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2 years ago#1
My ATI HD 4870 hit 107C once. Sensors could have been off, it was getting fairly old. It eventually melted the fan. I wasn't all that worried because I was about to replace it with a 460.
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2 years ago#2
Around 80-85 on a 5770 (replacing the thermal paste helped for a little while). On my 7850 I never go over 65.

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2 years ago#3
During normal use - 85c.

My old 6870 hit 105c once after putting on an aftermarket cooler.
Instructions told me to use the medium spacers.
I think they were wrong.
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2 years ago#4
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2 years ago#5
Like 91c, I think.

Was playing the Arma II: OA Demo on my two-year-old Radeon HD 6770.
2 years ago#6
90c on my 7970 cfx while running crysis 3 on ultra.
2 years ago#7
my old HD3850 hit 104C pretty regularly.
Single slot cooler, yay!
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2 years ago#8
105C on my gts 250
2 years ago#9
I too also hit around 100 C with my old rig which sported a Radeon HD 4850. I remember playing Gears of War long ago and the tower was BURNING HOT! The temperatures have settled down now since and I believe the drivers AMD released a couple years ago may have fixed the problem.
2 years ago#10
My wife had a laptop with a geforce 103m that went up to 103C once.

On my current rig, my overclocked 7950 goes up to around 80C max under artificial stress and around 70-75 while gaming.
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