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Old 12-18-2004, 02:07 AM   #1 (permalink)
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What is considered safe temperators for GF-FX5700 GPU CORES?
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lol hell if I know. I have the FX 5700 256mb card, but it's not the Ultra version and from what I've read that's where they started putting in the temp monitoring. I wish I knew how hot it was and is getting during gameplay =/
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lol hell if I know. I have the FX 5700 256mb card, but it's not the Ultra version and from what I've read that's where they started putting in the temp monitoring. I wish I knew how hot it was and is getting during gameplay =/
Well, I just spent the last 4 hours playing Star War Galaxies, and I was able to keep the GF-FX5700 down to 51c.
I can monitor this as I have a Hardcano 12 temperator monitor right next to the GPU.

I just like to know if I should worry if this get passed 60c or 70c.
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Normally GPU's run MUCH hotter than mobo+cpu temps. I'd say the max temperatur you should play with is around 65C
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yeah I'm pretty sure the newer cards are hittin in the 70s possibly 80C, but I'm not 100% sure on that.

Your temps seem fine compared to other cards, although my friends 9600XT 256mb stays in the 30's-40's Celsius when he games

I would like to know this cards temps though because the first one I got had a small fan on it, and it later fried....must have overheated which I'm pretty sure it did. I got it RMA'd and it came back with a much bigger heatsink on it.
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I would like to know this cards temps though because the first one I got had a small fan on it, and it later fried....must have overheated which I'm pretty sure it did. I got it RMA'd and it came back with a much bigger heatsink on it.
I have seen a few of those. I remember my old RIVA TNT M64 32Mb Video Card. The Heat sink was only glue on via thermal tape. I have seen a few GeForce and GeForce II card with the same problem.
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lol this was a damn FX 5700 though! But yeah they must have had a few returns or something since it came back with a much larger fan.

The GeForce2 MX 32mb card I have sitting here as an old spare came with no heatsink on it. No passive no active, nothing at all just the GPU bare. I put on a spare VGA Fan I had laying around, but I don't use the card anymore so it really doesn't matter
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lol this was a damn FX 5700 though! But yeah they must have had a few returns or something since it came back with a much larger fan.
FFFfar out!!
Was this EAGLE-TECH????
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a friend of mine can get a 5700 Ultra for 85 Aussie dollars. I wonder if they had fallen of the back of a truck for that price........

I want one..........
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