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Originally Posted by [xPt]FLuX View Post
really? if its fine what would be the farthest i should push it?
don't push it anymore, 70c is not cool but not critical its fine, not cool 70c is hot. don't make anymore un-necessary tweaks to it!
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70C is no problem.
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post #13 of 18
push it until it isn't stable and then back down... 70C is cool runnings
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post #14 of 18
Yeah that cool. Considering a stock 480 without tweaking the fans will get over 90c if you stress it. Push it until you level out at the 86 range.
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Your clocks and temp seem pretty conservative. I have a custom fan profile in my after burner at with 920 core and 2200 mem clocks @1.05v. It never goes over 72, even after hours of torture testing/gaming. Low 70s are a very good place to be with an OCed card on stock cooling.

God....I remember my Radeon 4850 that thing was idling at 65
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Speaking of temperatures, is it only ATI cards that have problems with vrm temperatures? I'm thinking so because nvidia has no sensors for the vrm temperatures. No need for sensors = no problem. Am I wrong/right?
Everyone's VRMs get hot. They are regulating power to the gpu. They all need to be cooled too.
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don't push it anymore, 70c is not cool but not critical its fine, not cool 70c is hot. don't make anymore un-necessary tweaks to it!
Keep in mind that is 70C at peak load, which means in most gaming situations he isn't hitting 70C. He could go higher and not damage anything.
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Well there was a guy posting a day or two ago about his GTX 580 blowing a VRM. I think VRMs naturally run hot no matter what brand you have.
I monitored the VRMs on my previous oc'ed GTX280, and they were stupidly hot, particularly when running Furmark. With the accelero extreme 280 cooler, which had a ridiculous vrm sink that helped nothing whatsoever (look sig), the vrms even reached 130-140 degrees celcius. Ouch. Fortunately I discovered this early and have since been extremely careful with furmark (basically nothing else heats the vrms as much). Yes, vrms are supposed to run pretty hot, but getting within 40 c of potential solder melting temperature (hopefully they use higher melting points) is uncomfortable.

Imo this is the primary danger of removing stock cooler, as this actually normally do a great job of cooling the vrms. Be sure to add some cooling for these when using alternative cooling. I made a custom vrm cooler out of my stock GTX 280 cooler.

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Keep in mind that is 70C at peak load, which means in most gaming situations he isn't hitting 70C. He could go higher and not damage anything.
Yeah. I run at 80c constantly when doing heavy gaming in a hot, badly ventilated room, and there are no problems whatsoever. I choose hot, but not too hot, before noise.

Remember, with my Nvidia reference bios/card (as shown in GPU-z) the card ran at 84-85c at stock clocks/fan profile. Its made for these temps.
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hey does anyone know a benchmark of an overclocked 570 vs a stock 580?
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