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bkswaney
10-21-04, 02:46 PM
If you have a NV5 on your 6800 post your idle and load temps
here.
But "ONLY " if you use RTHDRIBL to load it up.
Also use 4xAA and 16xAF.
After running for 30min that's your max.
Make you screen as big as you can and still see
your temp.
I put my temp box in the lower right hand side of the screen.

This program will put more load on your GPU than any other.
My temps hardly go up gaming or benchmarking
but this will make it raise. ;)

My temps are 57 idle and 77 load.

MustangSVT
10-21-04, 03:29 PM
I'm stock cooler on a Gainward 6800GT, but here's my temps anyway. At 400/1100 (Ultra), with RTHDRIBL at 8xAA/16xAF, I got about 72C after 25 minutes or so. My idle temps is around 52C, and my load temp is 72C seems.

FastRedPonyCar
10-21-04, 04:20 PM
round 72 ish *C

theultimo
10-21-04, 04:27 PM
BFG 6800GTOC:

Idle: 42C

Load: 65C


It has stock fan w/8 case fans in case.

HKPolice
10-21-04, 04:53 PM
BFG 6800GT OC @ 440/1.14, 1.4vGPU

SK-7 HSF + 80mm fan
Idles 45C, load 57C

Subtestube
10-21-04, 05:02 PM
I get up to 66, but there's a problem for me. I get an out of memory error when the window size gets too big. I get all the way up to 68 if I'm using MSHDRIBL - which looks worse, but generates FAR more FPS, and seems to generate noticeably more heat.

Buck Armstrong
10-21-04, 05:18 PM
I've hit 80 before on those AA/AF settings, but my card was oced with stock cooling.

-=DVS=-
10-21-04, 05:19 PM
load after 5 minutes 71c , after 10 minutes steady 72c.

INGlewood78
10-21-04, 05:48 PM
BFG 6800GT OC @ 440/1.14, 1.4vGPU

SK-7 HSF + 80mm fan
Idles 45C, load 57C

How did you mod the heatsink to fit..have any pics?

rellingsen
10-21-04, 07:50 PM
I top out at about 63C under load and 48C idle with my card running stock at 425/1150. Pic below after a quite a few loops of RTHDRIBL. I installed the NV5 with AS5. My case is like a wind tunnel and always runs very cool. Idle at bottom.
http://pages.prodigy.net/ellingsen1/rttemps.jpg
http://pages.prodigy.net/ellingsen1/Idle.jpg

Marcos
10-21-04, 09:13 PM
jesus ****ing christ

after 30 mins im at 83c! ! ! ! !

6800gt PNY 410/1.11

bkswaney
10-21-04, 09:16 PM
jesus ****ing christ

after 30 mins im at 83c! ! ! ! !

6800gt PNY 410/1.11


83 is quiet good really.
I use to raise to 97 and 98 with factory heatsink.

I'm just at a big loose as to how some of u have such low
temps.
Even with the side off my case and a fan blowing across
the heatsink I cannot get as low as some of you have posted.

I guess the air at your house is better than mine or something. :retard:

My load temp at default clock speed is 73 load.

bkswaney
10-21-04, 09:30 PM
You know I'm really wondering if some cores
just run cooler than others.
Or where the temp reading comes from
is different on some cards.

But it seems most of use run about the same.
Idle in the 50's and load in the mid 70's.

Warden13
10-21-04, 09:37 PM
My GT at 1.4 volts and 460/1200 tops out at 49-50... of course that's on water :)

Warden

bkswaney
10-21-04, 09:40 PM
My GT at 1.4 volts and 460/1200 tops out at 49-50... of course that's on water :)

Warden


Killer temps. :)

What kind of water cooling rig r u using?
I'm going to order a new Koolance PC3
after christmas.
I've had great luck out of this one
but it's starting to show it's age now.
But heck over 3 years and never a problem or leak. :D

Annihlist
10-21-04, 09:48 PM
After about four hours load temps are 83C, stabilizes at that temp after about an hour.

rellingsen
10-21-04, 09:56 PM
You know I'm really wondering if some cores
just run cooler than others.
Or where the temp reading comes from
is different on some cards.

But it seems most of use run about the same.
Idle in the 50's and load in the mid 70's.

That's what mine would run at before I put the NV5 on with the stock Ultra HSF. I would hit 73C on load and 52-3 on idle. The extra large stock HSF on the Ultra does a pretty good job of keeping the temps down versus the smaller GT HSF. It did take me 4 hours of work on the NV5 taking down the memory plates slowly one by one to get perfect contact on all four corners (sides) of the GPU core and memory with the copper base on the NV5.

Viral
10-21-04, 10:55 PM
Idle, 46. Load, 66.

@ 433/1220

Idle with fans at 60%, load at 100%. When fans are 100% for idle temps are around 43-44.

Subtestube
10-21-04, 11:01 PM
Seriously... can anyone else verify whether MSHDRIBL actually does generally yield even higher temps than RTHDRIBL? Or is it just me?

photophreak314
10-21-04, 11:27 PM
25 Load, 15 idle.

It's this Canadian Winter thing. WHen It's -10 INDOORS, you've pretty much got water cooling.

Actually, 75 load after 1 hour of RTHRIBLETHINGY @ max settings.
GT @ 400/1100 stock HSF

Does anybody else run out of memory when you set the AA to higher than 4, (in RTHDRIBL, application controlled) and then maximize the window?

I can run it @ 8XS from the control panel and maximize the window, but once I go higher than 4X in the app it says "Out of video memory"

Odd indeed.

TeaEtchSee
10-21-04, 11:32 PM
were can i get this program? lol

Subtestube
10-21-04, 11:32 PM
Yep... I get out of mems when I try to make the window any bigger than... I guess a little less than 1 million pixels with 4xAA. If it actually IS out of vid mem then it would make sense that I can't get quite as high as a GT. It might be that that 'multisampling' isn't actually AA as we know it, but some kind of genuine multisampling. Then the framebuffer would be pretty ridiculous if it's actually downsampling.

Edit: Though, in fact, upping the in program multisampling doesn't seem to cause too much of a hassle. Oh...! I know what it'll be - it's rendering to multiple targs... and antialiasing all of 'em. That's gotta be pretty damned mem intensive. Least, that's my best guess.

zan780
10-21-04, 11:53 PM
6800 Ultra @ 450/1200 (stock Voltage) = 55C Load, 51C Idle

Cooled w/Danger Den NV68 Block, 1/2" WC System w/Dtek pro core, Fan at about 60%.

Ambient temp somewhere in the ~72F range

Note: Ambient temps would be helpful if you can figure them out, makes your temps mean a lot more.

Subtestube
10-22-04, 12:42 AM
Update: Ignore the thing about MSHDRIBL - I couldn't repeat my earlier results with it.

bkswaney
10-22-04, 01:05 AM
http://www.daionet.gr.jp/~masa