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Question about temperatures on Gtx 680 Twin Frozr

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Hey all. I want to ask about temps in that card.
On all games when i playing, temps are fine 65-68 C.


But on Unigine 4.0 or playing Crysis 3 temp going max to 70 c.

ANd question. This is not too high for Twin Frozr? Please help. Thx
 
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Hey all. I want to ask about temps in that card.
On all games when i playing, temps are fine 65-68 C.


But on Unigine 4.0 or playing Crysis 3 temp going max to 70 c.

ANd question. This is not too high for Twin Frozr? Please help. Thx
oky i will try to help dno if is much dif in my card to your card in terms of cooling, i got and asus gtx 660 ti 2GB directcuII oc og edition version is right after the top version wich is same perfomance as 670, and my temps in gaming like bf3 all ultra and every single option on and more i got oc my card to 1215Mhz GPU and mem is at 6350Mhz and my temps like playing 4h non stop is about 65c max 67c and this with oc and my cpu is 4.5Ghz ,

Now this temps are because the gpu load is always about 65% to 80% in Battlefield 3 now if i do also run the Haven 4.0 my gpu load is 99.0% and ofcourse it gets more hot and i got 71c max temp like just making 4 times benchmarks, if i do run it like one time my max temp only got to 69c.

Hope i did clear this for you and hope i'm not rong. But your card must be a bit high in temps that's normal is also runs faster than 660 ti but taking in consideration that is twinfrozer i think is one of the best coolers up there and i think your card is fine there is no problems ;)
 

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Cards wont shut down because of heat until 100-105 degrees, you are fine!
 
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I am using 1440x900 ( because of old monitor ) And i have that 70-72 C temps in games. Its not too high temps for that resolution? if i buy new monitor then temps will be higher on higher res? If yes, how much temps will be raised?



I want to be sure that my temps are ok on my 1440x900 resolution.
 
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Your temps are normal. You can drop the temps by re-applying TIM with a better quality by probably up to 10 degrees. I would not worry though, temps are normal. Also, perhaps better air flow may drop those temps a bit.
 
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Ok but i am asking , about 1440x900 resolution. Its not too low res with too high temps?

How much temps will be raised if i use 1920 res with new monitor?
 
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Ok but i am asking , about 1440x900 resolution. Its not too low res with too high temps?

How much temps will be raised if i use 1920 res with new monitor?
Impossible to tell, run at hi res and find out. Everyones system is different with ambients and air flow