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I bought a new msi 5770 with voltage tweak.My gpu temp will around 40-50c in ideal mode.And 80-95c under heaviy load.When OC my gpu it is touching >>95c.Is it normal or not??.
<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<         I ONLY USED MSI AFTERBURNER FOR OVERCLOCKING THE GPU     >>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>..
MY config is
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Re: MSI Afterburner When OC my gpu it is touching >>95c.Is it normal
« Reply #1 on: 07-February-10, 18:07:02 »

@harsharip
This thread is not for personal issues discussion.
If you have any questions, open a new own topic in OC forum area.

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Re: MSI Afterburner When OC my gpu it is touching >>95c.Is it normal
« Reply #2 on: 07-February-10, 18:50:54 »

I split your post off the sticky.  Stickies are not personal help threads as Svet states.  I also changed the title to reflect your issue.
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Re: MSI Afterburner When OC my gpu it is touching >>95c.Is it normal
« Reply #3 on: 07-February-10, 18:53:03 »

Remove the OC, and test the vga again

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Re: MSI Afterburner When OC my gpu it is touching >>95c.Is it normal
« Reply #4 on: 07-February-10, 19:06:14 »

That seems a bit high... have you increased the fan speed at all?
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Re: MSI Afterburner When OC my gpu it is touching >>95c.Is it normal
« Reply #5 on: 11-February-10, 17:53:51 »

More importantly, are you sure the fan is spinning at all? It probably does, but does so slowly, check the user profile in Afterburner for fan speed tweaking.
But, the crazy temp isn't such a huge issue, I've got a MSI HD4650 running at 95c constantly since its crunching at Collatz.
It hasn't died yet and probably won't die for a looooooooong time.

Remember, GPU dies these days are designed to withstand pretty high temps about 100c is more or less normal for them :D
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Re: MSI Afterburner When OC my gpu it is touching >>95c.Is it normal
« Reply #6 on: 11-February-10, 18:08:39 »

Remember, GPU dies these days are designed to withstand pretty high temps about 100c is more or less normal for them :D

No offense, but 95C and up is, even for a vga, pretty high, especially since treshold lies around ~105C, so 100C is not more or less normal, especially for a card with a fan, its more a sign of insufficient cooling/airflow.
I run f@h 24/7 and some WU's, that utilize all my gpu/shader/mem power, will get it to ~85C max, running Furmark and other gpu intensive programs, never make my gpu's pass the ~90C.

Did you use Voltmod from afterburner? If so remove and see if it still heats up a lot.
Also what case do you have and how is airflow regulated, (how many fans, size and position).

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Re: MSI Afterburner When OC my gpu it is touching >>95c.Is it normal
« Reply #7 on: 11-February-10, 21:50:03 »

I agree, its certainly a sign of insufficient cooling, but its certainly not gonna fail just yet.
I guess its matter of opinion after all~ i did tried to be helpful hehe.

I suggest he should make a screen for us.
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Your question is kind of strange.  Overclocking is not just click a button and get free performance, if it were the cards would just be clocked higher (when nVidia/ATI/etc don't ban manufacturers doing so) there is always some kind of limitation whether it be voltage, cooling, variation in the silicon between two otherwise identical cards, etc.

So you're finding the limit in your o'c is that it's too hot.  Heat in and of itself also limits how far you can overclock, but I suspect if you replace the heatsink your warranty is gone so you can try increasing case cooling as others have suggested and/or what I would do instead is drop the voltage one notch or two and be satisfied with the highest o'c you can achieve at that voltage.

Personally, I don't like running a GPU over 80C.  Someone implied that their (one year old card?) card hasn't died yet running hotter, but that is definitely no proof at all it won't die prematurely... so it is also an issue of how long you plan on using the card but IMO, even when one becomes unsuited for games you might play, it still would have value in a secondary system, PLUS at some point you have minimal gain from pushing an o'c.  Gaining another 2 FPS isn't much to be bothered about, either the games were already playable or you were so close to an unplayable margin that soon enough you will need to upgrade again either way, more o'c or not.
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What are your FPS when running the 5770 at stock config? If it's 70+, is OC'ing really necessary? Excessive continual high heat & overvolting of components is always a systems worst nightmare. DaLoona is right about possibly looking into increasing the circulation of air flow in the case. What does your board show for a system temp? Ideal would be 37c or less. For comparison, mine runs pretty steady at around 35c under full load with a room temp of 69-70 fahrenheit. :-))
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Personally, I don't like running a GPU over 80C.  Someone implied that their (one year old card?) card hasn't died yet running hotter, but that is definitely no proof at all it won't die prematurely...

Trust me, they are designed for it, check the whitepages on ATi or NVidia.
Ive been running a 9800GTX for almost 30 months with temps reaching 85 Celsius regurlarly and it hasnt had a hickup yet.
Must add thats its a pre oc-ed one and I never got it higher, tried, but didnt work.
So to say it will die prematurely, is a bit shortsighted in my opion.
Read the net and reviews and youll see it common nowadayds that gpu's run that hot, since gpu computing and gaming are getting more and more gpu intensive.
Ill bet there are even people out there, that fold or grid on it and they run systems 24/7 for years and years with the same cards and having zero issues and they run temps around the 80's/85's too, just like on my system, especially if you have 2 or more cards on the same board.
You really think that gpu manufacturers havent thought about it?

As long as you dont fiddle with voltage tweaks, get a good case airflow and keep it under 90C youll be just fine.

But thats mine opinion  ;D

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Sorry for another post instead of edit, but the edit button has disappeard  :think:

It should be that Ive been running the 9800GTX for almost 24 months and not 30  :bonk: (found the receipt)
Still, thats almost 2 years of running well over 80C, 86C max., last time I checked and it all workes fine still.
Checked memory, scanned for artifacts etc, not a single sign of wear and tear.

However a gpu can crap out any time, no matter what brand/type/manufacturingdate, as with all electronics.

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I concur with DaLoona, as mentioned earlier, I do run mine at high temps without issues or worries, and I do so not without reason...the datasheets are always there to back my statements up^^
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 Likewise my 260 GTX OC f@h 24/7 never gets over 75oC but then it has the very good Twin Frozr cooler on it.
 If your case has a side vent near the VGA card you could try a small fan there blowing on to the card. When I was running my 250GTS f@h in my Sony rig it was getting up near 100oC because of no front intake fan and no way to install one so placing an 80mm fan from an unused PSU on the grill of the side vent lowered VGA temp by 20o or so.
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