Sadly, good temps do not mean anything as far as how the card will OC. Only thing that good temps mean is you can OC your card higher if it's capable. But some chips out there are terrible for OC'ing, some even have to be RMA'd because they crash at the stock speeds unless you raise the voltage up from stock. Actually I think that might have been a person on this thread. I forgot, but yeah great temps, in your case, mean your card will live a long and happy life, but it will never OC well and you might want to say it keeps crashing and see if you can get a RMA if you're interested in OC'ing. For having such a good card for it (usually), I'd definitely try to RMA it and hope for better luck on your second one.
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12/13/11 at 7:22pm