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post #61 of 65
Sounds to me they need to get these cards out of their hotboxes and get some ventilation in the test case.

I highly doubt that this card will get over 70-80c in a well ventilated case. And also, I highly doubt the fan was @ 100% either.
Edited by KusH - 4/4/11 at 1:16pm
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post #62 of 65
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Originally Posted by goldboy View Post
But sources say; according Nvidia, the gtx 590 was designed to run at those temperatures....
Sounds normal. 4870X2 was designed to handle temperatures above 120C so I don't see why this is such a shock/fail. If technology is this advanced, what makes it so hard to believe that hardware isn't advanced enough to handle some heat?
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I really don't see how this is possible unless the fans were set to run at lowest RPM or something. What I mean is that when I used to fold on THREE 9800GX2s that all had a slight overclock, they would heat up to about 90C with the middle ones getting up to 100-105C. That's 6 GPUs running at 100% while overclocked.

While I know that the VRMs get extremely hot, I think that they have a flawed method of testing.
Edited by Alby - 4/4/11 at 11:38pm
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I think it's flawed somehow.
I checked my backplated 5870 last night, the area around the vregs is only hitting 60-70°c at 80amps.

Compared to the naked pcb temp of 60°c across all vregs.
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post #65 of 65
Quote:
Originally Posted by ZealotKi11er View Post
112C no matter what is not OK. What will happens with you as some voltage? A bit more voltage over stock it will reach 130C+ and boom. My HD 5850 had VRM temps of 60C with stock 1.087v and with 1.25v its would hit 110C.
I guess that eliminates overclocks huh?

But, the article still continues to be misleading.
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