Topic Title: Overheating issue
Topic Summary: Anybody can help me?
Created On: 11/20/2012 02:28 PM
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 11/20/2012 02:28 PM
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LandakOnly
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 Hello everyone. I got ASUS HD 7970 DC II. Max temp is around 83c. Is that a normal temp for ASUS HD 7970 DC II? Or overheating issue? And the fan speed i turning to manual. 40% for 40c and i make it until 100c / 100% fan speed.

 

I need to know that my card is get an overheating issue or not. Oh sorry for my broken in english. Cheers

 11/20/2012 05:24 PM
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It's fine.

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 11/21/2012 08:29 AM
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but sometimes its going higher an almost reach at 90c!!!! Im afraid my card will burn! 

Sleeping Dog is the most bad games. Only this game push up my temp to 90c.

 

Is that fine too? Im really2 afraid bout it 

 11/21/2012 08:43 AM
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100+c is the time to start worrying.

Try some cable managment or add a fan to move the air in the case.



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 11/21/2012 09:01 AM
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Further to Ratsass post..

Seeing as your vidcard has fans on the top, if you don't already have one, look for a really good fan for the side panel which would blow cooler air right at the card. If no side panel opening then put a fan in all other available slots and as suggested get the cables out of the way of airflow.

If that's not enough then you'd benefit (as most of us do) with an automated fancontrol program like MSI Afterburner which adjusts fanspeed vs. gpu temp.  It will take some experimenting with the graph to balance noise with the 80c max temp you'd like.



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