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My GTX 460 hits 98C when it's not even overclocked!
Unfortunately it has to clock at 700/1400/1550 with 900 voltage to stay around the high 80s in Crysis 2 demo. The card is dust-free and the TIM has been replaced with IC Diamond 24. I think EVGA is sloppy at making these cards. The first few months temps are normal, under 75C. Then weeks go by, gradually reaching higher temps. Right now i'm trying to get a free shipping RMA from them.
I have a 460 running at 920/1840/2000 with 65C at full load. Oh, it's EVGA,too.

I think perhaps you either have insufficient case cooling, or you've mangled something when reapplying TIM.
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I have a 460 running at 920/1840/2000 with 65C at full load. Oh, it's EVGA,too.

I think perhaps you either have insufficient case cooling, or you've mangled something when reapplying TIM.
The problem was there before I applied the TIM, that's why I used it.
Case cooling is alright, cause the first few months it was running at 830/1660/1950 with 75C on Crysis.
Some nights I get my room cold to where I have to wear a jacket with an ordinary house fan blowing in the case, the card reached 81C on stock clocks and 975 voltage. Should I replace the PC side lid with a modded refrigerator add-on or something?! or just RMA and hope to win one of those 12 cases that Newegg is giving away. Too poor for a new case at the moment. :|
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I`d definately RMA it, those temps are way too high
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