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Old 08-24-2013, 12:42 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default RPM on GPU. Cause for worrie?

So, according to MSI afterburner, my GPU fans are going from 2,000 too 4,000 all the time, screen shot below.

Is this a cause for worry?
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Default Re: RPM on GPU. Cause for worrie?

Did you buy the 760? Or are you still using aftermarket on that 5870?
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Still using the aftermarket on the 5870.
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Default Re: RPM on GPU. Cause for worrie?

Is it plugged into the card, or not? If it isn't, then nothing to worry about.
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Yeah, it's plugged into the card.
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I just blew the pic up, I'm going to guess it's not reading it right due to it being aftermarket. If you look at the actual speed percentage it doesn't indicate any kind of up and down like that. My judgement, nothing to worry about. Long as your temps are fine, you're good to go which it looks like they are.
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I just blew the pic up, I'm going to guess it's not reading it right due to it being aftermarket. If you look at the actual speed percentage it doesn't indicate any kind of up and down like that. My judgement, nothing to worry about. Long as your temps are fine, you're good to go which it looks like they are.
Yeah temps are fine. it's idleing at 47oC. But i think thats because it isnt seated properly, scan are sending me out some new mounting screws for it, as the one i have is making it not go flat.
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Idling at 47c is perfectly fine. Not sure what the issue is there. I'm idling at 57c with a Scythe Kaze Ultra sitting next to my PC. Feel fortunate.
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Alright then Hopfuly they still send me new mounting screws. maybe that will lower the temp abit more
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Not really sure it will. The 5870 was a warm GPU.
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