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Old 04-10-2006, 07:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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i have an EVGA 7800GT gpu but during rendering or gaming my gpu gets to 75c ,that when my stuff starts freezing (or at least that what i think)does that mean that i have a bad gpu ?is there any way to solve this issue,i have good cooling in my case(6fans)...

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Buy an oem GPU cooler like a zalman.

or get one of those pci slot coolers. they really help


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get the Zalman VF700-CU cooler

and Artic Silver 5

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