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  1. lovely567 New Member

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    i have a problem when i play Battlefield 3 my gpu temp raise to 83'c idk if its my PSU or motherboad but when im playing battfield 3 theres no lag when all set to high so i set it too low to lower the gpu temp but still it raise to 83'c now i cant play battefield 3 so i thought that may videocard cant handle it i play assasins creed revelations and its same >.< gpu temp raise high even on 1st sequence of assasins creed revelations
    so im asking is it my psu huntkey 550w or my motherboard which is asus p5kpl-am epu
    but other games is good mw3 skyrim set to medium
     
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    83C is perfectly fine. You have nothing to worry about.
     
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    83 Celsius is not to hot for a card like that. Yet, if you feel more comfortable with it, lower the temps by increasing fan speed with for example MSI Afterburner.
     
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    83'c is nowt to worry about mate:) if you are that worried as mentioned above manually set the fans to higher RPM's (if you dont mind the noise) will lower it a few degrees
     
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    Play BF3 on the highest settings you like, don't play on low with that card. Temp is OK but you might want to set a custom fan profile in MSI Afterburner. Default fan profile usually keeps the RPM low until higher temps are reached because of fan noise increasing with ramp up.
     
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    oh im such a noob >.< but thanks for reply guyz ^^ ill try msi afterburner ^^ im really such a noob >.<
     
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    It's okay, really. Nothing to be ashamed of. :)
     
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    i set my fan speed to 55 or is it lower or higher? i cant understand the curve >.<
     
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    The higher the number the faster the rpms of the fan example 100= fans at 100% speed ,65= fans at 65% of full speed and so fourth
     
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    I would def set the fan speed higher. I have mine oc'd from 850 MHz (factory setting) up to 1055MHz and my temp stays at 24c-34c with all my games at ultra. On ur driver disk there is an EVGA Precision program that will allow you to adjust the fan speed. I also keep my fan speed at80% a little loud but you get used to it. Also whatever program you are using to see your temps may not be reading them right. Try using GPU-Z its free and a really reliable program.
     

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