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I paid it $465 3 days ago..
Way, way too much, i paid 530USD for Asus HD 7950DCII about 20 days after it release, and you need to consider that here in Europe we mostly have crazy price.
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For the info...cheapest 7870 at our stores is Sapphire, 240€.
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Hello to any xfx 7870 DD owners, I am looking to buy this card. Would like to ask your experience about its temperature when playing high demanding games like BF3, crysis. I am reading from different users that it doesn't have good temperature during load?

I have the XFX DD 7870. The cooler on it isn't too good tbh. I would get the MSI Hawk.
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So I have a my ASUS 7870 at 1100/1250 on stock voltage. I noticed yesterday that it was idling at 51C and today it's idling at 46C. That's with just using the computer for internet. Is something wrong with my card? It seems really high to me.
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So I have a my ASUS 7870 at 1100/1250 on stock voltage. I noticed yesterday that it was idling at 51C and today it's idling at 46C. That's with just using the computer for internet. Is something wrong with my card? It seems really high to me.

Yes, that seems pretty high. On some brisk mornings, I've seen my card get as low as 22c idle. After browsing the web for a few min it will go up to 25c. What is your room temp?
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So I have a my ASUS 7870 at 1100/1250 on stock voltage. I noticed yesterday that it was idling at 51C and today it's idling at 46C. That's with just using the computer for internet. Is something wrong with my card? It seems really high to me.

Do you use multiple monitors? If you do then the memory clock wont decrease to 2D clocks and the voltage stays constant so the temps seem high. If you only use one monitor, use GPU-Z to see if core and mem clocks go into 2D mode when you're idle.
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Do you use multiple monitors? If you do then the memory clock wont decrease to 2D clocks and the voltage stays constant so the temps seem high. If you only use one monitor, use GPU-Z to see if core and mem clocks go into 2D mode when you're idle.


Yeah, I use two monitors. So that temp is fine?
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Does any of you have Torchlight II or F1 2012?
If so, can you share your average FPS & GPU usage at max settings on 1920x1080 in these two games together with your GPU clocks you used for comparison. The reason I ask is because I get very low GPU usage ~20% in Torchlight and ~60% in F1. They play smooth so it's not the performance that concerns me, but I would like to know if the low GPU usage is the same for everyone or just me. Vsync is off by the way and there is no apparent CPU bottleneck, so that's not the problem. The other games I play are fine (Dirt 3 & Showdown, Crisis 2 etc...)

F1 2012


every thing max out with 8F16x EQAA

Max Gpu usage is 99%

Minimum_fps = 70.18
Average_fps = 80.44

Gpu clock 1200/5880mhz
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Yeah, I use two monitors. So that temp is fine?

I would expect it to idle from 39-45C depending on airflow in your case with multiple monitors. It's built into AMD's drivers to not the reduce the memory clock when you use extended displays because it may cause a screen flicker. So your card stays full power all the time. This causes higher idle temps. When I'm not using one of my monitors I just disable it in "Screen Resolution" because I like seeing my card in the low 30Cs. This isn't necessary though. The 51C you reported seems high but the 46C would be normal. Whats the airflow like in your case and more importantly what is the room temp around your PC?
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I don't know my room temp but it's been in the 90s here.
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