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Am I the only one who saw that his ambient temps are 43c? That's almost 110f for us using the imperial system.
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post #22 of 24
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Originally Posted by wooly4 View Post
its not a CPU, it can take some heat, my card gets as high as 105c, had it about 2 years now and it still hasnt fried(overheats and cuts off my computer at about 105 tho, but thats rare)
His card is not the same as your card. Rather than just say that it can take "some heat" why don't we just go with the maximum GPU temperature as stated by Nvidia, that seems like a good idea to me.
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My GTX 580 idles at 28C with the Arctic Accelero Xtreme Plus cooler on it. And that is with my OC on it, and a custum fan profile of 1C temp= 1% fan speed til it hit 40C then it is set at 10% more fan speed, to the temp. 40C=50%. so at my 44C temp, fan speed is 54%.
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Don't rush to the conclusion that something is wrong just because idle temps are a bit higher than expected. As an enthusiast, you need to be ready to go through the proper troubleshooting steps

1st off, what is your GPU voltage running at when you're looking at the temperature? Check the graphs in AB. You'll have to enable voltage monitoring first (and restart AB) so the voltage graph will show up. What's it say when you NOTHING running on your desktop, after a fresh restart? What are the temps like then?

What I'm getting at is that it could be that your card isn't downvolting/downclocking in desktop (2d) mode. Sometimes things like browsers being open will cause your card to jump up in voltage, which will of course be reflected by temps going up. Firefox will def. do this if you have HW acceleration enabled on it (which I think it IS by default).
    
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