What is the GPU's Normal Temperature?

i got powercolor hd7750 and while playing Dirt3 for around 30 mins i noticed the temperature reached up to 72deg. the fan is on auto settings. is this ok? what should be the acceptable temp for GPU?
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  1. That sounds fine. My 580 hits 81-83 and has been doing so for a couple of years without a problem.
  2. Sorry for asking a question, inside of a question, but if my gpu is hitting temps of up to 156 degrees Fahrenheit( 68.8889 Celsius) is that bad? My computer has been randomly restarting while playing games, I have been monitoring my ram and temps. The games never used more than 2 1/2 GB's of ram, I have 5. So I put some new heat sink on my gpu, and the temps did not change. What else could be the cause of my reboots?
  3. dakota breeden said:
    Sorry for asking a question, inside of a question, but if my gpu is hitting temps of up to 156 degrees Fahrenheit( 68.8889 Celsius) is that bad? My computer has been randomly restarting while playing games, I have been monitoring my ram and temps. The games never used more than 2 1/2 GB's of ram, I have 5. So I put some new heat sink on my gpu, and the temps did not change. What else could be the cause of my reboots?


    What is the make and model of the RAM sticks?
  4. I actually have no idea, they have covers on them for cooling :(. I know 2 of them are 1600 mhz, and one of them are 2000 mhz.
  5. That is a problem. Mixing RAM isn't recommended. If you do, you have to run them all at the same frequency and timings. That is probably what is causing issues.
  6. Do you know of any software that could manage them? Or a option in the Bios?
  7. Should be in the bios. But frankly, they might not work together no matter what.
  8. But why would it cause the PC to reboot only when I am playing games, never at any other time?
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