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2020/05/24 17:21:15 (permalink)
Hi!
 
I'm overclocking my FTW3 card and the temps I'm getting seem a little high to me, but I'm really new to this so I was hoping I could get some other opinions. I'm particularly worried about MEM2 and MEM3 temperatures, and I've researched that these chips can be higher in temperatures because of their position placement on the card, but this was after a 20 minute test using heaven benchmark. I've tested RDR2, GTAV, Siege, and there's no performance issues, but the temperature results are similar within the same timespan. Are these temps cutting it too close to what should be tolerated by the card? Thanks for the help!
 
EDIT: I don't know if image is showing properly, but just in case. 
 
Memory Clock: +600
Core Clock: +115
Voltage: 0 (Now at 100 with similar results)
Power: 110
 
 
GPU temp: 81C
MEM2: 90C
MEM3: 89C
post edited by papaniz - 2020/05/24 17:56:02

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Re: 2080TI FTW3 Temps when OCing running High 2020/05/24 19:27:15 (permalink)
Definitely getting up there. Are you running your fans at max? Mem can take up to 95c without any issues.

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Re: 2080TI FTW3 Temps when OCing running High 2020/05/24 19:32:41 (permalink)
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Definitely getting up there. Are you running your fans at max? Mem can take up to 95c without any issues.




Yeah cutting it pretty close! I have the GPU fans running max. But should I also have the case fans on max? I believe they're on balanced settings right now, I'll try performance mode for the case fans and see what happens, if it lowers by even 1 or 2C it would definitely help at this point. 

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Re: 2080TI FTW3 Temps when OCing running High 2020/05/24 19:34:44 (permalink)
When gaming I would definitely have the case fans on max.

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Re: 2080TI FTW3 Temps when OCing running High 2020/05/24 19:49:24 (permalink)
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When gaming I would definitely have the case fans on max.




Yeah I will try it now with all case fans at max speed this time, I completely forgot I can set that through the Gigabyte app, I was seeing the cpu cooler was running max through iCue but not the case fans (oops), thanks for the suggestion! 
 
 
 
 
 
post edited by papaniz - 2020/05/24 22:15:39

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Re: 2080TI FTW3 Temps when OCing running High 2020/05/24 22:20:28 (permalink)
Update:
 
So now with the case fans and GPU fans on max here's the results (same OC as from the OP):
 
GPU temp: 80C
MEM2: 88C
MEM3: 87C
 
Temps dropped 1-2C; I guess my concern is if the GPU and MEM2 and MEM3 chips can handle this temp for day to day gaming. I do plan on water cooling in a few months when I can round up the cash (Hopefully).

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Re: 2080TI FTW3 Temps when OCing running High 2020/05/25 04:11:00 (permalink)
It is slowly getting warmer (summer) so perhaps the indoor temps are a few degrees warmer as well. But I have also noticed that the last one or two (definitely the last driver update) has increased my temps as well.
 
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Re: 2080TI FTW3 Temps when OCing running High 2020/05/25 04:28:00 (permalink)
Room temps? I'd stop overclocking.. though the card will down clock the card to help keep those temps down anyway.

Setup some serious aggressive fan profiles for the cards 3 fans so they are not off on idle temps and start ramping up to 75/80% on load temps early. 50c have them cranking.. 65c or so 100%.

Its just tricky cause the mem/power temps will be much lower then the GPU early on but you would also want them the same as it ultimately helps the GPU temps as well.

And yes.. the case fans matter cause if they are not supplying the level of air your card is trying to pull, it will choke them and the card cant cool.

No one asked what case your using either. What is it?

Ever test with the case open to see if the temps are better?

Could always go old school and point a large house fan at the inside of the case to help cool it as well.

If the room temps are not high, then it could be a problem with the card heatsink.. maybe the thermal paste on the card isint great and not making proper contact.. but since everything is hot on the card and CPU its prob not that bad look at overall room temps or case cooling for the issue.

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Re: 2080TI FTW3 Temps when OCing running High 2020/05/25 06:40:55 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby papaniz 2020/05/25 15:39:51
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my concern is if the GPU and MEM2 and MEM3 chips can handle this temp for day to day gaming.

They can.

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Re: 2080TI FTW3 Temps when OCing running High 2020/05/25 08:17:35 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby papaniz 2020/05/25 15:41:39
How are your fans and radiators configured in the P400? Could be an issue with feeding the GPU warmer air if you have the 360mm radiator configured as intake in the front of the case. Try removing the side panel and retesting and see what you get. If temps drop measurably you have a warm air intake issue and may be worth redoing the air flow in your case and try to configure the radiator to exhaust the warm air outside the case. What I think is happening is that your radiator is dumping warm air into your case, that's then being recycled into your GPU and then being heated up and dumped into your case again causing a cascade of warm air. 
 
While your memory is technically fine to run at 90C as it's rated up to 95C for the life of the card, I'd still try rearranging your fans to see if you could drop it a bit. 

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Re: 2080TI FTW3 Temps when OCing running High 2020/05/25 08:48:27 (permalink)
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Room temps? I'd stop overclocking.. though the card will down clock the card to help keep those temps down anyway.

Setup some serious aggressive fan profiles for the cards 3 fans so they are not off on idle temps and start ramping up to 75/80% on load temps early. 50c have them cranking.. 65c or so 100%.

Its just tricky cause the mem/power temps will be much lower then the GPU early on but you would also want them the same as it ultimately helps the GPU temps as well.

And yes.. the case fans matter cause if they are not supplying the level of air your card is trying to pull, it will choke them and the card cant cool.

No one asked what case your using either. What is it?

Ever test with the case open to see if the temps are better?

Could always go old school and point a large house fan at the inside of the case to help cool it as well.

If the room temps are not high, then it could be a problem with the card heatsink.. maybe the thermal paste on the card isint great and not making proper contact.. but since everything is hot on the card and CPU its prob not that bad look at overall room temps or case cooling for the issue.



I don't have my room temps, but as dc8flyer mentioned it is summer, and my basement is slightly warmer in these months compared to winter here in Alberta, but I'd say it's still around normal room temps and not warm at all. Windows are usually open throughout the basement too, but I will keep this in mind. 
 
I do have an aggressive fan curve going right now that gets to 100% at 65C just like you mentioned. I might bring the curve down to start at 100% at 60C.
 
Case is P400 and I tested after taking off the front panel and there wasn't a difference in temps, but I will try to open the side glass panel as CraptacularOne mentioned and seeing what I get. 
 
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How are your fans and radiators configured in the P400? Could be an issue with feeding the GPU warmer air if you have the 360mm radiator configured as intake in the front of the case. Try removing the side panel and retesting and see what you get. If temps drop measurably you have a warm air intake issue and may be worth redoing the air flow in your case and try to configure the radiator to exhaust the warm air outside the case. What I think is happening is that your radiator is dumping warm air into your case, that's then being recycled into your GPU and then being heated up and dumped into your case again causing a cascade of warm air. 
 
While your memory is technically fine to run at 90C as it's rated up to 95C for the life of the card, I'd still try rearranging your fans to see if you could drop it a bit. 




I have the radiator mounted with the fans behind the rad pulling air in. It's a 360mm rad so I can only mount it on the front for this particular case :( I'm going to test temps with the side panel opened as you mentioned and seeing what I get though. 
 
My case fans are 3 intake fans in the front mounted behind the rad, 2 exhaust fans on the top and 1 exhaust fan on the back. 
 
 
These are great suggestions guys, thanks for the help!

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Re: 2080TI FTW3 Temps when OCing running High 2020/05/25 09:10:46 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby papaniz 2020/05/25 15:40:57
Well, as for temperatures - there is nothing bad if gpu going up to 80C and mem up to 90C.
But it is not normal in terms of max fan rpm. That should not be like that. It could be normal if fans running silently (like mine asus rog strix heated up to 86C with fans up to 40%), but if you are running fans at maximum - temps should be like in 65-70C range, so something is wrong.
 
And one thing that could be wrong - is rad mounted at front as intake: actually it is not warming air up significantly, but it is strongly obstructs airflow, so your problem could be bad intake and if you can't mount your rad on top as exhaust - you can try to add fans on it to make a push-pull configuration, which increase airflow through radiator so your gpu will get more air. 
Or you can try to make more intake in your case if you have some bottom option fans.
 
Other thing could be wrong is TIM.
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Re: 2080TI FTW3 Temps when OCing running High 2020/05/25 09:18:20 (permalink)
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Well, as for temperatures - there is nothing bad if gpu going up to 80C and mem up to 90C.
But it is not normal in terms of max fan rpm. That should not be like that. It could be normal if fans running silently (like mine asus rog strix going up to 86C with fans up to 40%), but if you are running fans at maximum - temps should be like in 65-70C range, so something is wrong.
 
And one thing that could be wrong - is rad mounted at front as intake: actually it is not warming air up significantly, but it is strongly obstructs airflow, so your problem could be bad intake and if you can't mount your rad on top as exhaust - you can try to add fans on it to make a push-pull configuration, which increase airflow through radiator so your gpu will get more air. 
Or you can try to make more intake in your case if you have some bottom option fans.




Good point! I do have a few case fans sitting somewhere. I'll try to add three fans to the front of the radiator along with the 3 mounted behind the radiator and see if temps are better

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Re: 2080TI FTW3 Temps when OCing running High 2020/05/25 10:15:46 (permalink)
I have the same case and mounted my radiators on the top and rear as exhaust. You can check the pics in my mods rigs page for reference. 

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Re: 2080TI FTW3 Temps when OCing running High 2020/05/25 15:32:59 (permalink)
Update:
 
So, I tested temps without the front and glass panel, and then tested with each one separately. The only change I found was the glass panel adds about 1C. I also mounted an additional 3 fans to the front of the rad now and here's the new results with the same OC as in the original post:
 
 
25 minutes of heaven benchmark (Side panels and front panel are now closed):
MEM2: 86C
MEM3: 85C
GPU: 78C
 
Still a little high but I feel as though because of the position of MEM2 and MEM3 it's hard to go lower than 80 on air cooling :( . This is a pretty good improvement from original though which was run for 20 minutes and not 25! Is 20-30 minute Heaven benchmark test long enough when testing temps? I'm thinking of running it for an hour or so and see where it's at. I'm also going to try a few games later. 
 
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I have the same case and mounted my radiators on the top and rear as exhaust. You can check the pics in my mods rigs page for reference. 




My radiator is the 360 mm so it won't fit on top unfortunately :(. Love the setup though!
 
 
post edited by papaniz - 2020/05/25 15:46:12

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Re: 2080TI FTW3 Temps when OCing running High 2020/05/25 15:44:25 (permalink)
So, you are getting 78C with opened sidepanel? On max rpm?
If so, that is not normal and can't be explained with low airflow. So it could be bad TIM application. That leads to either RMA or checking and reapplying TIM.

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Re: 2080TI FTW3 Temps when OCing running High 2020/05/25 15:45:11 (permalink)
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So, you are getting 78C with opened sidepanel? On max rpm?
If so, that is not normal and can't be explained with low airflow. So it could be bad TIM application. That leads to either RMA or checking and reapplying TIM.




Sorry for the confusion, all panels are closed now

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Re: 2080TI FTW3 Temps when OCing running High 2020/05/25 15:46:52 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby papaniz 2020/05/25 15:50:56
Well with those results its showing an intake issue. As not enough air flow for the card to use.

I'd keep those rad fans cranking. Keep in mind that the CPU isint doing much during gaming most of the time. So if you have a fan profile for the CPU.. its prob not aggressive enough to keep up with the hot card.

Keep the cpu rad fans pumping as much as you can bare. Your card needs that air flow.

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Re: 2080TI FTW3 Temps when OCing running High 2020/05/25 15:51:17 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby papaniz 2020/05/25 15:56:38
More air in then out is best. The heat will naturally be pushed out all the small openings in the case.. keep the dust down as well.

Fans on a rads usually work best on push then pull. Push/pull best. So keep that setup.. usually the weaker fans in pull and the better stronger fans in push.. so if they are different fans, remember that.

Any fine air filters on intake us usually a no no unless you really need them.. like you got a pet hair issse.

Fine filters on intake kill air flow.

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Re: 2080TI FTW3 Temps when OCing running High 2020/05/25 15:52:55 (permalink)
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Sorry for the confusion, all panels are closed now

And how hot is it with opened panel?

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Re: 2080TI FTW3 Temps when OCing running High 2020/05/25 16:08:43 (permalink)
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Sorry for the confusion, all panels are closed now

And how hot is it with opened panel?




Wow okay, so I think when I was originally testing the temps with the opened panels I must've had the wrong profile set and didn't notice. I overlooked something.
 
Now I made sure I'm running the same test as the OP, with the side glass panel and front panel off the card on load is running at 66C with MEM2 at 72C and MEM3 at 74C. When I took off the front panel only it went down about 4C to about 74C and when I took off the glass panel and front panel it went down to 66C. This is all on maximum load running Heaven and maximum RPMs for case and gpu fans. That is a huge difference. So does this suggest the air in my case is too warm? 
 
Thanks for the help in finding this issue everyone! 
post edited by papaniz - 2020/05/25 16:12:36

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CPU: Intel i7-8700K
GPU: EVGA Geforce RTX 2080 Ti FTW3
MOBO: GIGABYTE AORUS Z370 Gaming 7 (Rev 1.0) (ATX)
RAM: 32Gb (4 x 8gb G.Skill Trident Z 3000 Mhz)
PSU: EVGA 850 Watt G3 PSU
Storage: Samsung 850 EVO SSD (1Tb) + Samsung 860 EVO SSD (500gb)
Cooler: Corsair H150i Pro (360 mm)
Monitor: Acer Predator X34 + MSI Optix G24
Case: Phanteks P400 Tempered Glass Edition
Other: 3 extra Corsair LL120 fans (6 total LL120 fans)
 
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Re: 2080TI FTW3 Temps when OCing running High 2020/05/25 16:14:29 (permalink)
66C is fine for ftw3 on max power limit.
So nothing wrong with your gpu.
 
Yeah, that means that air in case is warm. But it is warmed up with gpu, not your cpu aio ;)
So the problem is in low intake, obstructed with rad. 
 
Did you mounted same LL120 on your rad as it was already installed? This fans have good static pressure so they are good for radiator, but maybe you mounted something with low pressure as push, so results are not great.
 

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Re: 2080TI FTW3 Temps when OCing running High 2020/05/25 16:24:21 (permalink)
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66C is fine for ftw3 on max power limit.
So nothing wrong with your gpu.
 
Yeah, that means that air in case is warm. But it is warmed up with gpu, not your cpu aio ;)
So the problem is in low intake, obstructed with rad. 
 
Did you mounted same LL120 on your rad as it was already installed? This fans have good static pressure so they are good for radiator, but maybe you mounted something with low pressure as push, so results are not great.
 




Yeah I left the 3 x LL120's placed behind the rad and added 3 AF120s in front of the rad. I believe they're the quiet editions. Should I switch the positions and put the LL's out front? 
 
The only other fans I have are 2 Phanteks fans that came with the case originally, and 3 Corsair pwm fans (model 31-004754). 
 
I'll also take fan suggestions if anyone knows good rad fans! 

System:
CPU: Intel i7-8700K
GPU: EVGA Geforce RTX 2080 Ti FTW3
MOBO: GIGABYTE AORUS Z370 Gaming 7 (Rev 1.0) (ATX)
RAM: 32Gb (4 x 8gb G.Skill Trident Z 3000 Mhz)
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Re: 2080TI FTW3 Temps when OCing running High 2020/05/25 16:42:00 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby papaniz 2020/05/25 20:34:02
You can try, but these are high airflow / low pressure fans, it should not be mounted on rad.
31-004754 - isn't that ML120? Check its rpm, if it is around 1600 - that should be perfect.
 
Great fans for rad - noctua f12 ppc industrial 2000 or 3000 rpm :) Tons of flow and pressure:
https://noctua.at/en/nf-f12-industrialppc-2000
 
And they can go down to 300 rpm, and that is fantastic.
 
UPD hm, actually LL120 not so good for rads either... I missed that its only 1.6mm h2o.
https://www.corsair.com/ru/en/Categories/Products/Fans/ml-config/p/CO-9050071-WW#tab-tech-specs
Even bequiet is better: https://www.bequiet.com/en/casefans/722
1.61 @1600 vs 1.79 @1450 vs 2.63 @1500 nocuta 
(or 3.0 @2200 vs 3.37 @2200 vs 3.94 @2000 noctua f12)
 
ML120 is better - up to 1.8 @1600 or 4.2 @2400.
Anyway it should be high pressure fan to work good pushing air through rad.
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Re: 2080TI FTW3 Temps when OCing running High 2020/05/25 17:22:26 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby papaniz 2020/05/25 20:37:23
You'll want to use the same fans all around when it comes to rad fans so they're all sync'd. 
 
Secondly, I'm not sure which triple AIO (360mm) you're using but you MIGHT be able to snatch it for GPU cooling with the NZXT G12 GPU AIO bracket.  (Make sure it's shipped and sold by amazon for the cheaper price and full warranty and not those 3rd party sellers)  You'll have to check their compatibility AIO listing to see if it will work.  Even if it's not shown, it still could work but not 100% sure.  

With that said, you can than grab another 240mm AIO for the CPU and add that to the top of the case, presuming it all can and will fit.
 
Try grabbing the same brand AIO so you're able to control both AIOs from the same software if possible.
 
Just a thought but yes, I agree that you seem to have an air flow issue while still being within your thermal limits.

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Re: 2080TI FTW3 Temps when OCing running High 2020/05/25 18:34:11 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby papaniz 2020/05/25 20:36:29
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Sorry for the confusion, all panels are closed now

And how hot is it with opened panel?




Wow okay, so I think when I was originally testing the temps with the opened panels I must've had the wrong profile set and didn't notice. I overlooked something.
 
Now I made sure I'm running the same test as the OP, with the side glass panel and front panel off the card on load is running at 66C with MEM2 at 72C and MEM3 at 74C. When I took off the front panel only it went down about 4C to about 74C and when I took off the glass panel and front panel it went down to 66C. This is all on maximum load running Heaven and maximum RPMs for case and gpu fans. That is a huge difference. So does this suggest the air in my case is too warm? 
 
Thanks for the help in finding this issue everyone! 


OK you have the older P400 not the newer model with the mesh front like I do. Yeah that's exactly what I thought was happening you are dumping warm air from the front mounted radiator into your case and with what little cool air your case can draw in you are just creating a runaway heating loop. You can definitely fit the 360mm rad in the top on mine. I'm sure the tooling is still the same between our cases so it should work with yours too. I have plenty of room on mine to fit a 360mm just didn't since I already had a 240mm and a 120mm from previous builds. 
post edited by CraptacularOne - 2020/05/25 18:36:15

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Re: 2080TI FTW3 Temps when OCing running High 2020/05/25 20:37:34 (permalink)
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papaniz
 
Sorry for the confusion, all panels are closed now

And how hot is it with opened panel?




Wow okay, so I think when I was originally testing the temps with the opened panels I must've had the wrong profile set and didn't notice. I overlooked something.
 
Now I made sure I'm running the same test as the OP, with the side glass panel and front panel off the card on load is running at 66C with MEM2 at 72C and MEM3 at 74C. When I took off the front panel only it went down about 4C to about 74C and when I took off the glass panel and front panel it went down to 66C. This is all on maximum load running Heaven and maximum RPMs for case and gpu fans. That is a huge difference. So does this suggest the air in my case is too warm? 
 
Thanks for the help in finding this issue everyone! 


OK you have the older P400 not the newer model with the mesh front like I do. Yeah that's exactly what I thought was happening you are dumping warm air from the front mounted radiator into your case and with what little cool air your case can draw in you are just creating a runaway heating loop. You can definitely fit the 360mm rad in the top on mine. I'm sure the tooling is still the same between our cases so it should work with yours too. I have plenty of room on mine to fit a 360mm just didn't since I already had a 240mm and a 120mm from previous builds. 




Thanks for letting me know! When I get time tonight or tomorrow I will move the rad to the top and see how temps change. 
 
Thanks all for the very helpful suggestions. I was looking for a new case but stocks are very limited and looks like they will be for a while so it's good to have these options right now. 

System:
CPU: Intel i7-8700K
GPU: EVGA Geforce RTX 2080 Ti FTW3
MOBO: GIGABYTE AORUS Z370 Gaming 7 (Rev 1.0) (ATX)
RAM: 32Gb (4 x 8gb G.Skill Trident Z 3000 Mhz)
PSU: EVGA 850 Watt G3 PSU
Storage: Samsung 850 EVO SSD (1Tb) + Samsung 860 EVO SSD (500gb)
Cooler: Corsair H150i Pro (360 mm)
Monitor: Acer Predator X34 + MSI Optix G24
Case: Phanteks P400 Tempered Glass Edition
Other: 3 extra Corsair LL120 fans (6 total LL120 fans)
 
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