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Hi everyone, I recently bought an MSI GTX 660 Ti Power Edition. It has the Twin Frozr cooling solution. I set all my case fans to 100% and ran a stress test on it using Kombustor. The GPU maxed out at 68C, is this normal temperature at 99-100% load? Thanks.
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Hi everyone, I recently bought an MSI GTX 660 Ti Power Edition. It has the Twin Frozr cooling solution. I set all my case fans to 100% and ran a stress test on it using Kombustor. The GPU maxed out at 68C, is this normal temperature at 99-100% load? Thanks.

Normal! Maybe a smidgeon higher than I would expect from TwinFrozr, but there are a lot of variables at play with air cooling so I doubt it's the card. More likely airflow. But it's only really 3C above what I would expect, don't fret.
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Normal! Maybe a smidgeon higher than I would expect from TwinFrozr, but there are a lot of variables at play with air cooling so I doubt it's the card. More likely airflow. But it's only really 3C above what I would expect, don't fret.

Cool, thanks! This is my first real build so it's my baby tongue.gif
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Even at 70 you're not really in any danger. Its when you start pushing 80 that its time to see what can be done to prevent further heating, after that things could start getting hairy.
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