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when i i try to game on 144hz it looks normal but it will lower it self slowly while i game as 144hz to 60 then more lower and goes black screen as you can hear some noises but then silent black screen and force reboot it self or stays black screen so not sure gpu or the monitor as i try old nvidia drivers and the new one and different dispaly port cables games and do the same thing still but the wierd thing i can wacth normal youtube like a cheap computer and benchmark not sure if there good  on 970 gtx from msi


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Well, your GPU is getting pretty hot and may be thermal throttling. Bring up MSI Afterburner hardware monitor and see what your clocks, temps, and fan speed do over time. See what your CPU numbers look like, too, in case the cooler isn't seated properly or if the thermal paste is bad. That's where I'd start.
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(2018-01-11, 08:37:08 AM)pinormous Wrote: Well, your GPU is getting pretty hot and may be thermal throttling. Bring up MSI Afterburner hardware monitor and see what your clocks, temps, and fan speed do over time. See what your CPU numbers look like, too, in case the cooler isn't seated properly or if the thermal paste is bad. That's where I'd start.

i set my 7 noctua fans 140 to silent and a d15 noctua cpu fan is that bad for a corsair 600q
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(2018-01-11, 08:37:08 AM)pinormous Wrote: Well, your GPU is getting pretty hot and may be thermal throttling. Bring up MSI Afterburner hardware monitor and see what your clocks, temps, and fan speed do over time. See what your CPU numbers look like, too, in case the cooler isn't seated properly or if the thermal paste is bad. That's where I'd start.

i saw silent mode computer in a 7 fans on turns over 94 and full speed fans turns 91 but wont shutdown or go black and the cpu all ways stayed 50 or 40 and not sure how long can i use gpu 91 c on load as the game i used for it was left4dead 2 on 144hz 2560x1440
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91c just doesn't make sense in that setup. It should be getting plenty of air. My current setup has worse airflow than that and uses a blower style cooler on the gpu (also a 970), and under full load on [email protected] (which would be just as, or more, stressful than any game) it's only at 61c.

Were you changing just the Noctua case fan speeds, or did you change the GPU fan curve in MSI Afterburner too? The stock fan curve is so conservative, that it will only ramp up to 50% fan speed under full load. Change the curve to hit 100% between 70-80c and see if that helps your temps.
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A few things that come to mind when i hear such high temperatures:

How did you setup your fans? Looking at the case, it would be best to blow in air from the front and bottom, and sucking it out in the back:
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You can try to put on new Thermal Paste: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qDLQ7FjPMf8
And rule of thumb with Thermal Paste: less is better.

Last but not least: It might be a production error that causes this, so if you still got warranty you might wanna try if you can get that replaced. I had once a GTX260 which caused unending heat problems and i ended up having to underclock it.
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(2018-01-12, 08:39:53 AM)pinormous Wrote: 91c just doesn't make sense in that setup. It should be getting plenty of air. My current setup has worse airflow than that and uses a blower style cooler on the gpu (also a 970), and under full load on [email protected] (which would be just as, or more, stressful than any game) it's only at 61c.

Gaming can use 120% power, folding generally doesn't go above 80


Regardless, this still sounds higher than normal for 'full speed'
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i build my own pc and points allot to the 2 or 3 years old gpu
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(2018-02-04, 02:11:47 AM)lesu Wrote: https://imgur.com/a/YbXHK

Well, it's clearly not an airflow problem!

Your GPU heatsink fins and fan blades do look pretty dusty, do you have a can of compressed air you can use to blow it out? It's amazing how thermally insulating a thin layer of dust can be.
With it being a several year old card, maybe pulling it apart and applying new thermal paste could help as well, if you're comfortable doing that sort of thing; definitely helped the temps on my 970s.
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(2018-02-04, 05:49:05 AM)pinormous Wrote: Well, it's clearly not an airflow problem!

Actually i see a major problem with the airflow, hardly any cool air comes to the graphics card. In this configuration, way too much attention is set to the cpu and hardly any for the gpu. So the aiflow heavily favors the cpu.

Current airflow:
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What i personally would change in this setup is first and foremost: Flip the bottom left... it just blows out cool much of the cool air that comes fan above it.

Secondly, remove the bottom right, it creates additional negative pressure at the bottom, but the bottom has already good airflow.

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I am convinced that this would make for a much better airflow:

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The upside down motherboard already makes it harder, because the graphics card has to suck air from top to bottom and has to fight against the hot air wanting to rise up.

But in ANY way... the bottom two fans do not help at all by blowing air out of the bottom. They may even harm the airflow.

And i know that may sound harsh, but i think that this case is pretty bad designed overall and inverted cases in general just make it a little bit harder. The best solution would be a new case.
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does it matter which of two i flip i may flipped the second one and i removed the front door for more airflow will i get more cool temperature and i may need one for a gpu cooler where can i put that in the case
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(2018-02-04, 09:12:36 AM)lesu Wrote: does it matter which of two i flip i may flipped the second one and i removed the front door for more airflow will i get more cool temperature and i may need one for a gpu cooler where can i put that in the case

You don't have to remove the door in the front, the case has a big enough opening on the sides to let air flow in.

And like i drew you on the picture: I would flip around the left one on the bottom and remove the right one on the bottom.
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My god, all those Noctua fans!

Their combined value must be worth a mid-range video card!
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