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How are my temps during gaming on all High Settings???

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TEMPS IN F / AFTER GAMING


TEMPS IN C / DURING USAGE OF COMPUTER



Specs:

PROCESSOR: QuadCore Intel Core i7-3820, 3700 MHz (37 x 100)
MOTHERBOARD: Asus P9X79 Pro

MEMORY:24516 MB

GPU:NVIDIA GeForce GTX 780 Ti (3 GB)

HDD:
PLEXTOR PX-128M5S
PLEXTOR PX-256M5S
WDC WD2001FASS-00U0B

SCREEN: Acer GD235HZ [23.6" LCD]
CASE: Cooler Master HAF XB

FANS:
COUGAR CF-V12HPB
Enzotech BCC9 VGA Cooler
ARCTIC Accelero Hybrid II-120
Corsair Air Series SP120
Cooler Master JetFlo 120
BitFenix Spectre All Black 200mm

Edited by jefrotone - 4/15/14 at 9:18pm
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they look good to me except your gpu vram is a little hotter then I have ever seen mine at, I think it's to hot. but could you post your temps in celcius next time so I don't have to convert all of them smile.gif
almost all computer temps are posted in celcius.
Edited by jlhawn - 4/15/14 at 9:18pm
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Doing it now, sorry, I didn't know

Edit:
Fixed it now.
Edited by jefrotone - 4/15/14 at 9:18pm
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Doing it now, sorry, I didn't know

it's all good. it's just easier and takes less time to look over your temps.
no need to apologize. thumb.gif
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Originally Posted by jlhawn View Post

they look good to me except your gpu vram is a little hotter then I have ever seen mine at, I think it's to hot. but could you post your temps in celcius next time so I don't have to convert all of them smile.gif
almost all computer temps are posted in celcius.

See, this is what worries me, how would I cool the Asus GTX 780 TI VRM with just an air cooling mod? It has one long black heatsink and on the top of the card, and it doesn't do any justice for it. Btw, whats the hottest a HDD can get before its too hot?
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See, this is what worries me, how would I cool the Asus GTX 780 TI VRM with just an air cooling mod? It has one long black heatsink and on the top of the card, and it doesn't do any justice for it. Btw, whats the hottest a HDD can get before its too hot?


do you have any case fans directing air to your gpu? what case do you have? and do you control the gpu fan with software or do you let the gpu control the fan?
there are add on software such as msi afterburner that you can control the gpu fan, but I am almost positive asus has it's own software that they give you on the driver disk with your new gpu.
I am not to sure on hdd max temps as my 2 hdd's and 2 ssd's never get above 29c, but they have a case intake fan that flows air through my hdd/sdd rack.
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is this your gpu?

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post #8 of 25
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Originally Posted by jlhawn View Post

do you have any case fans directing air to your gpu? what case do you have? and do you control the gpu fan with software or do you let the gpu control the fan?
there are add on software such as msi afterburner that you can control the gpu fan, but I am almost positive asus has it's own software that they give you on the driver disk with your new gpu.
I am not to sure on hdd max temps as my 2 hdd's and 2 ssd's never get above 29c, but they have a case intake fan that flows air through my hdd/sdd rack.

I have the Cooler Master HAF XB


This is a pic i got from google to show you...


Im about to order some fans for the gpu on performance-pc.com that go on the pci slots.. I think that might help a lot.
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This is my GPU. But I removed the stock cooler to put the ARCTIC Accelero Hybrid II-120
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Originally Posted by jlhawn View Post

is this your gpu?


Here check out this link, this is my album I made:

http://imgur.com/a/o1ZwA#0
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