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HD 5770 Temps

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Idles in the mid to high 40's, but i got it up to 100C during the FF XIV Benchmark, is there any reason for me to worry? cuz my old 4890 didnt even get that hot

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After days of folding my 5770 only gets to about 70C, but then I don't have it overclocked and my case's side fan blows directly on it.

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I just ran my Sapphire 5770 on the final fantasy bench at 1280x720 and my cpu never went above 50c and gpu never went above 66c spending most of the time in high 50s to mid 60s.

 

I do run my gpu fan at around 80 percent but the highest temp I can recall getting was something in the 70s.

 

 

 

 

EDIT oh and at stock clocks

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well i havent updated my sig in a while, but i returned it to stock clocks some time ago. and i ran the benchmark at stock clocks also

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Just ran it low too, and got 4338 and 4372. First with the fan at my setting, the second with the card controlling the fan. I'll run it again, without the side fan, once the card cools down again. That temperature I will put up once I have it.

With my settings and the side fan going full power, I only hit 74C.

Default cooling, no side fan and card controlled fan, I get a high of 87 on my 5770.

I wish I knew what was getting yours to go so high.

What is the idle temperature?

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i think my cards got some problems

I would have to agree,how long have you owned it and what are your temps in thing other then the ff bench?

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