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Old 02-04-2012, 12:25 PM   #1
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Default Gpu overheating ?

okay so bought a brand new asus gtx 550 ti a bit cheaper model cuz 192bit memory but i keep getting temperatures up to 75 while playing any 3d game o.0? i did a hole in the bottom whit a pipe so the air from the gpu would flow directly out from the pc helped abit was 80c before but still need more cooling any opinions got some silver thermal should i try add it? and is 75c bad if u play 2hrs straight also the fan has a terribly sound at that temperature

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Old 02-05-2012, 05:54 PM   #2
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80C isn't bad for a GPU under load. I believe they will shut down somewhere in the 100C range. If your worried about it, try running EVGA Precision. It will allow you to increase the speed of you GPU fan to help bring the temps down some.
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