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Gtx 560 max heat 90 in 99% load after 20 minutes

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July 27, 2012 6:38:46 AM

guys

i did furmark test for 20 minutes and i got the following results



burn in test ,1920 x 1080 -37 fps

MSAA 0x

FPS min 16 max 40 avg 38

frames 45605 - time 20 minutes

temp 89c max 90c

vddc 1.012v fan speed 100%

gpu load 93% ,mem load 12%


is that good or bad ??
a c 291 U Graphics card
July 27, 2012 8:53:57 AM

Depends on your ambient temp, GPU temp seems a bit high.
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July 27, 2012 9:06:02 AM

Sunius said:
Depends on your ambient temp, GPU temp seems a bit high.


ok i played crysis 2 max settings and the temp reach 70 maximum ...i heard fur mark put a crazy load on the GPU and there is no such huge load in the real world and my ambient is hot the card in idle is 40 -42c
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a c 291 U Graphics card
July 27, 2012 9:18:39 AM

Ambient temperature is your room temperature, not your idle temperature. If it doesn't go above 75°C while gaming, you're perfectly fine then.
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a c 145 U Graphics card
July 27, 2012 11:11:31 AM

have you check your case air flow?
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July 27, 2012 11:24:29 AM

Yeah that temperature is too high. Are you running on stock setting?
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a c 173 U Graphics card
July 27, 2012 1:05:32 PM

Manually set the fan speed to 80% with msi afterburner and check the temps every few min. The gpu core can run stable even at much hotter temps (got a 9800gt that is stable up to 112c) but the rest of the card won't last long at those temps. The mid range range cards are simply not built as well as the high end in that regard.

Not knowing which model that yours is I suggest that you keep it clean and if the case isn't great just take off the side panel for more air flow.
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July 27, 2012 2:56:53 PM

Sunius said:
Ambient temperature is your room temperature, not your idle temperature. If it doesn't go above 75°C while gaming, you're perfectly fine then.



i think so :) 
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July 27, 2012 2:58:00 PM

renz496 said:
have you check your case air flow?



i removed the side panel to keep it cool and the card in idle is 37c but when i did the above test it was without the side panel :o 
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July 27, 2012 2:59:22 PM

invisibilian said:
Yeah that temperature is too high. Are you running on stock setting?



i dont understand maybe u meant OC ? no there is no OC
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July 27, 2012 3:25:48 PM

nforce4max said:
Manually set the fan speed to 80% with msi afterburner and check the temps every few min. The gpu core can run stable even at much hotter temps (got a 9800gt that is stable up to 112c) but the rest of the card won't last long at those temps. The mid range range cards are simply not built as well as the high end in that regard.

Not knowing which model that yours is I suggest that you keep it clean and if the case isn't great just take off the side panel for more air flow.



but when i tried to play a game it doesn't reach this kind of heats .. maximum 75c!!
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July 27, 2012 3:51:31 PM

nforce4max said:
Manually set the fan speed to 80% with msi afterburner and check the temps every few min. The gpu core can run stable even at much hotter temps (got a 9800gt that is stable up to 112c) but the rest of the card won't last long at those temps. The mid range range cards are simply not built as well as the high end in that regard.

Not knowing which model that yours is I suggest that you keep it clean and if the case isn't great just take off the side panel for more air flow.



it's too hot yes but i played crysis 2 max and the temp was 70 75c maximum
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a c 173 U Graphics card
July 27, 2012 5:39:03 PM

70c+ isn't uncommon for these cards when fully loaded but there is room for improvement by far. I am currently considering a project that I have been thinking about for a few days. Might mod a standard tower style cpu cooler so that it can be used on my 256bit gtx460. I hate the stock cooler but don't want to spend heaps on money on a new cooling system.
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July 27, 2012 7:02:38 PM

nforce4max said:
70c+ isn't uncommon for these cards when fully loaded but there is room for improvement by far. I am currently considering a project that I have been thinking about for a few days. Might mod a standard tower style cpu cooler so that it can be used on my 256bit gtx460. I hate the stock cooler but don't want to spend heaps on money on a new cooling system.


you know for gaming using pc, this days is too expensive u need a lot of sittings and expect more but the results are not so good

maybe a console will do the job...and let the pc for your work i think !! damn
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a b U Graphics card
July 27, 2012 7:13:48 PM

If your in a hot country and your case has bad airflow, those temps wouldn't shock me at all.... Whats your case and fan configuration?
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July 27, 2012 11:10:31 PM

paddys09 said:
If your in a hot country and your case has bad airflow, those temps wouldn't shock me at all.... Whats your case and fan configuration?


yes i have the two ..hot country (egypt) and a bad air flow ..but about the fan what do u mean about fan configuration

i have two fans connected with gpu and in msi afterburner 50% as default in idle is there anything else ?? i dont know
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a b U Graphics card
July 27, 2012 11:36:32 PM

How many fans in your case? not including the ones attached to your graphics card or CPU.

Googled Cairo and its saying your daytime temps are around 37c not sure if you live near there but that could be the cause if your room temp is near that.

What are your temps while gaming?
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July 28, 2012 12:00:25 AM

while gaming is about 70-75 playing crysis 2 in 1366 x 768 in max settings and about the case it's a bad one i got it with one fan and now it's not working :) 
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July 28, 2012 12:09:25 AM

Best answer selected by hadi suliman.
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a b U Graphics card
July 28, 2012 12:10:52 AM

Well if you have no fans in your case all that hot air is just building up, definitely get as many as you can fit in the case. Your gaming temps are fine, nothing to worry about, just lay off the benchmarking until you get the case fans sorted out.

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July 28, 2012 1:17:44 AM

paddys09 said:
Well if you have no fans in your case all that hot air is just building up, definitely get as many as you can fit in the case. Your gaming temps are fine, nothing to worry about, just lay off the benchmarking until you get the case fans sorted out.



thank u ...you helped me a lot :bounce: 
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a b U Graphics card
July 28, 2012 1:35:21 AM

No worries. Happy to give the info... Hope you see a drop in load temps when you get some more case fans! :) 
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a c 271 U Graphics card
July 28, 2012 10:42:59 AM

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