Cards Burning? Tags: Graphics Cards Gtx Burner Fan Speed Graphics Last response: March 31, 2009 5:34 PM in Graphics & Displays Share david8115 March 31, 2009 5:23:02 PM I've heard that for GTX 260 (c216) that you manually have to change the fan speed from 40% to 60% or the card will get quite hot. If so, can someone give me a link to that utility More about : cards burning customisbetter March 31, 2009 5:34:52 PM er... all cards get hot. there was a lot of hype a while back about the AT 4870s overheating. The drivers didn't turn the fans up high enough (like above 20%). if the temps are under 75 or 80 Celsius, you are fine. Apps to check temps and adjust fan speed. RivaTuner or ATItool. Whichever suits your fancy. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources Graphics cards repeatedly burning out Forum Burning plastic smell with new graphics card Forum Ati card 6990 Problem after Burning card Forum In UK - Burning photos to CD from Memory card Forum CD Burning Does the OSund card make a difference?? Forum My computer burns down graphic cards Forum SolvedBurn marks on graphics card? Forum SolvedIs dual layer DVD burning done through a D/L burner, or is it done through software? Forum Solvedburning hard drive Forum SolvedComputer smells of something burning! Forum SolvedWindows 8 - Burning a Data Disk with Custom Folder Icons Forum Burned PCIe graphics cards Forum Solvedred light on motherboard then a hiss and a bad burning smell on boot Forum SolvedHow do computer hardware burning happen? Forum SolvedWhy did my DVD Drive Opitcal Drive die out after burning 100 DVD-R Memorex discs? Forum Solved8 pin PSU --> 6 pin GPU; Will I burn out the card? Forum SolvedBlank media Burning Forum Solvednew gtx 770 odd burning smell.. plzz help!! Forum Solveddvd / cd burning Forum SolvedBurning smell coming from pc tower when playing games. Forum More resources Read discussions in other Graphics & Displays categories Ati GPUs Graphics Cards Gtx HD Monitors SLI Crossfire Tuner Cards Radeon Video Diamond Multimedia Matrox Nvidia Palit PowerColor Asus Games !