GTX 580 SLI Temperature Issues :(
Hello there,

my name is Aron and I'm 18 years old, my system specs are the following:

MB: Asus P8P67 PRO
CPU: 2600-K (4x4.5Ghz)
GPU: 2x Nvidia 580 GTX (ASUS Voltage Tweak Edition & EVGA)
RAM: 8 GB DDR3 @ 1600Mhz
OS: Windows 7 64-Bit

My temperatures go up really high while playing and I don't know the limit, I already underclocked my GPU voltage from 1080 mV to 1050 mV by using Afterburner but it still has peaks like 86°C with what I'm not comfortable with :(

I have 2 GPU's, the Asus one is fine , its temperatures are never higher than 70. the EVGA one is the problem, I already had several Bluescreens and driver crashings.

I know there probably ain't any "solution" to it but downclocking but if anyone has a good advice, I'll be grateful :) I'm happy for any answer and suggestions.

Any help is appreciated! /wink.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=';)' />

Cheers,
Aron
Hello there,



my name is Aron and I'm 18 years old, my system specs are the following:



MB: Asus P8P67 PRO

CPU: 2600-K (4x4.5Ghz)

GPU: 2x Nvidia 580 GTX (ASUS Voltage Tweak Edition & EVGA)

RAM: 8 GB DDR3 @ 1600Mhz

OS: Windows 7 64-Bit



My temperatures go up really high while playing and I don't know the limit, I already underclocked my GPU voltage from 1080 mV to 1050 mV by using Afterburner but it still has peaks like 86°C with what I'm not comfortable with :(



I have 2 GPU's, the Asus one is fine , its temperatures are never higher than 70. the EVGA one is the problem, I already had several Bluescreens and driver crashings.



I know there probably ain't any "solution" to it but downclocking but if anyone has a good advice, I'll be grateful :) I'm happy for any answer and suggestions.



Any help is appreciated! /wink.gif' class='bbc_emoticon' alt=';)' />



Cheers,

Aron

#1
Posted 02/20/2012 05:30 PM   
X_x Why did you post this in multiple areas? lol The answers are in your other thread.
X_x Why did you post this in multiple areas? lol The answers are in your other thread.



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#2
Posted 02/20/2012 10:10 PM   
[quote name='Honey Badger' date='20 February 2012 - 10:10 PM' timestamp='1329775832' post='1371982']
X_x Why did you post this in multiple areas? lol The answers are in your other thread.
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sorry posted it into the wrong category first ;_; Ignore this post :P :) Thanks for your replies on your other thread, you seem pretty active on this forum :D
[quote name='Honey Badger' date='20 February 2012 - 10:10 PM' timestamp='1329775832' post='1371982']

X_x Why did you post this in multiple areas? lol The answers are in your other thread.





sorry posted it into the wrong category first ;_; Ignore this post :P :) Thanks for your replies on your other thread, you seem pretty active on this forum :D

#3
Posted 03/02/2012 07:41 PM   
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