- Jan 17, 2018
Agree with thr 2nd part but the mining is the surest way to kill a card. Excessive use with no stop will kill it. If it dies have fun waiting months for a replacement. Somehow I doubt the companies have Blackstock to fix thr cards.- You start mining on that this boy and get your money back at some point
For gaming, try out all those games you were never able to max out before and if you have 1080p (maybe even 1440?) screen, try playing some games with 4x DSR - Amazing experience, it's like playing Ubisoft bullshots
Agree with thr 2nd part but the mining is the surest way to kill a card. Excessive use with no stop will kill it. If it dies have fun waiting months for a replacement. Somehow I doubt the companies have Blackstock to fix thr cards.
A fan curve adjust the speed of the fans based on the temperature of the GPU. I think most out of the box fan profiles keep the fans relatively slow until you start hitting temperatures around 80 C and then they crank them really high. This means your video card is relatively quiet for about a minute or two while you're playing a game and then it gets really loud really quickly. What I typically do is keep the fans more aggressive at lower temperatures but are still relatively quiet and will only get into loud territory when the temperatures require it. Overall it means a more consistent and lower noise profile from your card. Also I use the aggressive fan settings to make sure the GPU isn't spending most of it's life sitting at the maximum temperature. Otherwise it means a lot more stress on all of the components which could eventually lead to a hardware failure because you're sitting at the maximum rated temperature all the time.What does fan curve and undervolt do?