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How hot should a gt 610 run

Just wondering how hot a gt 610 should run because mine runs over 80 degrees when playing games
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    :/ what game are you playing a gt 610 is nowhere near a gaming card.. This card is run without a fan in allot of cases you might try putting one on it if it is fanless.

    Thent
  2. it is passive or active disipated ?

    low entry GPU series tend to have passive heat disipation solutions(no fan), and concecuently get higher temperatures

    the solution, in this case is adding a fan to create some air flow helping to disipate the heat
    the main reason is playing with a card that is not made for that.
  3. thently said:
    :/ what game are you playing a gt 610 is nowhere near a gaming card.. This card is run without a fan in allot of cases you might try putting one on it if it is fanless.

    Thent


    i play mainly minecraft but this one has a fan but the only thing is i have an optiplex 755 with only one intake and one exhaust fan
  4. juanjostorreshernndez said:
    it is passive or active disipated ?

    low entry GPU series tend to have passive heat disipation solutions(no fan), and concecuently get higher temperatures

    the solution, in this case is adding a fan to create some air flow helping to disipate the heat
    the main reason is playing with a card that is not made for that.

    it has a small fan but my computer only has one intake
    and one exhaust
  5. There really is no reason to change what you have. 80C is perfectly within reason. Pay attention if it gets to 90C.
  6. MasterLuc said:
    juanjostorreshernndez said:
    it is passive or active disipated ?

    low entry GPU series tend to have passive heat disipation solutions(no fan), and concecuently get higher temperatures

    the solution, in this case is adding a fan to create some air flow helping to disipate the heat
    the main reason is playing with a card that is not made for that.



    it has a small fan but my computer only has one intake
    and one exhaust


    adding more fans will help, but as I said GT610 its not made to that, plying games just put too much stress to the GPU cause it has just a few ROPS, texture clocks, etc.. , so it literaly figths with no weapons at all and then gets overheated
  7. juanjostorreshernndez said:
    MasterLuc said:
    juanjostorreshernndez said:
    it is passive or active disipated ?

    low entry GPU series tend to have passive heat disipation solutions(no fan), and concecuently get higher temperatures

    the solution, in this case is adding a fan to create some air flow helping to disipate the heat
    the main reason is playing with a card that is not made for that.



    it has a small fan but my computer only has one intake
    and one exhaust


    adding more fans will help, but as I said GT610 its not made to that, plying games just put too much stress to the GPU cause it has just a few ROPS, texture clocks, etc.. , so it literaly figths with no weapons at all and then gets overheated


    ok thanks
  8. well mines like that too when playing FARCRY 3,BIOSHOCK INFINITE,DMC but in low settings and 12800x800 resolution.
  9. bystander said:
    There really is no reason to change what you have. 80C is perfectly within reason. Pay attention if it gets to 90C.

    my evga gt610 (which i only play minecraft on) is currently running at around 94c. yikes. i am farely certain i need to get better airflow in my case
  10. Get ThunderMaster and underclock the GT 610 by 400hz on the core. It will drop the temps quite a bit and you will not notice it for just displaying web pages.
  11. Well my solve was easy.

    1. Do not trust GPU-Z or ThunderMaster Fan settings.
    2. Check that fan is spinning. (I had to pull my main GTX card to even see the GT 610)

    The little fan plug was 1/2 plugged in (mean not plugged in) So basically I had no fan at all. But The utilities all reported fan speeds etc.
    So the software got fooled which in turn fooled me (As I trusted and did not want to pull both cards)

    Anyway with the fan running.
    - GPU Temp 55c fan at 71% (just desktop)
    - Watch video - 68c
    - gaming - don't game on it

    Without the Fan
    - Desktop was 80-88c,
    - Watching a video on that screen sent it to 100c (maybe higher) and the system would go totally black on that monitor (Crashed GT 610)

    It will run with no fan as long as you do not watch a video or game.
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