Maybe. Load temps are more important though. Check those --- "Frightened by your own smell. Bitterness will run you through." ~In Flames: Bullet Ride
#3TheC0ndemnedOnePosted 2/11/2014 4:39:06 PM
Use EVGA Precision X to find your actual in-game/benchmarking temps with the OSD feature. --- Steam: Sydite
#4Jprime666Posted 2/11/2014 4:48:02 PM
Yeah it's a bit high for idle. I wouldn't worried as long as your load temps are good though. --- Zvarri!
#5ClouddxPosted 2/11/2014 4:50:15 PM
Load temps are the only thing that matters. --- i7-920 @ 3.6 // 770 GTX // 12 GB G.Skill Sniper Ram // PS3 // 360 FiiO e9+17 // AD700 + M50 // Deck Legend + 82 // DAS Ultimate S
#6BuyersRemorse55Posted 2/11/2014 4:54:59 PM
Well the wifes gtx 650 super clocked idles at like 25.
I have a gtx 760 and it idles at 30.
My old 9800 used to idle at like 45
#7PsythikPosted 2/11/2014 7:27:33 PM(edited)
It's 10 degrees higher than my GTX 770 at idle but I wouldn't worry about it, especially if you have a reference card, unless it's overheating during load. --- 4670k | 2GB GTX 770 OC | 8GB 1600 9-9-9-24 | 120GB SSD | 1TB WD Blue | Win8.1 Pro http://i597.photobucket.com/albums/tt56/S26DG44B/PsythikViolet_Blooded.jpg
#8DarkZV2BetaPosted 2/11/2014 7:36:56 PM
My 660 idles 40-50 on minimum fan speed. idle temps don't matter. --- god invented extension cords. -elchris79