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3 years ago#1
Thats not safe is it/, GPU is beeping.
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3 years ago#2
Yeah, that's pretty high, even under a load.
3 years ago#3
70-80C is "normal" for a high end GPU under load.
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3 years ago#4
Pretty high but not quite dangerous. GPUs usually hit their thermal limit around 110C. Definitely look at your cooling and airflow and get that temp down. Could be something as simple as a dusty computer or you may have to replace the fan on the GPU or whatnot.
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3 years ago#5
Can you turn your fan speed up higher? I found if I turn mine to 65% or 70% my temps on my GPU's drop by 10c - 15c than at the stock speed. Then again your GPU may not have as good of a fan on it.
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3 years ago#6
BDSM posted...
70-80C is "normal" for a high end GPU under load.


Depends. Fermi and some older GPUs can get higher. I know without a custom fan profile my 580 gets to 87, and it was still reaching 85 the other week we had that major heat wave. On the other hand, my 5850 normally ran in the upper 60s...sometimes reaching low 70s (or mid 70s in the peak of summer).

Anything above 90 is pretty much troublesome though.
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3 years ago#7
JonWood007 posted...
BDSM posted...
70-80C is "normal" for a high end GPU under load.


Depends. Fermi and some older GPUs can get higher. I know without a custom fan profile my 580 gets to 87, and it was still reaching 85 the other week we had that major heat wave. On the other hand, my 5850 normally ran in the upper 60s...sometimes reaching low 70s (or mid 70s in the peak of summer).

Anything above 90 is pretty much troublesome though.


I also noticed that the 500 series cards get very hot from my GTX 560 sli which got to 90 Celsius easy. I had to lower voltages, clocks and open my case side panel to cool it down so it wouldn't overheat.
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3 years ago#8
cuteboi100 posted...
JonWood007 posted...
BDSM posted...
70-80C is "normal" for a high end GPU under load.


Depends. Fermi and some older GPUs can get higher. I know without a custom fan profile my 580 gets to 87, and it was still reaching 85 the other week we had that major heat wave. On the other hand, my 5850 normally ran in the upper 60s...sometimes reaching low 70s (or mid 70s in the peak of summer).

Anything above 90 is pretty much troublesome though.


I also noticed that the 500 series cards get very hot from my GTX 560 sli which got to 90 Celsius easy. I had to lower voltages, clocks and open my case side panel to cool it down so it wouldn't overheat.


My old GTX 560 OC would easily reach the 80's while gaming. Maybe it's just that series.
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3 years ago#10
95c isn't dangerous in and of it's self, but it's close enough to dangerous that a heat wave could push it to dangerous levels.
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