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June 27, 2013 10:59:33 PM

I just moved my tower to a very cold part of the house. I'm wondering, at 22 degrees Celsius, Is my GPU temperature too low? Sorry for the inexperience. I am using a GTX 780 w/ ACX.

Also, to give you guys a temperature generalization, I am sitting here in a light hoodie and sweatpants. Is that too cold? Also, is there a specific low temperature I should be worrying about? Because right now, my GPU is idling at 19-20 degrees Celsius. Can my GPU, "Freeze." So to speak? Lastly, should I be worrying about suddenly turning on BF3, and the temps suddenly skyrocketing from 20-45 degrees Celsius? Or condensation from the air conditioner not to far away? Or am I just being too paranoid with my new build? Again, I apologize. New build, lol.

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June 27, 2013 11:03:46 PM

You GPU won't get too cold, ever.
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June 27, 2013 11:05:17 PM

See, that's what I wanted to hear. I guess I'm just getting to paranoid about this new build. Thanks!
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June 27, 2013 11:06:32 PM

forscience97 said:
I just moved my tower to a very cold part of the house. I'm wondering, at 22 degrees Celsius, Is my GPU temperature too low? Sorry for the inexperience. I am using a GTX 780 w/ ACX.

Also, to give you guys a temperature generalization, I am sitting here in a light hoodie and sweatpants. Is that too cold? Also, is there a specific low temperature I should be worrying about? Because right now, my GPU is idling at 19-20 degrees Celsius. Can my GPU, "Freeze." So to speak? Lastly, should I be worrying about suddenly turning on BF3, and the temps suddenly skyrocketing from 20-45 degrees Celsius? Or condensation from the air conditioner not to far away? Or am I just being too paranoid with my new build? Again, I apologize. New build, lol.


No.....although your temps are a bit low but they are unlikely to cause any problems
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June 27, 2013 11:13:48 PM

Temp sensors aren't always accurate, but what your seeing is normal. Just remember that pro overclockers pour liquid nitrogen on their GPUs/CPUs so your in the clear.
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June 27, 2013 11:29:08 PM

Your GPU will have no issues at all. That's actually a positive. The cooler the Better !

Not many people achieve such temps ever in their life.

Enjoy and relax. You have nothing to worry about
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