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Do these temps sound about right for a HD 5770?

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June 20, 2010 7:16:39 AM

~81c in furmark, 68-70c playing a game, and 34-38c idle?
Running a Sapphire HD 5770 vapor-X card.

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June 20, 2010 7:34:37 AM

its ok for that card
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June 20, 2010 7:45:36 AM

nothing to worry about, furmark will always push your gpu to non real world temps, i mean my gtx 275 will he the 90's in furmark, but it will usually be in the low 70's gaming, but again you won't have problems with those temps
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June 20, 2010 8:06:46 AM

yup, as the other have said thats about right.

the idle temp could be lower, but thats more to do with fan profiles. thats a pretty good load temp though.
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June 20, 2010 9:07:47 AM

spongeguar said:
~81c in furmark, 68-70c playing a game, and 34-38c idle?
Running a Sapphire HD 5770 vapor-X card.


That sounds about right.

Relax, your fine :) 
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June 20, 2010 4:37:08 PM

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~81c in furmark, 68-70c playing a game, and 34-38c idle?
Running a Sapphire HD 5770 vapor-X card.


i have the same card and my temps are 34 at idle and 70 in furmark
it depends on your fan speed though: i push mine to 100% fan speed in furmark.
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June 20, 2010 5:05:00 PM

81c is little high for HD5770. My MSI R5770 Hawk don't go ever above 71c in furmark, idle 34c and after gaming 67-71c but fan don't go above 60% speed.

You'r idle and after gaming temp is ok, but why in FurMark is 81c?

How many time is need to reach 81c in FurMark?
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June 20, 2010 10:26:43 PM

Misko195 said:
81c is little high for HD5770. My MSI R5770 Hawk don't go ever above 71c in furmark, idle 34c and after gaming 67-71c but fan don't go above 60% speed.

You'r idle and after gaming temp is ok, but why in FurMark is 81c?

How many time is need to reach 81c in FurMark?


I let it test for 12 minutes, and it hit a max of 80c. I know that 80, or even 85c, is quite a bit below the thermal limit of the card, so I'm not even remotely worried.

But as for the reason why it hits 80c, probably because my fan sits at around 55%.
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June 21, 2010 10:52:32 PM

spongeguar said:
I let it test for 12 minutes, and it hit a max of 80c. I know that 80, or even 85c, is quite a bit below the thermal limit of the card, so I'm not even remotely worried.

But as for the reason why it hits 80c, probably because my fan sits at around 55%.

Yes, you'r below thermal limits. Don't worry about it. Some GPU work good on 100c without a problem...

But question is, why in FurMark temp reach 81c?

I don't think that is about fan, but try with 100% speed...
Also be sure that in FurMark you will got higher temp than after gaming. You'r temp is higher just for couple degrees, nothing serious..

Are you sure that this card is not overclocked?
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July 5, 2010 10:12:14 PM

I have the vapor x 5770 oc 960mhz and 1300mhz memory clock, I idle at around 49c, when game it goes it to 90, anything to worry about or should rma it? I've never hit 20 - 30c even running at stock settings.
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July 5, 2010 11:58:40 PM

lancer3d said:
I have the vapor x 5770 oc 960mhz and 1300mhz memory clock, I idle at around 49c, when game it goes it to 90, anything to worry about or should rma it? I've never hit 20 - 30c even running at stock settings.


Well considering you've got it OC'd by 100mhz core and memory, I'm not surprised that it's that much higher.
it's pretty cool this time of year where I live, so it could just be ambient temp where you live causing the heat.
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