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    Default Help with 980Ti Temps

    Guys how are you?

    I have a serious question now

    I'm with 2 980ti HOF LN2 GOC sli here and without oc I get 1415 turbo boost

    But my temps are really high at full load gaming, a heavy game always reach the thermal limit, 83 or 91, always reach when the card uses 100%, I'm on air, and the fans are at 100% speed!!!! but I would like to lower this temps, the thermal paste at the cards are the gelid extreme, I reaplied both and same results, my case is a Cosmos 2 and the cards have 80cm between the top one and the bottom one, in this case the space for a 3 way sli

    Is there something I can do or I'll have to stay with this high temps since my fans profiles are already at 100%?

    Thaks guys

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    Default Re: Help with 980Ti Temps

    Sounds like lack of airflow in the case. I haven't used a Cosmos II, but a quick look leaves me with a couple of questions -

    Are you using the stock 200mm intake, as well as the two stock exhaust fans?
    Can the HDD cage in front of the GPUs be removed, or is it fixed?
    Have you tried adding a 120mm side intake to get cool air directly to the GPUs?

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    Default Help with 980Ti Temps

    The 200mm intake is the stock one, very low fan, I can't almost feel the air, to exaust in the back just one fan

    The cage is fixed and it do not influence the GPU, it's way far from then

    I have 2 120mm side that I installed sending air to the GPU, I have to send air and not exaust the air in this case right?

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    Edit: here are the fans that can be used at Cosmos 2

    Top: 120mm fan x 1, 1200 RPM, 17 dBA (installed), or 120mm fan x 3 / 140mm fan x 2 / 200mm fan x 1 (optional)
    Front: 200mm blue LED fan x 1, 1700 RPM, 19 dBA (installed), or 120/140mm fan x 1 (optional)
    Rear: 140mm fan x 1, 1200 RPM, 19 dBA (installed)
    Side: 120mm fan x 2 (optional)
    HDD cage: (Middle)120mm fan x 1 (optional); (Bottom) 120mm fan x 2, 1200 RPM, 17 dBA (installed)

    http://www.coolermaster.com/case/ultra-tower/cosmos-2/

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    Default Re: Help with 980Ti Temps

    Quote Originally Posted by wsarahan View Post
    The 200mm intake is the stock one, very low fan, I can't almost feel the air, to exaust in the back just one fan

    The cage is fixed and it do not influence the GPU, it's way far from then

    I have 2 120mm side that I installed sending air to the GPU, I have to send air and not exaust the air in this case right?

    Thanks

    Edit: here are the fans that can be used at Cosmos 2

    Top: 120mm fan x 1, 1200 RPM, 17 dBA (installed), or 120mm fan x 3 / 140mm fan x 2 / 200mm fan x 1 (optional)
    Front: 200mm blue LED fan x 1, 1700 RPM, 19 dBA (installed), or 120/140mm fan x 1 (optional)
    Rear: 140mm fan x 1, 1200 RPM, 19 dBA (installed)
    Side: 120mm fan x 2 (optional)
    HDD cage: (Middle)120mm fan x 1 (optional); (Bottom) 120mm fan x 2, 1200 RPM, 17 dBA (installed)

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    The HDD cage blocks the flow of air from the front intake, that was my concern.

    That 200mm should be able to move a decent amount of air, do you have the fan curve set to some type of silent setting? Also, it is likely following the CPU temp for speeds - so while you are gaming the GPU is getting hot but the intake fans aren't speeding up.

    Have you tried increasing the case fan speeds? Exhaust is as important as intake - the hot air needs a way to escape.

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    Default Help with 980Ti Temps

    What fan do you recommend to use as the 200m one? I need a better one

    The exaust back fan is a viper one, the yellow one, is it a good one?

    The side panel fans are 2 jetflow, it makes a lot of noise at 100% and I could not see any improvement

    I'm at cellphone but I have some pictures here take a look





    The cards are not fixed at this image so they are bending now they are OK no bending at all

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    Edit: can you guys recommend the best fans for side panel 120mm and the best option 200mm fan to the front?

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    Default Re: Help with 980Ti Temps

    I see a CLC in there that you hadn't mentioned.....which one is it, where is it located, and please tell me that the fans are set up as exhaust.....

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    Default Re: Help with 980Ti Temps

    Quote Originally Posted by Ciarlatano View Post
    I see a CLC in there that you hadn't mentioned.....which one is it, where is it located, and please tell me that the fans are set up as exhaust.....
    Exaust you mean sending the air to outside the case right?

    I just saw here that the fans are sending the air to inside the case, wrong right?

    Should I invert so?

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    Quote Originally Posted by wsarahan View Post
    Exaust you mean sending the air to outside the case right?

    I just saw here that the fans are sending the air to inside the case, wrong right?

    Should I invert so?
    That could be a huge part of your problem. With the fans set as intakes, you are literally heating the inside of your case, and with only the one exhaust fan the heat has nowhere to go.

    Always install fans on rads as exhaust.

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    Default Re: Help with 980Ti Temps

    You need air flow. Even pressure in and out. Need to get the hot air out.

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    Default Re: Help with 980Ti Temps

    Just a note to add...SLI in and of itself increases heat level by quite a bit. I have 2 R9 290s with the Sapphire VaporX cooler on it. One card by itself is lucky to get into the 60s temperature wise while gaming. Once I get the Crossfire going, I easily hit mid to upper 70s temps during normal gaming sessions. Dual card configurations have a hard time dissipating heat unless you decide to throw some water blocks on them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joshjaks View Post
    Just a note to add...SLI in and of itself increases heat level by quite a bit. I have 2 R9 290s with the Sapphire VaporX cooler on it. One card by itself is lucky to get into the 60s temperature wise while gaming. Once I get the Crossfire going, I easily hit mid to upper 70s temps during normal gaming sessions. Dual card configurations have a hard time dissipating heat unless you decide to throw some water blocks on them.
    You are right, dual cards on air just if you have a super airflow

    I live in Brazil, a tropical and hot country, things are hard to cool here

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