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Maverickman 07-01-08 06:39 PM

Safe Crysis in-game temps?
 
I just finished playing Crysis for an hour. I used the EVGA Precision tool to monitor my in-game temps. The GPU maxed out at 78C. Most of the time it was between 77-78. It did reach 79C for a few seconds but went back down to 77 or 78C. I have the fan on auto. As soon as I closed the game, the fans went off and the temps dropped fast. Also, when a map would load, the fans would go off until the game returned. I'm hoping these temps. are safe. I didn't notice any artifacts, but the screen did flicker in certain areas. That usually happens when all the drop ships come in during the harbor scene.

-=DVS=- 07-01-08 08:05 PM

Re: Safe Crysis in-game temps?
 
On cool days my overclocked GTX 280 runs fan at only 60% and keeps temps around 86 C , it did go to 100% on very hot day and temps were about 85 C , so my guess is ~80 C is perfectly normal operational temperature.

hemmy 07-03-08 06:50 PM

Re: Safe Crysis in-game temps?
 
under 100c shouldn't cause any harm

hell_of_doom227 07-03-08 07:37 PM

Re: Safe Crysis in-game temps?
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Maverickman (Post 1699815)
I just finished playing Crysis for an hour. I used the EVGA Precision tool to monitor my in-game temps. The GPU maxed out at 78C. Most of the time it was between 77-78. It did reach 79C for a few seconds but went back down to 77 or 78C. I have the fan on auto. As soon as I closed the game, the fans went off and the temps dropped fast. Also, when a map would load, the fans would go off until the game returned. I'm hoping these temps. are safe. I didn't notice any artifacts, but the screen did flicker in certain areas. That usually happens when all the drop ships come in during the harbor scene.


That's the temperature i had. That's perfect temperature...


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