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GPU temps

Post by kylepaddock » Wed Feb 03, 2010 9:21 am

Post with card/s and what is your temp at a load? like furmark,

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Post by AzureNightmareX1 » Wed Feb 03, 2010 10:44 am

My Sapphire Radeon HD4870 is overclocked to 790MHz core and 950MHz Memory, it idles at about 49/50c core and 55c memory. On load it peaks about where you peak at, maybe just a smidge hotter.
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Post by DJ Tucker » Wed Feb 03, 2010 2:37 pm

With my 9800gt's i get idle GPU1 52c and GPU2 45c and at full load i get GPU1 85c and GPU2 73c
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Post by skier » Wed Feb 03, 2010 3:06 pm

some rough numbers

Load(Folding @ Home or other):
56C BIOSTAR GTS 250
68C ZOTAC 9800 GT
68C PNY GT 240
56C AXLE GT 240 (in the Oven commonly known as a Dell Dimension 4700, normal case is 50C)
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66C ASUS 9600 GSO
56C Sapphire HD4670
91C Foxconn x850XT(fan stays at 5% till it hits 90 by default, at which point it spikes to 18%)

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30C BIOSTAR GTS 250
40C ZOTAC 9800 GT
31C PNY GT 240
30C AXLE GT 240
45C ASUS 9600 GSO
46C ASUS 9600 GSO
27C Sapphire HD4670
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Re: GPU temps

Post by lordvic » Wed Feb 03, 2010 10:19 pm

Sapphire 4850 single slot, OC'ed @ 700/1060.

Fan speed if set to 100%:
Idle: 34C
Full load: ~66c
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Re: GPU temps

Post by kylepaddock » Thu Feb 04, 2010 12:54 am

ok, so my load temps arnt crazzy.
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Post by skier » Thu Feb 04, 2010 1:03 pm

kylepaddock wrote:ok, so my load temps arnt crazzy.
@skier u want to give me some card to take off ur hands?
you can buy a GSO for $50 :mrgreen: or the x850XT for shipping

the 4670 is dead, i fold on both GT 240s and the GTS250, i had to return the 9800GT for the $$ and i'm keeping the other GSO around for reviews tho
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Re: GPU temps

Post by artupato » Sat Feb 06, 2010 11:25 pm

HIS HD 4870 Iceq 4 + turbo
core clock @ 770mhz
Memory @ 1000mhz (4000mhz effective)
gpu temp 68c
..is this normal? i think it is..
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Re: GPU temps

Post by lordvic » Sun Feb 07, 2010 5:41 pm

artupato wrote:HIS HD 4870 Iceq 4 + turbo
core clock @ 770mhz
Memory @ 1000mhz (4000mhz effective)
gpu temp 68c
..is this normal? i think it is..
Looks pretty normal to me; considering that it's slightly overclocked...but it's an IceQ version so I think it should be running cooler. You might be able to lower the temps down a bit by cleaning the card a bit with compressed air (if you haven't cleaned it much in the past couple months or so).

My 4850 was lower 10c after removing small clumps of dust inside the copper heatsink, so see if that helps.
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Re: GPU temps

Post by artupato » Mon Feb 08, 2010 9:13 am

lordvic wrote:
artupato wrote:HIS HD 4870 Iceq 4 + turbo
core clock @ 770mhz
Memory @ 1000mhz (4000mhz effective)
gpu temp 68c
..is this normal? i think it is..
Looks pretty normal to me; considering that it's slightly overclocked...but it's an IceQ version so I think it should be running cooler. You might be able to lower the temps down a bit by cleaning the card a bit with compressed air (if you haven't cleaned it much in the past couple months or so).

My 4850 was lower 10c after removing small clumps of dust inside the copper heatsink, so see if that helps.

you are right, i havent cleaned it yet for almost 3months. i only cleaned it once but did not attempt to open it. i better check the manual. is it ok to open the case/cover?
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Re: GPU temps

Post by lordvic » Mon Feb 08, 2010 11:50 pm

artupato wrote:
lordvic wrote:
artupato wrote:HIS HD 4870 Iceq 4 + turbo
core clock @ 770mhz
Memory @ 1000mhz (4000mhz effective)
gpu temp 68c
..is this normal? i think it is..
Looks pretty normal to me; considering that it's slightly overclocked...but it's an IceQ version so I think it should be running cooler. You might be able to lower the temps down a bit by cleaning the card a bit with compressed air (if you haven't cleaned it much in the past couple months or so).

My 4850 was lower 10c after removing small clumps of dust inside the copper heatsink, so see if that helps.
you are right, i havent cleaned it yet for almost 3months. i only cleaned it once but did not attempt to open it. i better check the manual. is it ok to open the case/cover?
You can do that and take the whole cooler/heatsink off, but you would then need to reapply the thermal compound. Taking your 4870 out of your computer case, wipe off the dust that are on the fan's fins (I find "Q-tips" very useful for cleaning fins), blow some compresed air on the visible copper heatsink, and pretty much the whole card in general. Clean the cooler (through the GPU fan, into the copper heatsink/fins, and out the back of the dual slot); usually there's quite a bit of dust in there since the air is sucked in and blown through it, and out the back.
Cleaning the inside of your case would probably lower temperatures; dust built up on the case fans, on the CPU heatsink, etc.
*It's a good idea to do this outside and not indoors.
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Re: GPU temps

Post by slugbug » Fri Feb 12, 2010 1:49 pm

Folding
EVGA 9800GTX+: 68C with fan at 50%
Galaxy 8800GT: 60C with fan at 30%

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9600gso @ 600/800/1337

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Re: GPU temps

Post by crowTrobot » Tue Feb 16, 2010 8:40 am

EVGA 8800GT SC with furmark = 82°C
EVGA 8800GT SC (with ghetto fan mod on top of chipset) running Furmark = 74°C :)

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MSI GTX260 OC core 192 fan on auto with MSI Afterburner = idles 45°c (AB set fan auto at 50%), full load at 72°C (AB set fan auto to 60%)

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