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    Lightbulb 8800GTX Overheating - how to cool?

    I need a cheap and easy way to just take some of the heat of my GTX. It hardlocks when im in crysis or other high end games. I don't want to spend £30 on a new heatsink for the card, as this is fiddly and i cba cos i'll probs screw it up. I just want some ideas to take off some of the heat so i can play crysis without hardlocks.

    I was thinking about one of these:
    System Exhaust Blower
    Or getting a 80MM fan and sticking on the back of the GTX on the ouside of the case to 'suck' air out from the heatsink's 2nd slot. Or get my spare 120mm fan and whack under neath the card blowing air onto it. My case cables need tidying up, but i doubt that will make much of an impact.


    Will any of these ideas be particulary effective?

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    Re: 8800GTX Overheating - how to cool?

    This would be effective... I would try the 120mm fan first though...

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    Re: 8800GTX Overheating - how to cool?

    Quote Originally Posted by SiM View Post
    This would be effective... I would try the 120mm fan first though...
    Not really within the OP's conditions, that...

    The effective thing is to make sure that the existing HSF is working properly. Many of these just don't run the fan at a high enough RPM. Use Rivatuner, etc. to make sure that it's spinning at an appropriate speed for the temps.

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    Re: 8800GTX Overheating - how to cool?

    Which case you have? and is the airflow good? That is very important for gpu temps...

    Quote Originally Posted by Thorsson View Post
    Not really within the OP's conditions, that...
    But its less than £30... ok I admit I should have read the post properly

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    Re: 8800GTX Overheating - how to cool?

    80mm fan on the back of the card works well.

    so does a custom profile using rivatuner to get it to 100% by the time its hit 65 degrees

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    Re: 8800GTX Overheating - how to cool?

    dont get the system blower, its a wast of time and does more hamr then good. I bought one and if you have it next to the graphics card it starves the card of cool air(as its sucking it out) and you cant put it ontop the card as the gap isnt enogh(well could depend on mobo and case but for mine it was squashed on the card and 50C against some cheap plastic isnt great imo. It made my temps go up by at least 10C and is noisy.

    My card is overheating on mass effect, plays without lag but makes the card produce so much heat when compared to crysis being a cake walk for it, also looking for a way to minimalise heat, may try a fan on the top of it but how should i mount it and should it push or pull air onto the pcb?
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    Re: 8800GTX Overheating - how to cool?

    Yeah, i know the heatsinks are worth it and everything, but if im honest i really cant be arsed I'd end up breaking something.
    Yeah, i'll try the fan on the back, and i have fiddled with the fan speed and its on 85% atm, i'll set it to go to 100% when it hits 65 like you said.

    The main question really is like the one above, where is best to stick a fan inside the case. As for the case's cooling, i have a 120 mm on the front intake, 2 120mm on the side (botton intake top exhaust) and a 2000rpm 120mm on the back as exhaust.

    Except the fan on the front, they are all these

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    Re: 8800GTX Overheating - how to cool?

    seems like a die contact issue to me if you're already having so much fans..

    G80 are notorious for having their original HSF being badly positioned. I recall my 8800GTS had like piss amounts of thermal paste on the die.. covered probably only 1/3 of the die (ok.. I know G80 have this IHS and things, but 1/3 on full pressure seems far too low for any good thermla contact)

    My advice if you don't want to waste cash is to take the cooler apart, check and see if the contacts are ok.. make it even better.. put some AS5 on just to be sure..
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    Re: 8800GTX Overheating - how to cool?

    I would also suggest removing the stock cooler and reapplying the thermal paste, it should help you. Just bare in mind that removing the stock cooler would void a warranty unless it's an EVGA card who are as far as I'm aware the only company that don't void warranties for fiting aftermarket coolers. I also wouldn't bother with an exhaust blower that goes in a PCI slot. I got one when my 2900XT was very hot, and it didn't help at all and only destroyed the air flow in my case.

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    Re: 8800GTX Overheating - how to cool?

    Hmmmm, i wanted to avoid taking it apart incase something goes wrong
    It's not in warrantee anyway.

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    Re: 8800GTX Overheating - how to cool?

    Well, the 120mm spare fan i had is now broke Tried to put it in place and one of the fins snapped off cos it knocked the case edge. Oops

    I ran the nvidia monitor while in crysis to see what temps it was hitting, nothing too high imo, obviously the card doesnt like it though I can't upload so will c+p.

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    EDIT: Tried it again later with fan on 100%, it lasted longer 5-10 mins but still crashed. So looks like i dont have much choice
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    Re: 8800GTX Overheating - how to cool?

    what case have you got?

    and can you explain clearly what cooling you got altogether ie:

    have you changed stock fans for case, motherboard,VGA, ect??

    have you got fan controller?

    check VGA stock working....?

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    Re: 8800GTX Overheating - how to cool?

    My case

    3 Fans (the side and rear) have been changed for the ones linked in previous post, sharkoon. Thats all i have changed, heatsink is this. Graphics card cooler is stock. I do have case fan controllers but dont use them. The cooler is working as when i set it from 60 to 85 or 100% you can hear it working.

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    Re: 8800GTX Overheating - how to cool?

    the cpu cooler you got pretty bad tbh, id get a different one. maybe a sycth or a 120 heatsink+fan ulrathermite

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    Re: 8800GTX Overheating - how to cool?

    Well, hopefully I'm getting a E8400 soon, and my cpu idles at around 30 deg so cant be taht bad.

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    Re: 8800GTX Overheating - how to cool?

    if you get a e8400 make sure to get a decent cpu cooler.

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