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Discussion in 'ATITool' started by obiwill, Jul 27, 2005.

  1. obiwill New Member

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    F or C? My temp stays around 71 when playing a game. Is this good or bad?
     
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    Its in Celcius...71 is a little high, but it shouldn't hurt the card in any major way. But it will degrade its life and performance a bit.

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    What Card do you have?
    I have a ATI X800 Pro and it runs idle at about 47 C and while playing a game at max. 70 C.
    With the ATI-Tool (3d-View), i get up to 77 C, but never more.

    71 C is normal and no problem. A GPU will get much hotter then a CPU.
     
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    As said before 71 is high, but it shouldn't damage the card in any major way. But it degrades its life and performance. If you get 70+C temps, try to reduce those because all that will happen is the card will lose performance and its life span will drop.

    -Dan
     
  5. DanTheBanjoman Señor Moderator

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    It depends on your card. A 6800 series card for example runs at around 70C which should be fine. The 6600 series runs cooler. I'm not sure about current generation ATi cards though.
     

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