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k i got mt 4850 card oc'd to 670 core and 1080 mem temps are 84 celsius

Discussion in 'Overclocking & Cooling' started by Achilles1600, Aug 11, 2009.

  1. Achilles1600

    Achilles1600 New Member

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    i just ran a stress test with furmark and the temps are staying around 84 degrees celsius and the overlclocks are 670 core and 1080 mem can someone tell me if this is stable???
     
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    Its a little too warm.
     
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    wolf Performance Enthusiast

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    Well technically the card should last its lifetime loading at that temperature, but I dare say 84 degrees C is definitely on the warm side for the bulk of TPU users.

    That's about 15-20 degrees too toasty for my liking, to me a card loading at between 60-70 degrees is ample, anything under that is gravy.
     
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    You might consider trying to lower your ambient temperature? What is it currently?
     
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    Its furmark, it always overstressed the GPU, 84C is fine for furmark.
     
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    i'd still force a higher fan speed.... 84 degrees is warm no doubt.

    my stock 4850 can load at much closer to 70 in furmark with the fan boosted, but it sounds so horrible....

    my 2x1gb 4850's from gigabyte have a conservative VF830 cooler on board and the top (hotter) card barely tops 60 degrees C at 750mhz core.

    i recommend the arctic accelero (S1/S2 ?) for 4850's, I've seen them do really really well for temps and noise combined.
     

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