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i ran ati tool for about 10 mins so far no errors ^^ 652 core clock and 1149 memory 1604 shader

right away from an idle 60 went to 75 and then went higher and higher and got up to 98 C and stayed there for a good 4 mins just wondering if thats to hot
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i ran ati tool for about 10 mins so far no errors ^^ 652 core clock and 1149 memory 1604 shader

right away from an idle 60 went to 75 and then went higher and higher and got up to 98 C and stayed there for a good 4 mins just wondering if thats to hot
That's REALLY pushing it....i think the max temp on it is 100C, but i wouldn't feel comfortable running it that close to the max. Does it make a difference if you back off on the OC a bit?
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That's REALLY pushing it....i think the max temp on it is 100C, but i wouldn't feel comfortable running it that close to the max. Does it make a difference if you back off on the OC a bit?
QFT. Personally I wouldn't run it higher then 90C. Just to be on the safe side.
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lol I'm scared to run anything higher than 80C load



Might wanna lower it before you have a burnt card computer
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post #5 of 21
Ya know...i've OCed my 8800GTS from bone stock to what it is in my sig....and it gets...oh...2C warmer under load.

I think the topic creator has more of a cooling problem that reducing an overclock will fix...IMO at least
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post #6 of 21
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i do have watercooling case but thats for cpu lol i know nothin to do with the gpu but 2x 120mm fans

in front 1 on top and 1 in the back and got the BFG tech 8800 ultra fan running at 100% and my

window open feels like 45 in my room
post #7 of 21
I don't think case fans are going to make that much of a difference to your GPU temp. The fan on it sucks air from the inside of the case and dumps it out the vent on the back of the card...you sure nothing is blocking the vent on the backside?
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post #8 of 21
I ran my X1600Pro at 98C for a while, but then again, it's a Saphire, so it tends to run hot. But if you can get it below 90, that would be good....

If you have extra room below your card, I had good luck with suspending a fan below and parallel to the fan on the card, to increase airflow. (Just make sure the fans are blowing the same directions. lol)
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post #9 of 21
my rule is not to go over 90 i shut it down at 85. try stock settings and see if its the cooler or if its the OC. Also the ambient temp affects the GPU a LOT a drop of 5C in ambient can mean a drop of 15C+ on the GPU
post #10 of 21
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jason wat u mean by the back of the card?

the back where u connect the monitor to?

if so nothin is blockin it and nothin is below my card expect a water tube but its like 2 inches away not touching it

like right now its runnin at 55 im guessin this card is just a heat whore when it comes to scannin artifact tests
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