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GPU Temps and Tower Fans

Q: GPU Temps and Tower Fans

Hey there,

I've been playing crysis 3 a lot lately and it usually run's my GPU temp around 65-70 degree's ( MSI GeForce GTX 770 4GB TWIN FROZR ) I know the card is suppose to run up to 80 degree's no problem but I was just wondering if I played at these higher temps for 3-5 hours at a time. Would that be to much stress in terms of heat on the GPU ??
I have the Corsair 230T Windowed-BLUE ATX Mid Tower Case> I have just the stock fans in it and I was looking to add more. I was just wondering if people have preference over tower fans ? if so what are some good ones and why ?

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A: GPU Temps and Tower Fans

Even 85C for extended periods is fine.

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/gpu-temps-and-tower-fans.204260/
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im going to update my stock case fans with a couple Vantec torndoes. the only issue i am afraid of is actually causing a vacuum within the case as to where the air can actually be sucked back through my power unit causing it to over heat.... is this possible?

A:new tower fans

Originally Posted by narcopletic pc


im going to update my stock case fans with a couple Vantec torndoes. the only issue i am afraid of is actually causing a vacuum within the case as to where the air can actually be sucked back through my power unit causing it to over heat.... is this possible?



it is happening, per the new PC case layouts were seeing with the PSU on the floor of the case sucking straight from the outside & venting it back out the rear..

but the old case design has worked perfectly for years with the PSU at the top, thats why a 140mm fan was added to newer PSUs to help remove hot air from the case

but its not really an issue, your PSU will never die from the extra heat of your components...

it is on the other hand possible to create a ''dead spot'' where the PSU fan cannot extract due to chassis fan configs, but each case is different so its something you would have to test.

move your chassis fans to different locations each time holding your hand by the PSU exhaust, see if the flow changes at all. (i doubt it will)

i always try to put a ''positive'' pressure inside the case (more intake than exhaust), so air cant be sucked in through cracks & drive bays, thus lowering dust coverage

but a PSU can get very hot so i wouldnt worry too much....

SK

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Hello all,

I'm seeking advice on how to best orient the fans in my tower. I currently have one pulling in the front and another in the back pushing out. The one in the back is fairly noisy and I just bought two new fans to replace it with.

I have a fairly large tower but it is in a confined space, which is making me question whether I should be pulling in the front or the back. There is about a 4" gap between the tower and the left edge of the desk, and maybe a couple inches on the other non-ventilated side, as well as about 3" of clearance between the top of the tower and the desk. I have attached an image of what I have in mind. Does anybody have feedback or advice?

Thanks
 

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Hey guys I have a few questions. I want to improve temps in my case but everything i seem to do makes it worse. I routed all of my cables into the right side panel of the case and i added some more exhaust fans and a cpu fan. This has caused my temps to rise. I use realtemp to monitor my temps and it is consistent and accurate. I will include pictures of my case so you can understand my airflow

Blue is cold air intake and red is exhaust, the blue circle is a side panel fan.
Temps are under a small load and ambient case temp is 27c

EDIT: The max temps you see were under prime95

A:Improving airflow? More fans=higher temps

How long did Prime95 run before the Max temps were reached? Are those the "stable" prime95 temps?

Reason I ask is I am going through the same exercise as you. And with an almost identical case/fan arrangement. I do not have SLI video cards. Just a sing MSI TF III GTX 570.

If the max temps you displayed are SUSTAINED temps, i.e. Prime95 running for a long period with the temps you listed, I don't believe they are excessive. You have not hit the dreaded 70C. Also Prime95 is meant to stress a system. It is not a "real world" usage statistic IMO.

You don't list your GPU temps. You might want to check out CPUID HWMonitor which will give you more of the monitored temps and fan speeds.

As for me I am trying to keep temps UNDER LOAD (gaming) at CPUs <= 60C and Video Card <= 65C.

Biggest problem I have is keeping noise level reasonable under gaming load. I have installed the Sunbeam PL-RL-6 allowing me to switch all fans from PWM to Manual to OFF in an effort to test the noise/cooling benefit of each fan.

Just ordered a TY-140 fan to replace the top exhaust 120mm. Hope it helps with noise/cooling.

For some interesting test results on cooling see The Big Air Cooling Investigation | bit-tech.net

The jist is to stream the air flow over the hardware and THROUGH the case. Too many fan or too strong a fan in the wrong place will cause turbulence but not necessarily cooling.

http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/234677-improving-airflow-more-fans-higher-temps.html
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A:IMPORTANT! Question about fans inside tower...

kj_slid said:

I was wondering if both fans are supposed to come on when computer starts. I know the small one does, the the one on top is the one I am asking about. Someone tell me. Thanks in advance.Click to expand...

all fans should run when you turn on pc
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/important-question-about-fans-inside-tower.343736/
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A:Mid-Tower Case, CPU Fans, Size Does Matter?

Hello Lollies,
Every thing seems fine, and the fan is blowing air in the correct way in your setup, though back blowing is best, but you cant do that. Is there any problem in using the PC which made u feel to change some parts?

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Thanks for your experiences good and bad.
 

A:Best utility to monitor temps, fans, SDRAM usage, etc?

SpeedFan....Free
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/best-utility-to-monitor-temps-fans-sdram-usage-etc.144077/
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A:will opening the tower case to clean the cooling fans void m...

Greetings, This action will not void your warranty unless you cause damage. Shut the system down, disconnect AC power and disconnect all  peripheral devices. Move the system to an area where you can remove the side panel. Clean the sytem using compressed air and allow time for any moisture caused from using compressed air to dissipate. I periodically do this on all my HP desktops and it is wise to do this. I am not an HP employee. There is no official HP presence in this Forum. Cheers!

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A:Precision T3500, two Arctic F8 80mm case fans lowered temps from 81C to 70C

Hello Chris,
I received two Arctic F8 80mm case fans today along with a molex to 3-pin fan adapter.  The difference in thermal performance is profound.  I've attached four pictures, one of the fan box, one of the back of my case, one of the inside of my case, one of the molex adapter, and an updated thermal profile.
With the latest test, after installing the fans, the system seemed to stabilize round 70C.  Although, I only let the test and monitor run for about 15 minutes.
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A:Power supply bigger than the tower - frustrated by HP PSU tower

If the power supply will physically fit your case, it should work fine with your computer. Will the extra 10mm interfere internally with anything inside the PC?
 

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A:Odd Difference Between BIOS Temps and Program Temps

I'd trust the BIOS temp reading. It should be more accurate than Speedfan or Everest.

Regards :wave:

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A:Hooking old tower to new tower to retrieve old programs

This TCP/IP Home Networking and File Sharing Tutorial should get you started.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/hooking-old-tower-to-new-tower-to-retrieve-old-programs.613660/
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Q: Temps?

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A:Temps?

Thos tempatures are fine if they go over 60 degress Celcius then you should worry but those are great temps
 

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A:and temps

this thread is discussing the subject

http://forums.techguy.org/t79356/s9dfc10db1e9d9fcfb7d311e75d5b0259.html
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/and-temps.79462/
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A:Your CPU temps

You should have voltage in there.

CPU/cooling/voltage/idle/load

So mine would be:

[email protected]/CNPS7000B-Alcu(silent)/1.5125V/37C/53C

I think this is a great idea... if enough people post, it should be a sticky.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/your-cpu-temps.73469/
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I have just installed HWmonitor on one of my computers to monitor the temps I have attached a screenshot of what is displayed I know that TMP 0 is the motherboard and that TMP 1 is the CPU. But I am not sure what the TMP 2 is for and its running at 79c which seems on the hot side.

The specs for this systems are as follows:

XFX ATI Radeon 5770 1024MB GDDR5

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Any help would be appreciated

A:Temps Okay?

Probably a phantom reading, meaning that the sensor chip supports it but there is no sensor for it. Pretty sure that HWMonitor works the same as Speedfan in that it takes the readings directly from the sensor chip and not from the bios, which is why readings like that show up (and in Speedfan can be turned off).

Leave it open and run a game or some other system intensive program and then check the readings again. If it is a phantom reading and that 79? reading doesn't change, then you can ignore it.

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A:cpu temps

If you are trying to find out the motherboard then google Everest, install it, then go to motherboard --> Motherboard to get the mobo details.

I think that is what your post was on about.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/cpu-temps.644411/
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Q: Temps

Where can I find the average temps for my HD, RAM, CPU, and video card? Are there any web sites I can check out? Any FREE programs?
Any help is greatly appreciated.

PS-don't know any of my temps
 

A:Temps

You can try Speedfan whcih is one of the most popular: http://www.almico.com/speedfan.php

There's also MBM5: http://mbm.livewiredev.com/

And most motherbaord come with one as well. Check your motherboard CD or Intels site.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/temps.338743/
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Here is the difference in temps

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A:Temps Before and After

hmm not much difference
but you do have a sweet case

http://www.vistax64.com/general-discussion/210493-temps-before-after.html
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A:how do my temps look?

Looks good. The GPU seems like it's running on the cool side, and the CPU is running just normal.

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I recently installed speedfan - and to be honest I don't really understand what it all means and how to properly use it.

it says the following:
HDD 1 49 C
HDD 2 57 C

temp 1 51
temp 2 42

Are these too high?

if so what do I do to correct it.

are one of the drives too hot?

Thanks
 

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thanks
 

A:Gpu temps

1. video cards have a much higher heat tolorance than CPUs do. that temp is normal and safe.

2. software based temp monitors are not very accurate

3. due to the ATX standard, the video card's heatsink is on the underside of the card. this area of a standard ATX case gets very little airflow.

that being said, if you are still worried about the temps then you can:

1. replace the fan-less heatsink with a heatsink/fan... or

2. modify your case to get more airflow to that hotspot. if you have enough empty PCI slots under the video card, then you can remove 3 plates/covers and simply install a case fan there to exhaust the hot air or intake cool air. or you could drill/cut a hole in the side panel of your case and install a fan there as well.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/gpu-temps.480490/
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Windows 7 64 bit Pro
Intel Q9550 2.83 GHZ
8 GB Memory

Temp1 - 40C
Temp2 - 35 C
Temp3 - -128 C (minus 128 C) ??
HD0 - 32 C

Core 0 - 53C
Core 1 - 51C
Core 2 - 47C
Core 3 - 47C
GPU - 51C

Thanks guys !

A:How are my temps ?

are the cores at load? and what are you using to read them? read them with realtemp, and temp 3 its always like that and normal lol. EDIT: sorry saw speedfan and i suggest you use realtemp too.

http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/311075-how-my-temps.html
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what is the max temperature i should be allowing for this card? also what is the max for my CPU temp?

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-Intel i7 950 3.07ghz

ive got smart doctor to monitor this stuff i just want to know when i should start getting concerned.

thanks.
 

A:GPU + CPU Max Temps?

Nvidia has the temps listed as 97/99 degrees: http://www.geforce.com/hardware/desktop-gpus/geforce-gtx-560ti/specifications

Intel has the temp listed as 67.9 degrees: http://ark.intel.com/products/37150...ocessor-(8M-Cache-3_06-GHz-4_80-GTs-Intel-QPI)
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/gpu-cpu-max-temps.1049415/
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A:CPU temps?

Your temps being at 34c are very normal for idle and under load 41c,don't worry about it unless it starts going in the 50s or higher

http://www.sevenforums.com/performance-maintenance/258350-cpu-temps.html
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A:cpu temps

Either a FOP38 (very noisy though) or
Vantec FCE-62540D suppose to have a great
clip on them, at least from what I read.
try http://www.2cooltek.com/
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/cpu-temps.41701/
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This is how its full load when im encoding 2 videos at a time to mpeg4
http://i29.tinypic.com/28sqzio.jpg

this is low load when its only set to min power idle says 1ghzx2.

http://i32.tinypic.com/286tkpt.jpg
But when it idles at regular power 2700ghzx2, cpu temps read 1cpu 41c 1core 15c 2core 15c

I'm glad that the mobo is only 28-30c most of the time, my other mobos usually get a toasty 50c ~_~.

Never done overclocking before, so everything is prety much retail as is.
 

A:Are these temps ok?100%

The 59c for an Amd X2 is really high but still safe as long as not much over 60.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/are-these-temps-ok-100.695529/
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Ok I know this is a old ? but just to ask idle tems 38 to 40c load games cryis2 at dx11 bf2 bad comp all at maxed setting.. temps hit 62 to 66c my room is at 79 degrees what do yall think
i7 950 sabertooth x58 gtx560ti cpu cooler v6gt,

A:Temps

Not sure if I could answer your question or not, mostly because I can't really understand your grammer. It looks like you are asking about temperature spikes in your motherboard that occur when you load certain games. I'm guessing your system is overclocked, but I'm still trying to decipher what your question is.

http://www.sevenforums.com/performance-maintenance/179281-temps.html
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This is not so much a thread about my cooling, as I know I am fine in that area, this is more a question about safe / comfortable operating temperatures.

The reason I say this is because right now, with it being summer, my room can get rather warm. While running games such as Bad Company 2, or any other graphically intensive game, I run just under 60, with the occasional spike to 62. Idling and doing basic tasks keep me at around 35-40.

While I know the 35-40 degree range is good, I am wondering if 60 is a reasonable operating temperature while under load, or if I should be stepping up my fan speeds.

I have a 2600k clocked at 4.4 GHz.

A:CPU Temps

I would keep an eye on it but the chip should hold into the 70+ range without damage. If you ever push 80 I would just shut it down or reduce the clock, then you're pushing it too far.
If 60 is as high as you are going the chip should be fine though.

http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/171092-cpu-temps.html
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A:Are these temps too hot ?

Read this and please take note of its title - http://www.techspot.com/vb/topic13759.html
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/are-these-temps-too-hot.66818/
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A:Are these temps ok ?

They look fine for idle on a stock CPU cooler.

http://www.sevenforums.com/performance-maintenance/144661-these-temps-ok.html
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Sorry if this is the wrong section I didn't know where else.

I have a vista PC, It's that my temps are going near 55degrees when on youtube and hotmail etc, and when gaming i think it rises 1-2 thats it. I'm kinda worried but are these temps expected as It's really hot and summer is woah :|
Here is a picture of EVEREST and the temps and stuff: http://img716.imageshack.us/img716/6207/73452974.jpg

Before the summer came temps where average near 40-45.

A:Temps

Hi what is the make and model of the computer is it a laptop as that is not high for a laptop,you could invest in a laptop cooling pad

http://www.techsupportforum.com/forums/f217/temps-494564.html
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I have a Intel E6550 2.33 ghz processor with a Arctic Cooling Freezer 7 Pro and the temps are Core 0 = 43 C and Core 1 = 47 C. While the entire processor is at 36 C.

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Also it summer and 85 F in my room. Is that the sole cause?

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I also have a hyper 101 heatsink dual fan push/pull
i also used artic silver formula 5 the OC seems to be stable but i might push it back after i run some test anyway it seems to oc better then my previous 2.8 925 deneb so if anyone has some thoughts please share


also failed to mentioned i installed a new psu 700 watt cooler master extreme

A:Does anyone think these temps are off?

If they are right I'd say sweet. Have you tried maybe another program like core temp? Download Core Temp
Fabe

http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/136210-does-anyone-think-these-temps-off.html
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A:Are my Temps OK?

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http://www.vistax64.com/general-discussion/294337-my-temps-ok.html
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A:temps

Kinda a little high idle but more important 58c gaming is fine.

http://www.sevenforums.com/general-discussion/154848-temps.html
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System 38 Celsius

GPU 53 Celsius

I think these temps are ok?
 

A:PC Temps

Yes. Those are healthy temps.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/pc-temps.666620/
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now when i run fan speed i getting under temp readings for

system
cpu
aux
hdd
core
ambient
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Corsair DDR 800 (2 sticks 1GB apiece)
 

A:CPU and M/B temps

Whoa! Those are high temps you should buy a new Heat-Sink/Fan combo immiedately!
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/cpu-and-m-b-temps.75888/
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http://www.vistax64.com/overclocking-cooling/294337-my-temps-ok.html
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A:Temps OK?

They look ok to me.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/temps-ok.1002228/
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temp 1 38C (102F) 2109 RPM
temp 2 42C (107F) 0 rpm
temp 3 23C (73F) 1009 RPM
temp 4 47C (116F) HD
temp 5 33C (91F)
temp 6 21C (69F) core
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thanks
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/are-these-temps-too-hot.768784/
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does anyone know fo such a program if so waht is it called and where can i dl?

thanks in advance,

Abdul
 

A:A64 Temps

Probably Speedfan: http://www.almico.com/speedfan.php

it's free
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/a64-temps.279410/
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TIA

Steve

A:Temps OK?

Just how warm is it? I noticed your min and current temps are the same. What are load temps like?

http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/93983-temps-ok.html
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i still have the crashes in PKR so i looked a everest when i was playing.

Mobo=25
Cpu=42
Aux=25
wdc wd1200lb=48
also the Cpu usage is around 75% when playing.

Should i be worried about these "temps" do i need a better cpu fan now i run a stronger PSU?

thx jack
 

A:temps...

Those temps are near to ideal temperatures. I'd say there is no need to worry at all. New PSU won't impact the temperatures, the components use the power they need, making a "too powerful" PSU half idle. The problem is somewhere else.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/temps.734357/
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And it says my CPU fan isnt working.

grr cant give link...

Mainboard=86.0 F.
CPU=108.5 F.


cooling fans
CPU=0 RPM (shouldnt it be on?)
Power= 4891 RPM
 

A:My temps....

Buy yourself a new cooler-fan pronto.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/my-temps.18340/
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I fitted a new cpu and artic cooler pro 7 (rev 2) a month or so ago.

Since then the temps in each core vary a fair bit from each other and 1 core seems locked at 40 degrees for some reason.

Room temp is currently 13 degrees

The temps as I type this are -

35
35
40 - Never changes
22

I am using coretemp to measure the temps but have tried a couple of other programs with the same results.

Any ideas to why one core is locked at 40 and one core is so low compared to the others?

Oh and CPU is not overclocked at all.

Cheers

Paul.

A:CPU temps

Try using RealTemp to measure your temps (post snip).

Your CPU sensors could just be off.

~Lordbob

http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/92978-cpu-temps.html
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Ben.
 

A:CPU Temps.

Maximum temp is 70C as stated on page 69 of this document.
ftp://download.intel.com/design/Pentium4/datashts/29864311.pdf
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/cpu-temps.194550/
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A:Are these temps right?

hm... it prolly is correct.......... go to http://www.cpuid.com/ and get the hardware temp monitor

http://www.vistax64.com/general-discussion/227300-these-temps-right.html
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The card is less than 8 months old, clean as far as i can see. I have removed the card and cleaned away any dust build up with compresed air, can't remove the plastic shroud because i dont have the proper security screw heads. Its not my case/air flow as airflow is optimal. 2 120mm front fans pulling also 120mm side fan pushing, 240mm top fan pushing, 120mm back fan pushing. My question is if i reTim the card will this help and if so whats the best thermal paste to use? I have Actic Silver 5 compound will this be sufficent? Also where can i get the security screw heads?
 

A:GPU temps again!

If it is less than 8 months old and you are sure it isn't case airflow causing the problem I'd look at getting it replaced by the retailer or manufacturer. Which ever is applicable under card warranty. You'll probably find that messing around with it could invalidate a warranty and if the application of a new thermal compound doesn't help you then have something you can't send back as faulty. I'm not sure but I'd check what is used for the heatsink on a GPU. I have a feeling it might be a thermal epoxy rather than a paste. Someone with experience of changing cooling solutions on graphics card should be able to confirm/deny my feeling on this...
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/gpu-temps-again.170265/
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my temps arnt bad though i think i should increase fan speed on gpu to get idle down a bit.

what are u guys temps?

A:Tell me what u think about my cpu & gpu temps

  
Quote: Originally Posted by Krispy1


cpu- phenom II x4 945- 30c idle 62c 100% loads/stress testing(cpu is rating max 70c)

gpu- 9500gt- idle 45- load havnt seen it pass 55c

my temps arnt bad though i think i should increase fan speed on gpu to get idle down a bit.

what are u guys temps?


Looks like your using the stock AMD hsf which does a pretty good job; my Intel stock hsf isn't as effective in controlling my max temperature. Your 9500gt since it doesn't clock itself down on idle (ATI does) seem pretty good as well, I doubt the additional noise that would be produced when you turn up the fan would make as big a difference. BTW, Did you turn on AMD's Cool and Quiet for your processor as well as the C-states and such?

http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/89971-tell-me-what-u-think-about-my-cpu-gpu-temps.html
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A:cpu temps

Lol.

Its true that too cold is not good for the CPU, but you probably won't acheive those temps without spending a really huge sum of money. And you definately won't reach those temps on anything thats easily available to the general consumer/enthusiast.

TEC coolers may not be that easily available, but it still does not reach those temps . I'm not an EE, but given that CPUs are overclocked for fun on LN2, and that the best overclocks are NOT on lowest possible temps (these guys claim that a few degrees over N2 boiling temp is best), I'd say I wouldn't worry about your 15C (which is a temp I'd love to run my comp at )
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/cpu-temps.75469/
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A:Are These Temps for the cpu ok?

What's the Processor?

The Temps are really good; they are at what they should be maybe even better.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/are-these-temps-for-the-cpu-ok.48225/
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A:High GTX 260 Temps

Believe it or not that's not completely insane for that gpu to be at full load.
You could probably reduce the max temp by adding additional fans/air flow to your computer case.

The 260 gpu's thermal threshold is closer to 100c if some are to be believed its even higher than that.
You are at the lowest end of 'concern' with heat in that regard.

http://www.sevenforums.com/graphic-cards/225528-high-gtx-260-temps.html
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My card is a Gigabyte Geforce 8600GT which is passive cooled and it has a very low power usage.
I also wanted to know when should i prepare the cards casket (when will it die on me) with these temps?
 

A:Safe Temps for GPU?

u're idle tempt. is execelent.

(when will it die?) well the high temps. are not that bad and that card could last a long time.
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/safe-temps-for-gpu.80317/
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Hi So i'm bit worried about what temps i'm seeing with this card i have just bought today This one to be exact http uk asus com Graphics Cards NV DC DI GD With the latest Nvidia drivers i saw it hit c within Dirt And with drivers it gets to around the high 's Just to add i 560 Ti High non temps with GTX run Driver Sweeper inbetween every install of new drivers High temps with GTX 560 non Ti Idle temps are in the mid 's I have good airflow in my Case and room temps are fine Seeing that it's crappy weather as per usual in the Northwest of the UK lol But and this is where i'm confused I previously had a GTX which was known has a bit of a warm runner Supposedly But i never saw mine get beyond the mid c mark in anything i run I also always use EVGA High temps with GTX 560 non Ti Precision to up the fan speeds under any D applications Does anyone here think this maybe a faulty card or am i missing something Or as anyone with the same card or any non Ti GTX experienced this High temps with GTX 560 non Ti Thank you in advance for any advice

A:High temps with GTX 560 non Ti

That has to be a faulty card or the fan on the card is just not working how it should be if it's going to 100c but the idle temperatures are normal and actually cool.If you still have it under warranty I would go exchange it before the warranty runs out as soon as you can.The most that card should get to is maybe around 60-75c when under stress.The 100c mark is what would worry me and could be the fan on it is not working properly and is not cooling it off fast enough.I would worry when it starts passing the 75-80c mark.Make sure the fan on the card is working how it should be and that the card has enough space and ventilation to let your video card breathe enough cool air in and blow the hot air out your pc case.

http://www.sevenforums.com/graphic-cards/235715-high-temps-gtx-560-non-ti.html
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I bought a new PC for myself,

When I tryed to find out the temps, I couldnt...

Tryed Speedfan, Realtemp and Coretemp

It either shows the wrong temp or shows no temp at all...

Any help would be great and gratefull

I can see the temp in bios btw..., other than that, any other way?

Thanks
-Cee

A:Anyway to find out my CPU temps?

I use rivatuner. On there it plots both GPU core temp and CPU temp. How do you know that the temps are incorrect just out of curiousity?

RivaTuner

http://www.sevenforums.com/hardware-devices/57534-anyway-find-out-my-cpu-temps.html
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Now when I put it underload I get my motherboard at around 40 to 45 C, my CPU runs from 50 to 55 C.
I think my motherboard is alright but not sure bout my CPU. If anyone nows how to get it cooler or if I am fine let me now. Thanks

My specs

ASUS M2N-SLI Deluxe Socket AM2 NVIDIA nForce 570 SLI MCP ATX AMD Motherboard

AMD 64 X2 4600+ Dual-Core Processor

Geforce 7600GT graphics card (which by the way runs at 50 C all the time)

1 gig of A-data memory

And I have a power supply that came with the case that I have now becuase my PSU that I bought was dead but it is a XION 450W
 

A:Are my temps to high??

We'll need your computer specs before we can pass judgement about your temps
 

http://www.techspot.com/community/topics/are-my-temps-to-high.80710/
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Hell peeps I have 2 Geforce 7950 GT KOs, Sli is turned on. I have a 500 Watt power supply.

i have 2 120mm fans(one in front one in back)

Case is a Full tower. Using an nforce 680i LT SLi

heres my problem:
When initially installing the 2 video cards their temps were 48c average. Now days they get to 60C sometimes. Im worried that they might burn. Can anyone tell me whats wrong? Could my power supply be at fault?

(the motherboard requires an 8 pin connector to power the processor but also allows the 4 pin auxiliary connector. just thought you should know in case that helps with the trouble shooting process.
 

A:GPU temps im worried plz help :)

You may want to clean any dust out the video cards heatsinks. Are all of those idle temps? 60C while at work is nothing to worry about.
 

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A:High Temps

Welcome
Seems a bit high. But every computer is different. The specifics will be found in your manual. If you give us the make and model of your computer, maybe we can help.

http://www.informationweek.com/news/...cleID=60300177
In any case, following these guidelines cannot hurt.

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A:HDD temps in RAID 5 ?

You could give speedfan from the downloads section a try. I dont know if it will work but you never know.
 

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A:CPU temps seem very high =/

1) 90 degrees is definitely very high for the processor. At those temps, the computer should be shutting down randomly to prevent cpu damage. But download a couple of other apps like coretemp and see what they show. A buggy sensor can give all kinds of wierd readings.

2) HP doesnt have a propreitary fan speed utility like some other OEMs. Also, their BIOS is dumbed down and there are hardly any customizable options. But HPs historically have had a heat problem because of poor case design and they sometimes release bios updates with modified fan algorithms. Check the HP website for a bios update and HP forums for this subject.

You can download Speedfan, if you're lucky it may detect the fans.

3) Otherwise, there are a few generic solutions I can suggest:

-make sure the laptop vents are not clogged. You can clean them out with a can of compressed air.
-Try using a chill pad (also called cooling pad). They come cheap and can be quite effective.
-Switch from High Performance power plan to balanced or power saver. You can change maximum and minimum processor states in advanced settings of power plans.
-Make sure your fans dont have a mechanical problem.
-Ultimately, one can change the thermal paste and clean out the laptop from the inside. That depends on how comfortable you are with opening the laptop case.
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http://www.sevenforums.com/performance-maintenance/88346-cpu-temps-seem-very-high.html
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https://forums.techguy.org/threads/checking-sys-and-cpu-temps.1155145/
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A:AMD 64 3000+ Temps?

HiZipp080.
110 F. really isn't bad at all. Mine runs at about 114-120 F. Putting the extra case fan on the side cover drawing air into the case should help cool it even More.
Make sure the other case fan is pulling the air out of the case.

John
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/amd-64-3000-temps.217833/
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A:Are TheSe TeMps Correct?????

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CPU Idle max 40degC Load max 65
GPUs 52 66

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Cheers
 

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A:temps at gaming

Yup, those are within acceptable levels under full load.
 

https://forums.techguy.org/threads/temps-at-gaming.1151705/