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ATi 6950 @ 880mhz hits 100c in OCCT

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May 7, 2011 3:07:05 PM

I have a XFX 6950 in my system and its got an unlocked shaders but clock speeds left and over clocked myself so I don't disturb the memory timing. The problem I have is that when running OCCT it hits stupidly high temps of 95-105c !! is this normal as OCCT does put the GPU under unreal stress. During games I think its around the area of 75-80C but that's just in Battlefield BC2. Its in a SilverStone FT02B case with CPU running at 30c idol
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May 7, 2011 3:08:25 PM

Play games not OCCT :) 
May 8, 2011 12:18:05 PM

So these temps are normal?
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May 8, 2011 12:23:36 PM

Your gaming temps are fine, your OCCT temps are alittle concerning, but then again OCCT pushes your GPU harder than any game ever will. So thats why I said play games not OCCT.
September 16, 2011 4:21:29 PM

lakewoodadam said:
I have a XFX 6950 in my system and its got an unlocked shaders but clock speeds left and over clocked myself so I don't disturb the memory timing. The problem I have is that when running OCCT it hits stupidly high temps of 95-105c !! is this normal as OCCT does put the GPU under unreal stress. During games I think its around the area of 75-80C but that's just in Battlefield BC2. Its in a SilverStone FT02B case with CPU running at 30c idol


I have an unlocked 6950, overclocked to 900/1408mhz. When i play Crysis 2 I never go above 60C.
I'm using a Coolermaster HAF-22. 2 120mm fans and 1 200mm fan. I also run the gpu fan at 100%.
December 15, 2011 4:34:48 AM

kai435 said:
I have an unlocked 6950, overclocked to 900/1408mhz. When i play Crysis 2 I never go above 60C.
I'm using a Coolermaster HAF-22. 2 120mm fans and 1 200mm fan. I also run the gpu fan at 100%.


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