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Hello once again, I have ine question, i run gpuz to check my video card temperatures while running furmark and i noticed that GPU #2 is going to 91 degrees! I know its not normal so I ask your opinion guyz.

considering the other temps on the core that are 75C.. thank you
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furmark does un-neccessary heat.... more then likely your not gonna see it hit 91c in games
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sure but considering the small die size of the core, how can these "different" temps make sense?
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for running benchmarks, you might want to set fan speed manually.
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for running benchmarks, you might want to set fan speed manually.
sorry double post.
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thnx, I have it manually set to 46% - 50%. For the furmark test i had it on 100%
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post #7 of 7
Is normal for the core temp to be higher than the other two, at least by some margin, especially while running furmark. The other two temps are the memory chips and shadercore probably, they will most likely not run as high as the core temp. Mine has about a 10C difference from core to the next highest one while under normal gaming load. Under fur load, it may be even more.
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