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Too high temperatures in Valley Unigine, or not?

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Hi. After long time i decided to check my temperature of GPU in Unigine Valley benchmark.
But i am not sure if temps are, ok. Can you tell me? Its ok or not? My pc is down in op specs.

My max temp on load is : 68c -69c http://www.overclock.net/content/type/61/id/1319836/width/500/height/1000[/IMG]MG]][IMG ALT=MG][/URL]69c
Edited by sew333 - 2/28/13 at 7:41am
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Most GPU's are good until the 95-110 C depending on your model of GPU, correct?

Those temps looks fine.
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Supposedly max operating temp for a GTX 680 is 98C. The thing is I believe those cards will start throttling boost clocks @ 70C. Since you're below that, even if that's the case, you should be fine. Perhaps another 680 owner will sound off.
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