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is it bad if my gpu is at 70 degrees celsius 24/7 (folding)
    
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70C on 24/7 is quite admirably cool. The danger area is 95C+.
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is it bad if my gpu is at 70 degrees celsius 24/7 (folding)
Fortunately, that's very safe. GPUs can take more much heat than CPUs can!
    
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yeah 70 is good mine run at 75C
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Fortunately, that's very safe. GPUs can take more much heat than CPUs can!
i dunno, some cpu's are beasts. my e5200 regularily got to 90c at load and stayed that way for a year or 2.
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i dunno, some cpu's are beasts. my e5200 regularily got to 90c at load and stayed that way for a year or 2.
Yep! And so just imagine what a GPU could take 24/7.
    
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my gpu idles at 56c, abnormal to what im used to seeing it when it's usually at 37c-ish, but doesntbother me much...

as a matter of fact, my case is dusty... the true has dust blocking out the air flow, but i still idle at 26c and dont go about 45c on stress... i love it!
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