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Old 02-01-09, 08:46 AM   #37
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Default Re: GTX 285 96C in Furmark okey ?

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Yeah the ATCS 840 is a looker and got good reviews I see but it's getting much hotter then the HAF-932 so I will get that and I think it looks ace and are the best one can get for airflow and a big case to work in
The P182 is a pain in the a.. the worst case ever so the HAF 932 seems to be perfect for me!

Thanks for your input Blacklash!
As far as performance goes the CM HAF 932 is well liked-

http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/...d.php?t=190077

It's at a fairly good price point too, at least in the states. I am not sure about its price elsewhere.

I think it would be nice for people who like quiet cases too. Another good CM case is the Cosmos 1000.

In the states the HAF is 150 and the Cosmos can be had for as low as 190. For the cash/performance the HAF is darn attractive.
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Old 02-01-09, 01:30 PM   #38
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Yepp the HAF 932 seems to be a killer, and extremely cheap here in Sweden to. great as I have burned almost my cash now when I just got the GTX 285 so this is a win win for me

BTW, Pretty nice temps you got there TrixteH and true HR-03 and it should be a walk in the park in Furmark there after
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My 295 GTX goes above 100 degrees in Furmark That's on stock!!!

Reaches 105 or so when overclock to 675/1500/1200(2400) so which means, I don't overclock!

I am thinking of getting a waterblock for it and additional pump, radiator etc....maybe
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Old 02-02-09, 05:20 AM   #41
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My 295 GTX goes above 100 degrees in Furmark That's on stock!!!

Reaches 105 or so when overclock to 675/1500/1200(2400) so which means, I don't overclock!

I am thinking of getting a waterblock for it and additional pump, radiator etc....maybe
Woow that sounds really crazy, 105 degrees oouch thats hot
I just ordered a HAF 932 chassi so hopfully the temps will drop drastically on my GTX 285 as it went up to 99 today when I checked after some while in Furmark. I shot it down real fast then hehe.
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Old 02-02-09, 02:54 PM   #42
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FurMark reaches 99% fan on my stock EVGA 55nm 260 "SSC" edition (675MHz). Temp peaks at 86c and settles at 85c as the cooling fan speeds up quickly.
I have the same card, and for me the temp is same (85-86C) using furmark, however the fan speed is only 62% at that point.
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I have the same card, and for me the temp is same (85-86C) using furmark, however the fan speed is only 62% at that point.
If you have XP or Vista 32-bit, can you read your card's BIOS with NiBiTor and tell me the default voltage for the "extra" (ie, highest speed) setting?
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If you have XP or Vista 32-bit, can you read your card's BIOS with NiBiTor and tell me the default voltage for the "extra" (ie, highest speed) setting?
Nibitor v4.8 gives me the following values:

Extra 1,12V
3D 1,05V
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Nibitor v4.8 gives me the following values:

Extra 1,12V
3D 1,05V
2D 1,05V
Mine is 1.18v! I think I will reflash tonight with lower voltage, since I lowered the clocks yesterday, since it wasn't stable. Guess really I didn't get a good one.

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Ye I noticed the thread, replied there too.
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I have the same card, and for me the temp is same (85-86C) using furmark, however the fan speed is only 62% at that point.
Okay I reflashed my GTX260 55nm with 1.12v instead of 1.18v, and Furmark maxed out at 81c and 57% fan just now (at the lower custom 626/1352/1080 speed). Ten minute run. Played FC2 for 90 minutes no crashes. Wow, lowered wall wattage by about 52 watts too...
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Perhaps you should try at "default" overclocked speeds too, to see if you can crash it or create some graphics bugs?
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