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My old 7600gt never went above 60*c and it was overclocked like hell.
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post #22 of 28
Quote:
Originally Posted by skunksmash View Post
had mine @ 98c reported by pc wizard after an hour or so gaming and forgetting to move the blxxdy fan from 25% in rivatuner

i shut the pc down and im sure i could hear it making that tinking sound u hear from the hood of a car after a long drive

scary stuff........but the cards fine
The tinking sound made my day You must have felt it was as powerful as a car when you heard it. You can now brag to your friends that you have a lot of horsepower in your rig
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post #23 of 28
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Originally Posted by gonX View Post
Yes that is perfectly fine. My 7600GT loaded at 88c with stock cooling. Stock cooling is what usually makes the card perfectly stable, plus a bit more (meaning you can overclock it a bit with stock cooling)

I believe it's good up to 95c
88 damn...lol...Mine is OC and even I only hit 50C load and like maybe 40-45 idle depending my room temp
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I'm considering getting an aftermarket cooler now, as well as a better case. This Antec Sonata III case doesn't seem to be cutting it.
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post #25 of 28
my 3870 use to hit 95c now with eth thermalright HR03GT i hit around 45C
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mine hits around 75c on load, the actual card doesnt go above 65
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A bit high I must say...
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post #28 of 28
Yo im like totally jacking your thread fool!!

So the owners of an 8800GT have to have Rivatuner AND ATITool open?

Rivatuner for adjusting clocks, atiTool for T3h Cube of L33T
    
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