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Ok, let me first start off by saying my computer knowledge would be somewhere around the average level, I tried to google for normal gpu temps. but im reading mixed opinions.

check this out:




to me, it seems it's reaching insane temps really fast, this would also explain the annoying stuttering issues im getting in most of my games.


opinions?
Edited by Brainsick - 10/16/11 at 8:24am
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Brainsick View Post
opinions?
Normal GPU temp will be different because of different Ambient temperature, different computer cases, different cooler, and different airflow.
But I believe Radeon HD 6850 normal temperature should be somewhere around 80 C inside case with a good airflow and standard room temperature with AirCon.

Is your card use reference cooling? The fan speed seems to be spinning quite fast but it still that hot.
Maybe you can check the Heat Sink or the Thermal Interface Material.
Or maybe there are some dust inside your Cooling.
    
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Thanks for replying; Yeah, im using the cooler that came with it, the room temp. is actually quite chilly right now, so I guess something is definately wrong, I can try cleaning the fan but I do not have one of those air shooting thingies...

Im almost certain it's the case btw, it's really closed and so hermetic... it probably can't be good, I just want someone to confirm this.
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93C is pretty high, and I suggest you stop using furmark, there was an article recently saying that it did some strange things to the cards.
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Would you be so kind to suggest another gpu stress program with a temp display? I have no games right now since I reinstalled my OS trying to get rid of my stuttering issue.
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Yes your temp is very high. My xfire 6850 setup @ 875/1101 is 64c/65c respectively at max load. Living in humid 28-34c environment.
    
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Quote:
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Would you be so kind to suggest another gpu stress program with a temp display? I have no games right now since I reinstalled my OS trying to get rid of my stuttering issue.
Msi afterburner. Allows you to watch temps on a graph over time.
    
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damnit! how should I go about cleaning it? please help, like I said I do not have one of those neat air shooting thingies that are ideal for this type of things.
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Quote:
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damnit! how should I go about cleaning it? please help, like I said I do not have one of those neat air shooting thingies that are ideal for this type of things.
That is pretty much the only effective way of cleaning it. I call it a $6 insurance plan.
    
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I suspect this has more to do with your case. Must have ample fresh air and exhaust. Unless your heatsink isn't making good contact.
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