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What are "good" temperatures for SLI Gtx 580's?

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I have 2 gtx 580's in SLI (EVGA 3gb versions with blower style fans) and I was wondering what kind of temps are good. My top card usually gets up to 72C max on Crysis 3 and the bottom card hits 67C. From what I have read, these temps are good, but should I worry if temperatures go over 75C? Any information would be appreciated! Thanks!!

Edit: Ambient temps are around 22C
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If they crept up to 82ish'C, then you should start to worry. Your temps are actually great.
    
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Thanks for the speedy reply!
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Yep sounds good. Mid 80s is where I would start to worry.
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Don't worry, my GTX 670 (reference) gets to 86c (max) easily on Crysis 3 but I have slightly overclocked it. tongue.gif
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