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Does any one know what gpu temp 1 2 and 3 are in GPU-Z GPU temp 1 and 2 are approxx 65 under furemark and gpu temp 3 is 100+ im hoping this is the vram as there are no heatsinks on them and they are over heating now that i have over clocked the card. Hmm time to get some aluminum and as5....
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100c is always a good way to boil water.. or kill hardware. wink.gif

post #43 of 44
Furmark is a good way to kill a card to..... Really hate the program. Doesn't have artifact error checking and does nothing more then generate heat, kill cores and over work your VRMs.... Call me old school, but I still use ATItool to get a general idea of what a card can do and then use real life games or benchmarks to test for stability.
    
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E8400, E8600, 980BE T2RS+, P5E3, TA890FXE 8800GTS's,GTX's,GS,Ultra's,9600GT Lots of D9's and some crap DDR3 
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Seagate 250GB + 80GB WD for benching TT 875w, Corsair 650TX Custom bench station 
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Pictures online again.
Moved my site, so the where lost during the proces.
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