a screen shot. I don't see how you can run BF3 at lower than 90% GPU during gameplay.


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    well, I don't have BF3 someone else has to verify this. Even with 3dMark 11, the temps are much lower than Furmark.anyway, if BF3 taxes the GPU at 100% or.

    There is something wrong with your water cooling.take a look at the below results.with stock air cooler, the GPUs generates 85-88C (3c different between GPUs), the GPU load temp should cut in 1/2 as soon it puts under water.and you were saying your temps; 33-35 to 70-72c while gaming. It doesn't make sense at all. It looks like you are still on air cooler.

    Btw, keep in mind I used Black Ice SR1-360 and your GT 240mm. Your GPUs temp should be close to my but definitely not by 30c differences.What's normal temp for GTX590?-gtx590_water_temps1.jpg

    Like I said, check your block and water cooling system again.

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    BF3s GPU engagement and usage scripting is still not completely finished.
    If you google it, many people are having problems with 100% exhaustion (even though it actually is not 100%), because the Nvidia drivers are not optimized yet and due to the scripcting.
    But the temps really do seem weird though

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    I agree something is definitely wrong. Maybe the radiator/fan combo does not work well for the GTX590. I may step up to a 360mm or 420mm rad and possibly go with a bigger reservoir.

    Here's the setup I have now.

    XSPC Razor GTX 590 water block
    Black Ice GT Stealth 240mm radiator w/ Aerocool Shark Black Edition 120mm fans
    XSPC tank reservoir w/ Swiftech MCP655 pump
    1/2"ID x 3/4"OD tubing




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