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Old 12-23-2005, 07:36 PM   #11 (permalink)
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7800GT @ 520/1220
Idle:38C
Load: 45-46C
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hmmm

XFX 7800gt
Idle: 48*c

Load: 86*c have no clue why this one is so hot, last one barely broke 74*c under load. This is with Riva Tuner.
Proof that XFX is a bad brand anyone? anyone?
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Old 12-23-2005, 07:57 PM   #13 (permalink)
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7800GT @ 520/1220
Idle:38C
Load: 45-46C
Thats a little hard to believe unless your on water cooling. Are you?
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Old 12-23-2005, 09:22 PM   #14 (permalink)
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eVGA 7800GT stock heatsink

38C idle

48C full load - 51C
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Proof that XFX is a bad brand anyone? anyone?
Nah dont bother me, IMO i could give two ****s about what brand it is. Unless its some new company that doesnt have any background then I kinda worry. Its just like the eVGA 6600gt it replaced, **** thing is starting to die out on me with in 4 months of purchasing it, and thats with no overclocking what so ever. So im starting to think its time for a new case.
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Old 12-27-2005, 03:02 PM   #16 (permalink)
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Thanks all....looks like the 7800 is vastly better engineered to run cooler than the 6800gt. Do they have monsterous noisey fans? My 6800gt fan is not noticible but probably because I have three case fans running + the heat sink and PSU. I did notice something. After kicking up my stock 6800gt from 350/1000 to 400/1100 my 3dmark5 went from 4969 to 5090. that is less than 1/2 0f 1% performance increase. What does that slightly higher score actually mean? Does the increased heat warrent the slight increase of 3dmark5????
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eVGA 6800GT

@ 450/1200
idle: 38C
load: not above 41C

stock temperatures? same as OC temperatures
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Old 12-28-2005, 09:34 PM   #18 (permalink)
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anyone watercooling their 7800gt's? i also have watercooling but haven't installed my vga block yet cuz the stock hsf also cools off the rams. just wondering if it's required to cool off the ram of my 7800gt
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Vram doesn't get hot...if you're really that worried then buy some vga RAMsinks. But no it's not required to cool the RAM...they don't get even the least bit hot.
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oh ok, not really that worried
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