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Is it on default settings? What is the temp?
 
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set a custom fan profile using MSI afterburner
 
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set a custom fan profile using MSI afterburner
I dit it with a beautiful parabola, but that's not my question.
I only want to know if the other owners have the same thing.

My idea is that Gigabyte used a wrong parameter, probably for a simple marketing reason, I mean "very low temperature in idle state"...
 
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my super overclocked 580's default is 40 percent at idle (28c) if that helps, i think gigabyte probably does this on purpose for reasons unkown
 

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Mine is a MSI gtx650
Idle fan speed 1050rpm 30%
My default gpu clock is lower 1085mhz which is
probably why you have the high fan speed.
 
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Mine is a MSI gtx650
Idle fan speed 1050rpm 30%
My default gpu clock is lower 1085mhz which is
probably why you have the high fan speed.
You're probably right but as I have 24°C in idle, 48% is really too high.
35 to 40% would have been sufficient...
 

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It doesn't make sense to compare different models when it comes to RPM. Their cooling design including fan blade & size is different. I had similar concern before. Their RMA guy told that the default idle setting of their fan speed is based on its noise level (25dBA)
 
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It doesn't make sense to compare different models when it comes to RPM. Their cooling design including fan blade & size is different. I had similar concern before. Their RMA guy told that the default idle setting of their fan speed is based on its noise level (25dBA)
OK but no manufacturer explains how the cooler is designed.
In their product description, no manufacturer gives, the min/max noise, the min/max fan speed, the min/max temperature, the speed curve used.
Before to buy my Gigabyte GTX650 "too cold", I had a Sapphire HD4850 "too hot".
For both, I've been obliged to use MSI-Afterburner in order to put an efficient fan curve.
I think it's not good to take the customer for a ride...
 
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Mine runs at 40% at idle, goes up according to the load and temps, never seen it go over 50-55% in stress testing tbh. I have 2 fans though and 2 cooper heatpipes 1 per fan. Still tinkering with clocking but the fan doesn't break a sweat. Slower and quiter the better :)
 
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Mine runs at 40% at idle, goes up according to the load and temps, never seen it go over 50-55% in stress testing tbh. I have 2 fans though and 2 cooper heatpipes 1 per fan. Still tinkering with clocking but the fan doesn't break a sweat. Slower and quiter the better :)
Thanks Alcpone, is the GV-N650WF2-1GI your card?
 
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I'm not entirely sure mate, i've had alook in gpuz and nv inspector and can't see anything relating to that code.