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Old 05-19-2010, 03:33 AM   #31 (permalink)
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Default Re: Normal temp from GPU?

Originally Posted by SirCyber View Post
+1 slaymate

PP Mguire can you post your temps?
You fold on your Nvidia card, no? Its practically the same thing because folding pushes ones card to the limit. I used to fold on my 8800 cards back in the day and it was just as bad if not worse than running Furmark. And Furmark is a stability test. Its meant to test the stability of your card and to see if your card will perform to gaming and dev standards while overclocked. If it gets to hot while overclocked under furmark theres a good chance you "could" reach those temps while gaming because im sure your not watching your temps 24/7.

As for my temps, the only temps i can provide are from my 4890 currently. I keep pc pics and benchmark screenies but never temp shots. Dont really see the point I think the only temp pic i have is the temp sensor from my single stage on my i5.

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