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[PC Gamer]Fretting over high GPU temps? AMD says 110C is 'expected and within spec' on Navi

https://www.pcgamer.com/fretting-ove...-spec-on-navi/

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"Paired with this array of sensors is the ability to identify the 'hotspot' across the GPU die. Instead of setting a conservative, 'worst case' throttling temperature for the entire die, the Radeon RX 5700 series GPUs will continue to opportunistically and aggressively ramp clocks until any one of the many available sensors hits the 'hotspot' or 'Junction' temperature of 110-degrees Celsius. Operating at up to 110C Junction Temperature during typical gaming usage is expected and within spec," AMD explains.

Operating with the the spec of the Sun is fine folks. Nothing to see here move along. Also, please stop returning your reference AMD cards for dents this is by design!

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post #2 of 154 (permalink) Old 08-17-2019, 04:46 PM
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All you need to know below. If your card is at 110 tj out of the box something is wrong. Even the blower stays below 90c tj at the stock fan curve while being stress tested.


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Somehow i doubt 7nm is "FINE" at 110C lmao. I get uncomfortable when my GPU gets any higher than 60C, 70C being my personal max on my 1080, i leave it at stock but it holds about 2ghz ingame at 40% fan in my case and in games where i get 99% usage i hover in the 60-70C range while having a quiet PC.

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Even the blower stays below 90c tj at the stock fan curve while being stress tested.
Although true, what you are left with is basically a hair dryer that can run games.

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I don't know what the problem is, GPUs used to always be sold with a 110c TJ. If AMD says it's fine and they have warranty in place i don't see the issue.

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I don't know what the problem is, GPUs used to always be sold with a 110c TJ. If AMD says it's fine and they have warranty in place i don't see the issue.
With cards running at 110 ºC, I suppose you don't really need socks to keep yourself warm.

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I don't know what the problem is, GPUs used to always be sold with a 110c TJ. If AMD says it's fine and they have warranty in place i don't see the issue.
With cards running at 110 &#194;&#186;C, I suppose you don't really need socks to keep yourself warm.
We'll see how nVidia deals with thermal density when they release their 7nm parts.

I'm sure their current large GPUs that have 5120/4608 CUDA cores have a hot area that runs a couple degrees higher than the core temperature.

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I don't know what the problem is, GPUs used to always be sold with a 110c TJ. If AMD says it's fine and they have warranty in place i don't see the issue.
AMD saying is fine is nothing more than damage control.

The problem is how fail this product is...they are so desperate to compete with Nvidia that they need to overclock their GPUs to a point where it need to reach these stupid temps to close the gap with Nvidia. The GPU might last 3 years but will still die prematurely. Heat reduce the life span of electronics and GPUs are no exceptions.
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AMD saying is fine is nothing more than damage control.

The problem is how fail this product is...they are so desperate to compete with Nvidia that they need to overclock their GPUs to a point where it need to reach these stupid temps to close the gap with Nvidia. The GPU might last 3 years but will still die prematurely. Heat reduce the life span of electronics and GPUs are no exceptions.
I'm sure Sony and Microsoft are crying right now because Navi in their upcoming consoles will surely cause another RROD disaster

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