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Re: GPU temperatures - what is acceptable

Subject: Re: GPU temperatures - what is acceptable
From: "Gazwad"
Date: Sun, 19 Oct 2008 19:25:20 GMT
Newsgroups: uk.comp.homebuilt

On Sun, 19 Oct 2008 19:14:39 UTC DCA [email protected] the
Yawning Hypocrite Strategy Endowment Task Force member wrote in
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> Gazwad wrote:
>> On Sat, 18 Oct 2008 15:29:22 UTC DCA [email protected] the
>> Stereoscopic Drug Baron Training Evaluation Agency member wrote in
>> news:[email protected]
>>> I have just installed a ZEROtherm Hurricane HC92-CU 8800 (special offer 
>>> at QuietPC who gave great after sales service BTW)
>>> I have a temp reading but have no idea what is the normal running temp 
>>> for standard applications and for gaming.
>>> On low fan setting, it sits at 56 degrees for 2d applications.
>>> Its an MSI 8800GTS 320Mb OC
>>> Thanks
>> I usually go for completely fanless cards, they do get very warm when 
>> compared to anything else, fan or no fan.
>> If your card is overclocked it's likely that it should be running warmer 
>> than otherwise intended so 56 °C is actually a good temp.
>> Mine:
>>  Device Description NVIDIA GeForce 8600 GTS
>>  GPU 61 °C  (142 °F)
>> It's been warmer when I've done more that read news, in the summer week 
>> it was about 68 °C and up to about 84 °C if I did anything exciting.
>> HTH
> Pal - you invariably offer utter nonsense and spout ridiculous abuse from 
> your small-man syndrome retarded 'closet' gob and as such I have 
> absolutely no interest in anything whatsoever you offer

 off then.


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