Cut-off temperature of the GTX 580
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I am looking to find the cut-off temperature of the Gainward GTX 580. Any body have an idea?
thanks.
I am looking to find the cut-off temperature of the Gainward GTX 580. Any body have an idea?

thanks.

#1
Posted 12/15/2010 01:11 PM   
The 'Max safe operating temp' is 97C.

I haven't had my 580 above that so I can't tell you if it actually cuts off / slows down.
The 580's Max thermal threshold is officially [s]105c[/s] 97c (I was wrong, sorry). After reaching this temp the GPU will dial back the clocks until the temp drops a to safe level.
The 580's Max thermal threshold is officially 105c 97c (I was wrong, sorry). After reaching this temp the GPU will dial back the clocks until the temp drops a to safe level.

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#3
Posted 12/15/2010 08:15 PM   
unless they have changed something significantlysince all the previous Geforce cards, the card will clock down until it cools off enough to contiue at normal speeds.

in practice however, you can have anything from freezes to reboots to graphical glitches.

cool the card off properly and dont live in the red zone...
unless they have changed something significantlysince all the previous Geforce cards, the card will clock down until it cools off enough to contiue at normal speeds.



in practice however, you can have anything from freezes to reboots to graphical glitches.



cool the card off properly and dont live in the red zone...

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#4
Posted 12/15/2010 08:19 PM   
[quote name='-{RaptoR}-' date='15 December 2010 - 05:16 PM' timestamp='1292433400' post='1161459']
The 'Max safe operating temp' is 93C.

I haven't had my 580 above that so I can't tell you if it actually cuts off / slows down.
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Yeah cool my top card has peaked out at 93c also. No problems that i noticed arose from it hitting that temp but i have used evga precision to make the fan system rev up quicker and that drops the temps big style.
[quote name='-{RaptoR}-' date='15 December 2010 - 05:16 PM' timestamp='1292433400' post='1161459']

The 'Max safe operating temp' is 93C.



I haven't had my 580 above that so I can't tell you if it actually cuts off / slows down.





Yeah cool my top card has peaked out at 93c also. No problems that i noticed arose from it hitting that temp but i have used evga precision to make the fan system rev up quicker and that drops the temps big style.

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#5
Posted 12/15/2010 08:51 PM   
My cards hit 92 and 90 respectvely running Fur Mark with the GPUz fix to remove the throttling.
But after adjusting the airflow in my case, I'm seeing much lower temperatures, both at idle and under load.
My cards hit 92 and 90 respectvely running Fur Mark with the GPUz fix to remove the throttling.

But after adjusting the airflow in my case, I'm seeing much lower temperatures, both at idle and under load.
#6
Posted 12/15/2010 09:27 PM   
[quote name='ERP' date='15 December 2010 - 01:27 PM' timestamp='1292448477' post='1161595']
My cards hit 92 and 90 respectvely running Fur Mark with the GPUz fix to remove the throttling.
But after adjusting the airflow in my case, I'm seeing much lower temperatures, both at idle and under load.
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I have just recently started playing Crysis and I notice that my card (GTX580) gets up in the 80c range and was worried then I see yall are talking 97 is cut off is 80 still getting to warm?
[quote name='ERP' date='15 December 2010 - 01:27 PM' timestamp='1292448477' post='1161595']

My cards hit 92 and 90 respectvely running Fur Mark with the GPUz fix to remove the throttling.

But after adjusting the airflow in my case, I'm seeing much lower temperatures, both at idle and under load.



I have just recently started playing Crysis and I notice that my card (GTX580) gets up in the 80c range and was worried then I see yall are talking 97 is cut off is 80 still getting to warm?

#7
Posted 02/08/2011 07:27 AM   
80c is fine, it's about as high as i like it to get tho so i have a nice fan profile to really ramp up from 80c+ so i may get 81c or 82c max with very heavy load.
80c is fine, it's about as high as i like it to get tho so i have a nice fan profile to really ramp up from 80c+ so i may get 81c or 82c max with very heavy load.

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#8
Posted 02/08/2011 07:32 AM   
[quote name='slamscaper' date='15 December 2010 - 10:45 AM' timestamp='1292444151' post='1161539']
The 580's Max thermal threshold is officially [s]105c[/s] 97c (I was wrong, sorry). After reaching this temp the GPU will dial back the clocks until the temp drops a to safe level.
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How do you know that the GPU reaches the cut-of is achieved ?
I have new GTX 580 and it achieved 100 C

thks
[quote name='slamscaper' date='15 December 2010 - 10:45 AM' timestamp='1292444151' post='1161539']

The 580's Max thermal threshold is officially 105c 97c (I was wrong, sorry). After reaching this temp the GPU will dial back the clocks until the temp drops a to safe level.





How do you know that the GPU reaches the cut-of is achieved ?

I have new GTX 580 and it achieved 100 C



thks

#9
Posted 03/28/2011 08:54 AM   
[quote name='elafrit' date='28 March 2011 - 09:54 AM' timestamp='1301302449' post='1214339']
How do you know that the GPU reaches the cut-of is achieved ?
I have new GTX 580 and it achieved 100 C

thks
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If you have a card that is hitting 100 degrees easily, you need to either look seriously at your cooling arrangement, or you should probably consider returning or re-applying TIM to the card? In what situation did it hit 100 degrees?


J
[quote name='elafrit' date='28 March 2011 - 09:54 AM' timestamp='1301302449' post='1214339']

How do you know that the GPU reaches the cut-of is achieved ?

I have new GTX 580 and it achieved 100 C



thks





If you have a card that is hitting 100 degrees easily, you need to either look seriously at your cooling arrangement, or you should probably consider returning or re-applying TIM to the card? In what situation did it hit 100 degrees?





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#10
Posted 03/28/2011 10:10 AM   
[quote name='jimbonbon' date='28 March 2011 - 12:40 AM' timestamp='1301307052' post='1214371']
If you have a card that is hitting 100 degrees easily, you need to either look seriously at your cooling arrangement, or you should probably consider returning or re-applying TIM to the card? In what situation did it hit 100 degrees?


J
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I launched a test that makes GPU load 99%
[quote name='jimbonbon' date='28 March 2011 - 12:40 AM' timestamp='1301307052' post='1214371']

If you have a card that is hitting 100 degrees easily, you need to either look seriously at your cooling arrangement, or you should probably consider returning or re-applying TIM to the card? In what situation did it hit 100 degrees?





J





I launched a test that makes GPU load 99%

#11
Posted 03/28/2011 10:53 AM   
[quote name='elafrit' date='28 March 2011 - 11:53 AM' timestamp='1301309629' post='1214381']
I launched a test that makes GPU load 99%
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Ah okay, something like FurMark perhaps? Technically by 100 degrees your GPU should have started to clock down in order to cool itself - its certainly not a temperature you want to spend too much time at!


J
[quote name='elafrit' date='28 March 2011 - 11:53 AM' timestamp='1301309629' post='1214381']

I launched a test that makes GPU load 99%





Ah okay, something like FurMark perhaps? Technically by 100 degrees your GPU should have started to clock down in order to cool itself - its certainly not a temperature you want to spend too much time at!





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#12
Posted 03/28/2011 11:11 AM   
[quote name='jimbonbon' date='28 March 2011 - 01:41 AM' timestamp='1301310671' post='1214387']
Ah okay, something like FurMark perhaps? Technically by 100 degrees your GPU should have started to clock down in order to cool itself - its certainly not a temperature you want to spend too much time at!


J
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In fact, this is a test to see the maximum temperature that my GPU can reach and if it can be loaded at 99% for a long time. Because I have 4 GTX 580 in the same machine and now I'm testing them one by one. And till now temperatures are reasonable in only one GPU (71) so I added one big fan.
[quote name='jimbonbon' date='28 March 2011 - 01:41 AM' timestamp='1301310671' post='1214387']

Ah okay, something like FurMark perhaps? Technically by 100 degrees your GPU should have started to clock down in order to cool itself - its certainly not a temperature you want to spend too much time at!





J





In fact, this is a test to see the maximum temperature that my GPU can reach and if it can be loaded at 99% for a long time. Because I have 4 GTX 580 in the same machine and now I'm testing them one by one. And till now temperatures are reasonable in only one GPU (71) so I added one big fan.

#13
Posted 03/28/2011 12:31 PM   
[quote name='elafrit' date='28 March 2011 - 01:31 PM' timestamp='1301315463' post='1214418']
In fact, this is a test to see the maximum temperature that my GPU can reach and if it can be loaded at 99% for a long time. Because I have 4 GTX 580 in the same machine and now I'm testing them one by one. And till now temperatures are reasonable in only one GPU (71) so I added one big fan.
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Ah fair enough - seems a sensible plan, and not too bad going for so many in close proximity :)

For your sake, it might be worth making use of the alarm features in EVGA Precision, which warn you when temperatures are higher than a specified threshold. You also might want to consider a custom fan profile if you haven't already.


J
[quote name='elafrit' date='28 March 2011 - 01:31 PM' timestamp='1301315463' post='1214418']

In fact, this is a test to see the maximum temperature that my GPU can reach and if it can be loaded at 99% for a long time. Because I have 4 GTX 580 in the same machine and now I'm testing them one by one. And till now temperatures are reasonable in only one GPU (71) so I added one big fan.





Ah fair enough - seems a sensible plan, and not too bad going for so many in close proximity :)



For your sake, it might be worth making use of the alarm features in EVGA Precision, which warn you when temperatures are higher than a specified threshold. You also might want to consider a custom fan profile if you haven't already.





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#14
Posted 03/28/2011 03:04 PM   
Are they overckocked ? as even with 100% load for a resonable length of time they should not hit 100c unless airflow is really bad.
Are they overckocked ? as even with 100% load for a resonable length of time they should not hit 100c unless airflow is really bad.

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Posted 03/29/2011 12:45 AM   
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