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GTX 9800 full fan speed?

Hello,i good to put at 100% fan speed,bcs on auto,can see some artifacts after while playing
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  1. Have you checked your temps? What tool are you using to monitor your system? Are you overclocking? If you are, roll back your overclock and see if that stops.

    We need more information to help you and you can start by putting your full system specs in your signature.
  2. hanbrujo2k10 said:
    Hello,i good to put at 100% fan speed,bcs on auto,can see some artifacts after while playing



    It may be better if you provide more detail about your question. Did you mean video card fan speed and cpu fan? :pt1cable:
  3. Tell us your specs first, buddy...
    What is your card temp?
  4. fan auto



    fan 100%

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    57c is high for an idle g92 card, but i have exactly the same card and right now it's idling at 47, so I wouldn't worry about it. I've had this card for over a year and it's working fine. The temperature could be higher than mine based on your ambient temperature. Where do you live? Is it hot in the space where you keep your computer? When gaming my card would regularly hit 80c, but not higher.

    Maybe turn the fan up to 75 percent if it bothers you. I have heard that you can burn out your fan that way, but it's probably not a big concern.

    Also, please put your specs (everything, cpu, mobo, any overclock you may be doing) in your signature because that way people are more likely to help you and you don't waste their time. ;)
  6. i have this card at 2008--and my live place is a little room with few ventilation ,,but my case have 4 fan 1 on top,1 on front and back .and 1 side of vcard..but,dot know hot works better
    wind to inside or outside...
  7. nativeson8803 said:
    57c is high for an idle g92 card, but i have exactly the same card and right now it's idling at 47, so I wouldn't worry about it. I've had this card for over a year and it's working fine. The temperature could be higher than mine based on your ambient temperature. Where do you live? Is it hot in the space where you keep your computer? When gaming my card would regularly hit 80c, but not higher.

    Maybe turn the fan up to 75 percent if it bothers you. I have heard that you can burn out your fan that way, but it's probably not a big concern.

    Also, please put your specs (everything, cpu, mobo, any overclock you may be doing) in your signature because that way people are more likely to help you and you don't waste their time. ;)



    but is better to reemplace a fan to burn a complete vcard memorys :whistle:
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