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Temperature and fan issue. GTX 770

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March 21, 2014 9:19:45 AM

My Gainward GTX 770 phantom 4gb has three fans. As you can see in the picture, only two of them is operating at high speeds and the temperature the two go by are 88 degrees celsius. The middle fan is operating at low speeds and are operating by a temperature of 46 degrees celsius. The temperatures are way to high, and when I had been playing Battlefield 4 for about 15 minutes my pc restarted witch it has never done before. When it booted up again I tried looking it up on the internet and my pc restarted after five minutes. I downloaded furmark and tested, and after a few minutes it restarted again, the picture is from just before this restart.

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March 21, 2014 11:05:48 AM

That's all wrong. Look at the top. That's a reading for ONE fan and ONE temperature for the card. Your current temp is 88C. Your minimum temp is 46C. Your max temp is 88C. Your current fan speed is 90%. Your minimum fan speed is 39%. Your max fan speed is 90%.
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March 21, 2014 12:47:29 PM

pyr0_m4n said:
That's all wrong. Look at the top. That's a reading for ONE fan and ONE temperature for the card. Your current temp is 88C. Your minimum temp is 46C. Your max temp is 88C. Your current fan speed is 90%. Your minimum fan speed is 39%. Your max fan speed is 90%.


OH, I did not see that O.o Thank you, I am so stupid! But why does it get so hot when it is only supposed to be around 80 and why does my pc restart?
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March 21, 2014 1:00:26 PM

savagexs said:
pyr0_m4n said:
That's all wrong. Look at the top. That's a reading for ONE fan and ONE temperature for the card. Your current temp is 88C. Your minimum temp is 46C. Your max temp is 88C. Your current fan speed is 90%. Your minimum fan speed is 39%. Your max fan speed is 90%.


OH, I did not see that O.o Thank you, I am so stupid! But why does it get so hot when it is only supposed to be around 80 and why does my pc restart?


That's way too high of a temp and is most likely overheating. Do you have good airflow in your case?
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March 21, 2014 2:10:26 PM

pyr0_m4n said:
savagexs said:
pyr0_m4n said:
That's all wrong. Look at the top. That's a reading for ONE fan and ONE temperature for the card. Your current temp is 88C. Your minimum temp is 46C. Your max temp is 88C. Your current fan speed is 90%. Your minimum fan speed is 39%. Your max fan speed is 90%.


OH, I did not see that O.o Thank you, I am so stupid! But why does it get so hot when it is only supposed to be around 80 and why does my pc restart?


That's way too high of a temp and is most likely overheating. Do you have good airflow in your case?


I have not had this problem before, but when you say it I should blow it clean. But one question, is it air in front and bottom and exhaust top and rear? I have the cooler master storm trooper case, Two 120 fans on left side front, one rear with cpu radiator mounted and one 200 on top. I also use NZXT SENTRY LX Fan Control. I have plans to put a 120 fan on the bottom and one more on the radiator at the rear. I have not noticed any special temps inside the case, but I have not paid attention to it either.
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March 21, 2014 2:16:28 PM

savagexs said:
pyr0_m4n said:
savagexs said:
pyr0_m4n said:
That's all wrong. Look at the top. That's a reading for ONE fan and ONE temperature for the card. Your current temp is 88C. Your minimum temp is 46C. Your max temp is 88C. Your current fan speed is 90%. Your minimum fan speed is 39%. Your max fan speed is 90%.


OH, I did not see that O.o Thank you, I am so stupid! But why does it get so hot when it is only supposed to be around 80 and why does my pc restart?


That's way too high of a temp and is most likely overheating. Do you have good airflow in your case?


I have not had this problem before, but when you say it I should blow it clean. But one question, is it air in front and bottom and exhaust top and rear? I have the cooler master storm trooper case, Two 120 fans on left side front, one rear with cpu radiator mounted and one 200 on top. I also use NZXT SENTRY LX Fan Control. I have plans to put a 120 fan on the bottom and one more on the radiator at the rear. I have not noticed any special temps inside the case, but I have not paid attention to it either.

If your fans are spinning at 90% and still hitting 88C, either your room temp is stupidly hot, or more likely, you need to fix your airflow. If your back is exhaust, make sure all your other fans are intake. Always have more intake than exhaust.
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