It is a "Eyefinity Radeon HD 7570" and I'm concerned about its operating temperature because my pc keeps freezing up and makes a buzzing noise... Frequently while playing games, but occasionally while watching a video also...
When I am at my Windows Desktop (doing nothing), "CPUID Monitor" reports my video card is ~ 50 degress celsius. When I play X3 Albion Prelude, it runs around 78 degress celsius.
I suspect my graphic card is getting even hotter when my PC freezes up, but I cannot tell the exact temperature because I have to reboot the PC and I lose that info.
The computer is still under warranty and they have already replaced the motherboard I believe. It is a HP H8-1423. Specs here http://h20000.www2.hp.com/bizsupport/TechSupport/Document.jsp?objectID=c03528369&prodSeriesId=5295996
I am wondering if my radeon HD 7570 card is running too hot? 50 degrees celsius sounds a little warm when just idle mostly. I read 80 degrees is too hot and I see the card hitting 78 degrees when I playing a game.
Other people I see posting results between 30-50 degrees. But it is hard to find details for my card exactly... So I'm hoping someone here might have an idea if 78 degrees is too high.
Thanks very much for your time.
I've included the requested info below the best I can. I hope it is all right.
- Eyefinity Radeon HD 7570
- Never over clocked.
AMD Catalyst Driver Version:
- Display Driver ver 12.104
- OpenCL Driver ver 10.0.1124.2
- Catalyst Control Center ver 2013.0328.2217.38225
- Direct X 11
- Windows 8, 64 bit.
- All Windows Updates
- Windows AMD HD 7570 Driver = 188.8.131.5200 (2013-02-19)
PC freezes up and makes a buzzing noise. Must hold down power button on PC to power down and reboot.
It freezes occasionally while watching youtube & watching videos locally using Windows Media Player.
It freezes very frequently while playing games like StarCraft 2 or X3 Albion Prelude.
The PC seems fine for awhile, but once the PC starts freezing up, it starts freezing more frequently. Like 10 minutes later. repeatedly.
Graphics Settings are typically:
- Antialiasing = 4x
- Anisotropic Texture Filtering = 8x
- Other setting are set to high, such as details, view distance, etc...
Motherboard - Gigabyte M3970AM-HP (Angelica2)
Power Supply is HP's 460 watts.
- Samsung LED S24B350
- Standard SVGA cable using supplied DVI -> SVGA adapter on grfx card.
Applications and Games:
- StarCraft 2
- X3 Albion Prelude
- Windows Media Player (movies stored on hard drive)
- AMD FX-8350, TDP 125W, 4.0 GHz, 8 cores, AM3+ Socket
- Never over clocked.
System Memory - 10 GB Ram DDr3-1600, 2 TB Hard Drive, 1 case fan, 1 psu fan, 1 gfx card fan, 1 dvd drive
BIOS rev. 8.07
- Performed virus scan, malware scan, spyware scan.
- Performed HP hardware test on memory, cpu, HD using HP's on board utility.
- HP replaced Motherboard I believe.
Thanks for the help, appreciate it very much.
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