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1 year ago#11
Lol my 780 ti reference idles at 33c.
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1 year ago#12
Was this topic even worth creating?

I laughed when I responded so for me it was worth it.
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1 year ago#13
Btw OP my 670 idles at 28 C. You jelly brah?
1 year ago#14
My old 4850 idles at 38C and gets to about 58C max under load running Milkyway@Home. It has the heatsink from an older Arctic Cooling Twin Turbo with a 120mm slim Scythe Slip Stream Slim SY1212SL12H fan zip tied on. The fan keeps it cool enough and quiet at 7 volts.
1 year ago#15
idling at 37c with my reference 290.
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1 year ago#16
SleepComa posted...
Lol my 780 ti reference idles at 33c.


pitt12177 posted...
Btw OP my 670 idles at 28 C. You jelly brah?


killkount posted...
idling at 37c with my reference 290.


What fan speed though?
I can jack my fan speed to 100% and "idle" in the mid 20s... but that's rather meaningless.
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1 year ago#17
35 fan speed.

Put it down to 25 (lowest it'll go) and it went to 39 lol
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