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Old 05-18-10, 05:06 PM   #13
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Default Re: Temperature increase with Multiple Monitors?

Mine went from 70C at idle to 60C at idle but turning the fan up to 50% and the Shader Clock to 915. Goes to 47C with fan at 100%. So hopefully with a aftermarket cooler at some point we can get it down firther without the fan noise.

Hopefully I will get my AS Céramique this week and can reduce it a little more.
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Old 05-20-11, 06:22 AM   #14
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Anyone figure out why temps increase 10° when a 2nd or 3rd monitor is attached? This is just sitting at the desktop too
Same thing happens on Quadro cards too ! Im on Ubuntu 10.10 x64 running a Quadro 4000 card. The GPU temp is somewhere 50C using one display. Adding another display,
TwinView or Separate display will bring the temp up to 86C ! Go figure

Im using 270.41.06 drivers.

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Old 05-20-11, 07:19 AM   #15
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do you think a driver update will fix this

I need to use multible monitors but cant with this problem while my PC working 24h a day !!

nvidia have to do something
They've already stated that this is a hardware limitation and that they wouldn't be fixing it with a driver.

Your best bet is to get a program like Inspector and adjust the clocks through the various performance levels.
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