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post #31 of 84
I have had 8800 GT for over 3 years now. Running cool & quiet with Zalman VF700 cooler.
I never thought that i would keep it this long. Still runs great allmost all games that i want to play.


I can't get it stable any higher then 730mhz core and 1740mhz shaders. Voltmod is inevitable at some point. It teases me a little bit.
post #32 of 84
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Originally Posted by Ikon;11995787 
I have had 8800 GT for over 3 years now. Running cool & quiet with Zalman VF700 cooler.
I never thought that i would keep it this long. Still runs great allmost all games that i want to play.


I can't get it stable any higher then 730mhz core and 1740mhz shaders. Voltmod is inevitable at some point. It teases me a little bit.

Hmm my gts's don't run all that hot, and there clocked quite a bit further than yours. I would like to get some different coolers for these card's though, i love them!

Also is messing with mem clocks worth it? I've got mine at 1k and haven't touched them.
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post #33 of 84
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Originally Posted by Josh154;11995806 
Hmm my gts's don't run all that hot, and there clocked quite a bit further than yours. I would like to get some different coolers for these card's though, i love them!

Also is messing with mem clocks worth it? I've got mine at 1k and haven't touched them.

My XFX8800GT runs at 94c overclocked to its absolute limit with the same cooler its has since 2007 (stock) its a very hot card, but it can handle it

EDIT: sorry just noticed you were going on about the GTS not GT
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Originally Posted by Roweyi7;11995874 
My XFX8800GT runs at 94c overclocked to its absolute limit with the same cooler its has since 2007 (stock) its a very hot card, but it can handle it

EDIT: sorry just noticed you were going on about the GTS not GT

Jeesh that's a hot card man! Yeah the g92's seem to run quite a bit cooler. Running fan speed at 80% anymore and temps don't get any hotter than about 72°C folding.

They have room to go i think as far as temp's go.
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post #35 of 84
I absolutely love my 8800GT.
I have 719/1944/950 stable.

While folding I get around 6.3K PPD.
This card is a tank. biggrin.gif Shame I don't PC game.

What's the difference between the GT/GTS/GTX/Ultra?
I have the Accelero S1 cooler on it biggrin.gif
post #36 of 84
I don't understand why there's such a large variation in reported temps. My card has always run very cool. It's currently 70F in my room and it's folding away at only 64C, while sandwiched between the lower GTX470 and the PSU. My GTS runs very cool as well. I'm not sure where they get their bad rap for being hot cards.
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post #37 of 84
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Originally Posted by AyeYo;11995982 
I don't understand why there's such a large variation in reported temps. My card has always run very cool. It's currently 70F in my room and it's folding away at only 64C, while sandwiched between the lower GTX470 and the PSU. My GTS runs very cool as well. I'm not sure where they get their bad rap for being hot cards.

your's obviously isn't clocked as high as mine and some of the other memeber's 8800GT's then
post #38 of 84
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Originally Posted by mbudden;11995933 
I absolutely love my 8800GT.
I have 719/1944/950 stable.

While folding I get around 6.3K PPD.
This card is a tank. biggrin.gif Shame I don't PC game.

What's the difference between the GT/GTS/GTX/Ultra?
I have the Accelero S1 cooler on it biggrin.gif

The gts is a newer revised model of the 8800gt. It's based on the g92 architecture and run's cooler and faster i think than the older 8800gt's. The gt, gtx and ultra are all g80 revisions i think. Although they are still amazing cards, i think those are the one's that run hotter than the g92's.
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I don't understand why there's such a large variation in reported temps. My card has always run very cool. It's currently 70F in my room and it's folding away at only 64C, while sandwiched between the lower GTX470 and the PSU. My GTS runs very cool as well. I'm not sure where they get their bad rap for being hot cards.

I think it's because people are reporting with there g80's. my g92's run amazingly cool i think it's just the g80's that ran so hot.

I've got one card that idles and loads like 8°C hotter than the other. I need to take it apart and apply some new TIM and clean out all the dust. Im guessing it's just clogged full of dust mad.gif
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post #39 of 84
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I would need to add cash on top of mine for a 460 that scores about the exact same.

I would hardly consider that close to a 460 1GB

16250 =/= 12600

my GTX 260 216 was around 11900 at 730 GPU

edit: there is always a drastic temperature difference between cards in SLI , I used to run dual GSO's. not that i wouldn't still clean it though
Edited by skier - 1/13/11 at 9:24am
post #40 of 84
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Originally Posted by Josh154;11996046 
The gts is a newer revised model of the 8800gt. It's based on the g92 architecture and run's cooler and faster i think than the older 8800gt's. The gt, gtx and ultra are all g80 revisions i think. Although they are still amazing cards, i think those are the one's that run hotter than the g92's.

Interesting. My 8800GT according to GPUz is a G92. With the stock cooler on my 8800GT, even stock. On load, temps would be around 80C while folding. While running OCCT, I'd get like 90C. and that was with the fan @ 100%. Noisy and pretty warm. Now on load I get 52C while folding with the Accelero.
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