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Temp issues 5770

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May 28, 2010 12:39:55 PM

hello just got my sapphire 5770 yesterday decided to run furmark3d after a minute the temperature rises to 100 celsius
and stays at about that is this normal??
And what is the maximum temp for one of these?

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May 28, 2010 3:45:07 PM

Hi.

What are ur ambient temps?
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May 29, 2010 1:26:41 AM

In this room is about 32~34 celsius
when idle its about 47 celsius
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May 29, 2010 3:42:21 AM

Cooler master elite 330 no extra fans added just the one big one at the back
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May 29, 2010 5:18:27 AM

sounds way high to me . you need to read up on safe temps first and then overclock ? i dont know about sapphire but my xfx 5770 temp only goes up too 54 celsius under load clocked with catalyst controll center at 900 GPU and 1300 memory.i think i rember reading like 64 celsius is bout high as you want too go but im not shure?
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May 29, 2010 9:33:02 AM

need to get more fans then coz its only running on one fan at the back extracting air at the moment
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May 29, 2010 5:15:24 PM

open up your case and see if temperatures change. 32-34C ambient temperatures are extremely high(for me since I'm canadian)
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May 30, 2010 1:11:00 AM

That temperature is room temp!
Extremely hot during the summer here

Yeah i think need to buy new fans
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June 23, 2010 5:11:05 AM

confessor735 said:
sounds way high to me . you need to read up on safe temps first and then overclock ? i dont know about sapphire but my xfx 5770 temp only goes up too 54 celsius under load clocked with catalyst controll center at 900 GPU and 1300 memory.i think i rember reading like 64 celsius is bout high as you want too go but im not shure?


If you don't mind me asking.. what CPU and case do you have? Just wondering because I would like to OC my 5770 when I build this comp I'm buying to about like you have it and 54 C is a good temp. Also do you notice a significantly enough difference in FPS in games with that OC to make it worth it?

Thanks
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June 23, 2010 12:28:59 PM

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My 5770 would idle at 28C but i do have 7 case fans

Dude this is not about fans, i mean yes but i have also HD5770 and believe me i don't have no one fan.
My temp at idle is 33c (with 35% fan speed) at load 69c when ambient is 18-20c.

He's temp is little high, even for nVidia 100c is too high.
Ambient is high, but still i mean 100c is too high for ATI.
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June 23, 2010 12:34:37 PM

ubernoobie said:
open up your case and see if temperatures change. 32-34C ambient temperatures are extremely high(for me since I'm canadian)

Don't open case at 34c ambient...
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June 23, 2010 12:44:39 PM

confessor735 said:
sounds way high to me . you need to read up on safe temps first and then overclock ? i dont know about sapphire but my xfx 5770 temp only goes up too 54 celsius under load clocked with catalyst controll center at 900 GPU and 1300 memory.i think i rember reading like 64 celsius is bout high as you want too go but im not shure?

Can you post FurMark with you'r GPU temps at full load, im little curious about this temp?...

Ofcourse, if this is not a problem.
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July 27, 2010 12:59:33 PM

I have a HD 5770 in a CM Elite 335 case and I added the 120mm intake fan. My room temp is around 30'c (sometimes higher sometimes slightly lower), I live in a hot climate. My idle temps for my 5770 @ stock settings are from 34-40'c and load temps are in the 50's.

When I OC my 5770's Core from 850 to 940 and memory from 1200 to 1350 and fan to 70% my idle temps are 39-42'c and load are 59-64'c.

Try adding that 120mm intake fan.

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July 30, 2010 9:08:00 PM

This may not be relevant but I have a Saphire HD 5750 and I contacted Saphire via Email and recieved a reply that the HD 5750 tends to run hot and 0~105c was within the safe range. But my temps are way below that.
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December 18, 2010 11:05:02 AM

I had a 5770 in a Dell Studio XPS and idle 40c and 80c under load. I only have one fan and it's only 90mm and my temps have never went over 85c even with the GTX470 that I have now. I think that particular 5770 has a thermal paste issue or some other OEM issue. Anyway try creating custom fan profile with MSI Afterburner and you might as well Overclock it a little because it will not raise temps much and fan profile is a must. AMD and Nvidia try to hard to keep their cards quiet just add 10% to 20% to fan graph at all points. My 5770 ran alot faster with slight OC! Good Luck!
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