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What do you think about my temps?

Discussion in 'AMD / ATI' started by redred1, Dec 10, 2010.

  1. redred1 New Member

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    Overclock:
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    Normal. When I'm not playing.
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    When I'm playing.
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    Are they to high?
     
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    no
     
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  3. redred1 New Member

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    Sometimes are higher when I play...
    Temp1:40-50
    Temp2: 44-50

    Bad?
     
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    I run mine a lot hotter, not same card but i fill safe taking mine 80C
     
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    i see my GPU run over 80C for hours and hours
     
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    My 4850 has similar temps, 32-35 degrees idle and 45-47 when gaming.
     
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    Nothing wrong with those temps.

    My 4870X2 used to spin along at 85-90ºC and idled at about what yours does under loud. GPUs can handle temps up to 80-100ºC - although obviously the lower the better (to a certain extent).
     
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    Your temps are normal, maybe below normal (which is good). When you start seeing them get into the 70-90c range, then something might be wrong.
     
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