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post #21 of 28
You should chack too see if the blower has become clogged with dust and try and give it a good blow out with an air compressor.
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post #22 of 28
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OK, swapped out the TIM and cleaned out my fans/filters and its idling now at 38C. still not perfect, as i couldnt find my actual small screwdriver so i used a knife and couldnt get all the screws back in as tight as i wanted to lol. ill pick one up tomorow and re-tighten em better. Also just used AS5 so even with cure time im dropped almost 10C.
post #23 of 28
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Originally Posted by Papas View Post
OK, swapped out the TIM and cleaned out my fans/filters and its idling now at 38C. still not perfect, as i couldnt find my actual small screwdriver so i used a knife and couldnt get all the screws back in as tight as i wanted to lol. ill pick one up tomorow and re-tighten em better. Also just used AS5 so even with cure time im dropped almost 10C.
Much better temps and they should get even better once the TIM has time to cure. Glad you have things back to a more comfortable temperature.
post #24 of 28
I agree. With it tightened back to normal and the cure you should hopefully see a few more C come off that temp, but it's looking a lot better now. Congrats
post #25 of 28
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well tightened the screws and no change in idle temps. gonna throw some games at it and see what temps she gets. only 1 of the 4 heatsink screws were tight, others were all loose....
post #26 of 28
my 5870 that is nearly 2 years old idles at 55C tho since its on a multi-monitor setup it runs at full clocks, ususally stays mid 70's in intense gaming.
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Originally Posted by Neokolzia View Post
my 5870 that is nearly 2 years old idles at 55C tho since its on a multi-monitor setup it runs at full clocks, ususally stays mid 70's in intense gaming.
after 15 mins of gaming, max temp was 79c.
post #28 of 28
thats acceptable temp, long as your ideally under 85C and sure to stay under 90C for 24/7.

I bitcoin mine so I have rigs grinding away at high temp =o
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