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  1. Posts : 129
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    bobkn said: View Post
    It's showing a temperature limit of 83C, so you'd get some throttling with the card at 85C.

    I'm not experienced in changing the fan settings. However, click on the settings button (leftmost of the 3 under the "fan speed" bar). Select the "fan" tab. Check the "enable user defined software automatic fan control" box. This is what follows for mine:

    Attachment 243987

    Like "Helmut" posted (and I doubted), the fan speed goes to 100% at the max temperature. (100% fan is much too noisy for my card.) You may need to adjust your fan speed profile to keep the card cooler than Asus's stock settings. I hope that you can do that without making it too noisy.

    If you can post a similar shot, maybe someone can give more detailed advice. I don't have a 1660ti.
    what do i enter in temperature hysteresis and fan speed update period?
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  2. Polo6RGTI's Avatar
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    @tushar4544 you can undervolt the card. It will help lower the temperature and maintain boost.

    Please note that the lowest Voltage possible all depends on the silicon quality of the GPU.

    If the Voltage is set too low the benchmark will lock-up or just crash back to the desktop.

    Click on the three bars to open the Voltage/Frequency curve editor. Click on a lower Voltage curve point and drag it upwards so that it equal to maximum boost frequency of the GPU, then click the "Apply button" on the skin.

    Use the Superposition 1080p Extreme benchmark to test the new curve. The GPU frequency and temperature is shown in the top right corner when running the benchmark.

    UNIGINE Benchmarks

    Don't save the new custom curve to a profile till you are sure it is stable.
    To save the new custom curve click on the small "Lock", click the "Save button", select a flashing profile number, click on the "Startup button" if you want the profile to automatically load at startup and finally click on the small Lock button again.
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    You can set the fan speed update period to 2000ms.

    Temperature hysteresis:
    Temperature Hysteresis? | guru3D Forums
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    Stock curve, Start 1911MHz - End 1873MHz, 55C Max Temperature
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    Undervolted curve with slight overclock, Start 1923MHz - End 1911MHz, 49C Max Temperature
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  3. Posts : 129
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    Polo6RGTI said: View Post
    @tushar4544 you can undervolt the card. It will help lower the temperature and maintain boost.

    Please note that the lowest Voltage possible all depends on the silicon quality of the GPU.

    If the Voltage is set too low the benchmark will lock-up or just crash back to the desktop.

    Click on the three bars to open the Voltage/Frequency curve editor. Click on a lower Voltage curve point and drag it upwards so that it equal to maximum boost frequency of the GPU, then click the "Apply button" on the skin.

    Use the Superposition 1080p Extreme benchmark to test the new curve. The GPU frequency and temperature is shown in the top right corner when running the benchmark.

    UNIGINE Benchmarks

    Don't save the new custom curve to a profile till you are sure it is stable.
    To save the new custom curve click on the small "Lock", click the "Save button", select a flashing profile number, click on the "Startup button" if you want the profile to automatically load at startup and finally click on the small Lock button again.
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    You can set the fan speed update period to 2000ms.

    Temperature hysteresis:
    Temperature Hysteresis? | guru3D Forums
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    Stock curve, Start 1911MHz - End 1873MHz, 55C Max Temperature
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    Undervolted curve with slight overclock, Start 1923MHz - End 1911MHz, 49C Max Temperature
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    thnx for all this i dont understand it i dont want to risk my new gpu too and its fine till 1080p and temperature rises above 1080p resolution i made biggest mistake that i got this card i was about to get msi 1660 ti ventus
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  4. bobkn's Avatar
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       #34

    tushar4544 said: View Post
    thnx for all this i dont understand it i dont want to risk my new gpu too and its fine till 1080p and temperature rises above 1080p resolution i made biggest mistake that i got this card i was about to get msi 1660 ti ventus
    Please don't quote a page full of graphics to make a two line reply.

    Can you show what the fan speed profile is for the card? (See post number 30.) I wonder whether it ever goes to 100%?
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  5. Posts : 129
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    Faith said: View Post
    What 1660Ti do you have exactly? Depending on the AIB cooler, 80-85c is normal for many cards and within the threshold. GPU Boost 4.0 is made to maintain high clock frequencies at and around 80c on Nvidia cards. Anything over and the card will simply throttle the boost frequencies. Again, it depends on the AIB cooler.
    i have asus gtx 1660ti dual and what is throttle it easily goes above 80
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  6. Faith's Avatar
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       #36

    tushar4544 said: View Post
    i have asus gtx 1660ti dual and what is throttle it easily goes above 80
    Your card can boost up to 1830 MHz on a sustained temperature. Around 80c the card will just downclock - or throttle - the boost frequencies closer to the base frequency of 1530 MHz. The card will try to keep high clock frequencies between the base (1530) and max (1830) based on voltage and temperature.

    Throttling of the base clock, under 1530 MHz, is not good.
    Throttling of the boost clock, under 1830 MHz, is normal.

    I have said it before; 80c and up to 85c with a marginal increase/decrease is honestly not something you should be concerned about for this particular card. It runs hot because how it was designed. The sensible thing you can do is to increase the fan curves like we've been pointing out earlier, or ignore it, unless it hits thermal limits and starts to downclock your base frequency during gaming.
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  7. Posts : 129
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    Faith said: View Post
    Your card can boost up to 1830 MHz on a sustained temperature. Around 80c the card will just downclock - or throttle - the boost frequencies closer to the base frequency of 1530 MHz. The card will try to keep high clock frequencies between the base (1530) and max (1830) based on voltage and temperature.

    Throttling of the base clock, under 1530 MHz, is not good.
    Throttling of the boost clock, under 1830 MHz, is normal.

    I have said it before; 80c and up to 85c with a marginal increase/decrease is honestly not something you should be concerned about for this particular card. It runs hot because how it was designed. The sensible thing you can do is to increase the fan curves like we've been pointing out earlier, or ignore it, unless it hits thermal limits and starts to downclock your base frequency during gaming.
    I have now set fan curve now and also at 4k resolution temperature goes above 85 but at 1080p is normal 59 this card is beadt though it is running battlefield 4 ultra 1080p with resolution scale 150% no fps drop its constant

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    my gpu boost clock is 1830mhz why it showing 1970 in game? i have not overclocked anything
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  8. Dude's Avatar
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       #38

    That is normal, it's Nvidia Boost. It auto adjust and boost while operating

    GPU Boost Technology Overview | GeForce
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  9. teots's Avatar
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    >tushar4544> do not remove the dust cap, it won't lower the tempeture. Remove the power cords from trail (if any) socket and plug directly to wall socket can improve cooling.
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  10. Posts : 129
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    teots said: View Post
    >tushar4544> do not remove the dust cap, it won't lower the tempeture. Remove the power cords from trail (if any) socket and plug directly to wall socket can improve cooling.
    did not understand trail
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