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EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise)

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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2015/06/30 13:43:21 (permalink)
evga has let us down here by the looks. I just ordered one of these for my htpc assuming it would be quiet, like my gtx 680 with similar cooler. Anyone done any modding to sort this? low voltage mod on fan at the hardware level or just plane replaced the cooler? 
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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2015/06/30 14:04:51 (permalink)
I've worked with 2 750ti's and a regular 750 and I have not had any fan noise issues. Even overclocked the Ti's. Maybe replace it and see if that helps.

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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2015/06/30 15:21:25 (permalink)
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evga has let us down here by the looks. I just ordered one of these for my htpc assuming it would be quiet, like my gtx 680 with similar cooler. Anyone done any modding to sort this? low voltage mod on fan at the hardware level or just plane replaced the cooler? 


Have you received the card?  I assume you aren't going to sit with your ear next to the HTPC, so I am not even sure what you are talking about at this point, as the people that complain seem to have their cards on open test benches right next to their head.  Even reviewers stated that it made a whoosh noise on their test bench, but once placed inside of a case wasn't bad.  Judge your card when it is in your build, not off of someone else's forum post if you haven't received it.

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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2015/06/30 20:48:16 (permalink)
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Have you received the card?  I assume you aren't going to sit with your ear next to the HTPC, so I am not even sure what you are talking about at this point, as the people that complain seem to have their cards on open test benches right next to their head.  Even reviewers stated that it made a whoosh noise on their test bench, but once placed inside of a case wasn't bad.  Judge your card when it is in your build, not off of someone else's forum post if you haven't received it.




If you read back to some of my posts I go over the issue thoroughly. If you're wondering the card can achieve its max OC with the fan locked to 42%, which is as low is it can go. Silence is relative but it at 42% isnt even quiet. This is why I personally went to the 960 since those fans will just stay off until 60C. It also has a couple other benefits for HTPC usage.
 
 
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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2015/07/08 02:44:26 (permalink)
I just think we should have the ability to turn the fans down if we want like with other gpus
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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2015/07/08 12:35:26 (permalink)
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I just think we should have the ability to turn the fans down if we want like with other gpus




you can, Its just that the minimum is 42% since its voltage controlled. This is the minimum on any voltage controlled Nvidia GPU.
 
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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2015/07/11 21:01:47 (permalink)
Can someone repost the update? because I have an older model of the card
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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2015/07/11 21:05:55 (permalink)
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Can someone repost the update? because I have an older model of the card




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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2015/09/30 19:58:07 (permalink)
Hello I have the gtx 750 ftw but it is not ti. I have the same problem it stay at 39% fan speed. I bought this about a month ago. I have updated to driver       #355.98 and still doesn't help me. Any help on how to fix this. Thank for the help.
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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2015/10/01 11:53:36 (permalink)
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Hello I have the gtx 750 ftw but it is not ti. I have the same problem it stay at 39% fan speed. I bought this about a month ago. I have updated to driver       #355.98 and still doesn't help me. Any help on how to fix this. Thank for the help.




You cant that is the low limit for these cards actually for the Ti I think its 42% if I recall.
 
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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2015/10/21 05:41:42 (permalink)
Im planning to buy 750ti FTW... Is it worth the risk that i might get a noisy card? Is this still an ongoing issue?... Silent fans is a must for me... I share my Room with my wife and daughter... Any advice, thanks or a better card suggestion...

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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2015/10/21 07:40:45 (permalink)
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Im planning to buy 750ti FTW... Is it worth the risk that i might get a noisy card? Is this still an ongoing issue?... Silent fans is a must for me... I share my Room with my wife and daughter... Any advice, thanks or a better card suggestion...

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Best advice, get a 950 or 960 for nearly the exact same price. Their fans don't turn on until under heavy load anyway.

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Re: EVGA GTX 750 Ti FTW BIOS Update (Reduced Fan Noise) 2015/10/21 09:33:42 (permalink)
gtx 950 is within my range of price if I buy it through EVGA... unfortunately, Im in italy... EVGA doesn't ship items here... My Choice is to by from amazon, eprice or ebay for 200+eu... 
Thanks for the recommendation... If i'll be getting 960 or 950, will my Proc and MB handle it... I might get bottlenecked...
 
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