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AMD 785G chipset: max temp

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So here in Manila it's really hot and all the parts of this computer can run really hot. The chipset temperature shows an idle temperature of around 48 degrees, and load temperatures approach 70 degrees with ATITool. The 785G chipset is overclocked from 500Mhz to 750Mhz on stock volts. Is this a safe temperature or should I back down to 700Mhz or so?
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Originally Posted by xd_1771;11697498 
So here in Manila it's really hot and all the parts of this computer can run really hot. The chipset temperature shows an idle temperature of around 48 degrees, and load temperatures approach 70 degrees with ATITool. The 785G chipset is overclocked from 500Mhz to 750Mhz on stock volts. Is this a safe temperature or should I back down to 700Mhz or so?

Its hot , I would reduce to 700Mhz , normally at IDLE with a 785G you should have 30-35C and at load 50-55.
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Yikes, well this is what I get for being in a hot, tropical environment. 700Mhz should do for 1080p tasks anyway. Though most GPU's are theoretically okay up to 100C I was asking because this is a chipset. I thought there was a higher temp limit though.
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Most video card and NB chip can easily take 70c.
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Originally Posted by dixson01974;11700573 
Most video card and NB chip can easily take 70c.

Actually I thought so too, these are made on different processes than CPU's, don't have as many transistors and are really not as sensitive. If I can find a spare 60MM fan here (the Philippines is custom-built PC haven, it shouldn't be that hard) I'll fasten it to the NB heatsink somehow and win. The very fact that I can do 750Mhz with stock volts (50% overclock) on a 785G chipset makes me real proud though biggrin.gif
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