Sign in with
Sign up | Sign in
Your question
Closed

XFX Radeon hd 7850 Core Ed.

Tags:
  • Radeon
  • GPUs
  • Graphics
Last response: in Graphics & Displays
Share
August 21, 2012 12:30:51 AM

Hi ive just bought this card but my gpu temps are kind of high in comparisson with some reviews ive seen...

When playing crysis 2 @ ultra 1080p or Dirt 3 @ ultra 1080p my temps is about 70-73° C so i dont know if my card has some problem or if my fan setup is wrong...
Ive checked my temps @Stock clocks (gpu) or OC @975 - 1330 15+ Power and the change is minimal just about 1-2 °C increment.

ive seen that playing without VSync makes my gpu load under higher temps... Where should i download the Drivers? XFX? or Amd Drivers?

My case is a Cm 690 II Advanced with 1x140 mm front intake 1x120 mm bottom intake 1x120 mm rear outtake and 1x140 mm top outtake.
Should i Change Something?

My rest of specs are:

hd 7850 XFX Core Ed.
HDD 1x 320 gb (OS) and 1x 1TB Games
i5 2500k 3.3 Ghz
8 gb DDr3 1600 Mhz
Hyper 212 +
Motherboard Gigabyte z77m-d3h
psu Corsair gs600

What should i do????

Are my Temps under loading @99% right (70-73° C)

Thx in advanced.

More about : xfx radeon 7850 core

August 21, 2012 10:09:14 AM

Well most temperatures reflect a 60-70 window, it is a mighty cool card though due to the low power draw, what is your ambient temps.
Score
0
August 21, 2012 2:47:27 PM

sarinaide said:
Well most temperatures reflect a 60-70 window, it is a mighty cool card though due to the low power draw, what is your ambient temps.


Its between 20 - 23 °C and the gpu fan its like 1:1.2 ratio (@70°C gpu my fan speed is about 75%)

I changed the 1x120 bottom intake to side panel and i think it was an improve... (tried to put it in HDD cage intake but my temp was even higher) Also ill add some fans (2) 120 mm (i think) but where should i put them...
Score
0
Related resources
August 21, 2012 2:56:39 PM

I tried to look up a few reputable review sites, the HD 7850 generally runs in the 30-35 (idle) and 63-72(load) window, it ultimately depends on the manufacturers cooler employed. I will say that 70 is probably about median though 65 should be perfect. You can adjust your fan settings to not make them run fast at that temp.


http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Powercolor/HD_7850_P...
Score
0
August 21, 2012 3:22:42 PM

sarinaide said:
I tried to look up a few reputable review sites, the HD 7850 generally runs in the 30-35 (idle) and 63-72(load) window, it ultimately depends on the manufacturers cooler employed. I will say that 70 is probably about median though 65 should be perfect. You can adjust your fan settings to not make them run fast at that temp.


http://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/Powercolor/HD_7850_P...



And what about my fan setup? should be??? if i buy 2 more fans where should i put them... bottom intake x1 and top exhaust x1???

so my fan setup should be 1x140 front intake 1x120 side intake and 1x120 bottom intake, 1x140 top exhaust 1x120 top exhaust 1x120 rear exhaust
Score
0

Best solution

August 21, 2012 3:54:42 PM

The case is a good case for airflow the traditional front(intake), rear and top(exhaust) setup is perfect but you can add fans to complete the airflow. I would not say your temps are anything to be alarmed about its within normal margins, also consider the card is a bit of a internal venter.

If fans are loud, use MSI afterburner or any software with the card to adjust your fan speeds at relative temps.
Share
August 21, 2012 4:11:45 PM

Best answer selected by CRIVERAZ86.
Score
0
August 21, 2012 4:14:12 PM

Ok... thx 4 replying... ill add a couple of fans and i think it wont harm at all my temps, so... maybe i can reach 70° C TOP...
Score
0
August 21, 2012 7:39:30 PM

This topic has been closed by Mousemonkey
Score
0
!