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September 24, 2013 3:23:25 AM

Hey guys,

I'm pretty new to this and I have recently built my very first gaming rig, the only thing I am concerned about is how hot my GPU is running whilst playing games, whilst running Battlefield 3 or Crysis 3 on Ultra Settings my GPU is hitting 70c . The graphics card itself is a MSI Twin Frozr 3 7970 3GB. I am using MSI Afterburner, like I said I'm new to all this so for all I know this could be completely normal but I just wanted to check as it seems a high number.

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September 24, 2013 3:28:18 AM

seanx1990 said:
Hey guys,

I'm pretty new to this and I have recently built my very first gaming rig, the only thing I am concerned about is how hot my GPU is running whilst playing games, whilst running Battlefield 3 or Crysis 3 on Ultra Settings my GPU is hitting 70c . The graphics card itself is a MSI Twin Frozr 3 7970 3GB. I am using MSI Afterburner, like I said I'm new to all this so for all I know this could be completely normal but I just wanted to check as it seems a high number.


its tottaly fine, i believe those gpu's run at 65, the 5 deggrees diffrence is probably due to your case/ airflow, but its absolutly nothing to worry about.

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September 24, 2013 3:34:04 AM

Thats awesome, just thought I would post just to make sure, thank you very much for the help

DragonChase said:
seanx1990 said:
Hey guys,

I'm pretty new to this and I have recently built my very first gaming rig, the only thing I am concerned about is how hot my GPU is running whilst playing games, whilst running Battlefield 3 or Crysis 3 on Ultra Settings my GPU is hitting 70c . The graphics card itself is a MSI Twin Frozr 3 7970 3GB. I am using MSI Afterburner, like I said I'm new to all this so for all I know this could be completely normal but I just wanted to check as it seems a high number.


its tottaly fine, i believe those gpu's run at 65, the 5 deggrees diffrence is probably due to your case/ airflow, but its absolutly nothing to worry about.



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