Pville_Piper wrote:I wouldn't go over the set limits by the manufacture... That extra 10 degrees isn't likely going to yield much and could harm the card or shorten it's life. One of the things I learned early on is to get a really good cooler. That being said, if the fan is not that great, I would run a custom profile.
Chrispy_ wrote:For more info on how the boost works, read the old Titan reviews and search for GPU Boost 2.0. TR covered it very briefly, Anand has a lot more info on that particular feature.
If it's a non-reference half-height card you're going to struggle to cool it any better that that. I assume you need a half-height one?
If not, it's probably easier to ebay it and buy a full-size model like the reference boards or one with an aftermarket cooler. Buying a 3rd-party cooler and fitting it yourself will be as expensive and additionally void your warranty.
geekl33tgamer wrote:My next build will be a case that can take full width cards I think, but there's still plenty of life in this one yet. I could possibly try adding some venting area to the side panel where the card is...?
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