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post #11 of 57
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Originally Posted by gonX View Post
Perfectly fine. 115 is the thermal limit I believe.
I wouldn't call it fine anything over 85 Is pretty dam high.
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are you serious!!!?????

i rmr the first months the highest it would get was 70-75

and i also rmr posting threads like "OMG my card is 75!!!" i gotta seriously deep clean the dust out of it
Yeah 100C-something is safe for GPUs.

But its def not normal for 8800GTS.
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wamoh, hit 100c
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post #14 of 57
Test ure Temp with HW monitor.

See what that reads.

http://www.cpuid.com/hwmonitor.php
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Test ure Temp with HW monitor.

See what that reads.

http://www.cpuid.com/hwmonitor.php
it says 100c
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post #16 of 57
time to invest, my friend: http://www.newegg.com/Product/Produc...82E16835106112

my load temp doesn't exceed 55C with one of those.
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post #17 of 57
Personally anything over 85 is getting towards dangerous .

100 hmm well maybe you can cook something on it.

Lolz you dont need Aftermarket cooling..

Its all on Stock their is no reason his temps should be That HIGH.
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ok im giong to put it on the ground now, be back with hopefully better results
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post #19 of 57
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Perfectly fine. 115 is the thermal limit I believe.
well 70c is the limit to CPUs but haven't seen people having that high

i think the fans on the 8800gt suck...at leas the 8800gts does...
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post #20 of 57
Most people read thermal spec for CPUs and assume it is much the same story with GPUs, but it's not. As several others have already explained, though your chip may be well above the curve for "average" 8800 temps, you're still not near where you should start to be seriously concerned.
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