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Just want to ask is this this normal? seems very high!
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Oh wow.. I'm no ati guy but that seems extremely high to me. However, people were saying that these cards run hotter than normal. What are you using to measure the temp?
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Catalyst control, i thought it was pretty warm. So thought i'd better just check
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Just want to ask is this this normal? seems very high!
Yea it is highish.

Have u adjusted ure fan speed to around 50 percent it makes a massive difference.
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nope, can i do that in ccc?
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Oh wow.. I'm no ati guy but that seems extremely high to me. However, people were saying that these cards run hotter than normal. What are you using to measure the temp?
Its high because the STOCK fan speed is like 15 percent

I meen my Sapphire 4850 is as a cool as a cucumber !

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nope, can i do that in ccc?
You cant

Here is the link

http://www.hardforum.com/showthread.php?t=1320351
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thank you very much hopefully this fixes it!
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Yea.....holy crap that's hot. I would try playing with the fan speeds with Rivatuner if it's supported yet...
Ah that link from Benny99 seems like a good workaround....no need for 3rd party software.
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Yea.....holy crap that's hot. I would try playing with the fan speeds with Rivatuner if it's supported yet...
Ah that link from Benny99 seems like a good workaround....no need for 3rd party software.
Yea its awsome !
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