PC Beginner said:
Interesting. So the best way to go about temp. when overclocking is to check around first before assuming the correct temp for overclocked GPUs. But how affective are the after market coolings for GPUs?
REMEMBER, You are being too broad here! We have to have an EXACT gpu! For an example, the gtx 480 which runs insanely hot 90-115C which are normal temperatures. When added an aftermarket heatsink, the temperatures drop around 50-70C! But also, a gtx 560ti reference edition with an aftermarket cooler may only see 1-5C difference in temperatures!