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PNY GTX 275 Question

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ciku

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Jan 15, 2004
Please refer to my rig in my sig... The video card is not oced, Since I changed my case from antec 900 to haf 922 I have been getting a reboot once in 2 days... and I noticed that the exhaust on my video card is very hot...

Gpu-Z Info:
Gpu Temp: 58c-63c
PCB Temp: 58.8c
Fan Speed: 40% @ 1400(+/- 10) rpm

Room Temp 25c
Load Cpu Temp 42c-45c (with wow, messenger, vent, browser running)
Idle Cpu Temp 33c-35c

Are these gpu-z temps acceptable? any ideas/suggestions?

EDIT: room temp changed from f to c.
 
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Badbonji

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That isn't loaded, get prime95 and run it on 4 threads to find a real load temperature. Why did you write the room temperature in F then cpu temp in C?
 
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ciku

ciku

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That isn't loaded, get prime95 and run it on 4 threads to find a real load temperature. Why did you write the room temperature in F then cpu temp in C?

@ load temps:
Does it matter? I don't see why I need to run prime95 when realistically these are the only things I do, play wow, photoshop, video encoding, messenger, browse and email. But fyi, system is stable at 3.2ghz with prime95 for more than 48 hours with load temps 56c-57c.

@ Temps (c or f)
At 2am, my brain wasn't functioning and the device I looked at was running at f not c, that's why.
 
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tinymouse2

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Your GPU temps look fine to me. I just poked a friend with a 285 (275 = 260 memory + 285 core) and he gets between 64-71 under full load (he's OC'd it a bit) so those temps sound more than fine. You shouldn't be worried until it starts to go over 80 degrees or so =)