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9800gtx shoots up high temperatures

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April 25, 2009 4:53:10 AM

hello guys...
iam having some problem with my xfx 9800gtx+ 512mb graphic card...
the avg idle temp shoots upto 61 to 64 degrees celcius
when i play game it gets even higher ...say 75 and above and the game freezes...
pls help me how to solve my problem....iam a beginer and dono abt overclocking and stuffs...so pls help me..

i read thru the forums saying tat 9800gtx avg idle temp shud be aroun 50-55 degrees..
i dono y my gpu is heatin up a lot....

thanks in advance...
April 25, 2009 5:05:57 AM

Nice grammar :kaola: 

You will need to increase the fan speed...google maybe?
April 25, 2009 5:14:26 AM

google? is this ur answer???? bro ive already tried google..cudnt get proper solutuion...
pls heklp me to get my graphic card temperature down....i dono y it suddenly shhot upto 61 degrees at idle state and even when i start my pc after 8 hrs break....
i read avg idle temp is only 46 to 50 recently..pls help
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April 25, 2009 5:23:53 AM

irkjab said:
Spellcheck is your friend, sir.

Try updating the drivers, download the newest ones from
http://www.nvidia.com/Download/index.aspx?lang=en-us

I felt i may have taken my....suggestion on his typos to far...i had to reframe

Well since you can ...... ..... i can understand how you couldn't get much from google :sarcastic: 

http://www.google.com/search?client=firefox-a&rls=org.m...

GOSH i want to ... you so badly...can't even use google....*sigh*

Here you go *expletive*
April 25, 2009 5:33:46 AM

thanks for quick reply..i have the latest driver installled...i have nvidia driver[182.50] on xp 64bit system
April 25, 2009 5:39:11 AM

hello Rewindlabs....am not hear to fight or anything like that sort....all i want is a solution..
i googled and each one is givin different answers...
some suggest to tune the gfx card using riva tuner...and control fan speed..
some say to manuallu overspeed the gpu fan...but i dont want to fry my gfx card...cos its only 30 days old...whenever i have any prob..i post it in this forum...i get replies and my prob is over...very simple
April 25, 2009 5:41:26 AM

Use the first link in the link i posted....
April 25, 2009 5:48:41 AM

aahh...thanks irkjab..ill try it now...

@Rewindlabs:
if i want to google myself ...ill do it happily...why would i register in this forum and post my doubt here....??..
April 25, 2009 5:51:46 AM

:ange:  :sarcastic: 

It took me 5 seconds on google to come up with the answer.... :sweat: 

Really you should learn up on your system if you doubt yourself so much to find software for it :pt1cable: 
April 25, 2009 5:53:33 AM

rewindlabs:
so wat is ur answer now????again try google?????
April 25, 2009 5:53:47 AM

@ irkjab, it does? I thought it was just a monitor?
April 25, 2009 5:57:19 AM

Yup, you can adjust fan speeds and overclock with Ntune. I don't think that it saves the settings though, so you'd have to reconfigure it after every reboot.
April 25, 2009 6:07:58 AM

@irkjab:
r u sure it wont burn the gpu if we manually increase the settings in ntune??? iam little afraid if my gpu will get burnt....
April 25, 2009 6:24:21 AM

Turning the fan up in ntune won't fry your card.

I've never got an error like that. Does it work if you set the fan to 100%?

If it doesn't, try the fan settings on rivatuner.

You won't have any chance of damaging your card unless you try overclock it.
April 25, 2009 6:45:25 AM

Try rivatuner
April 25, 2009 7:12:32 AM

atlast i got it...i added a new rule for gpu fan on the ntune...and now the fan tem is working fine...thanks for ur kind info irkjab....now i used gpu-z to check my gpu temperature...and its 52 degrees at idle and even when i play gta4 it doesnt shoot up higher than 60degrees...thanks a lot
April 25, 2009 2:05:52 PM

A good cleaning never hurts, either. Dust is your enemy.
March 23, 2010 10:28:57 PM

Wrecks said:
A good cleaning never hurts, either. Dust is your enemy.

very good point.
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