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Old 06-26-08, 06:14 PM   #26
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Default Re: I solved GTX280 overheating issue

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Originally Posted by Shocky View Post
It's nothing to do with airflow, when mine hit 105C when I first bought the card the case was open and the room was cool, since then it's been fine though, running much cooler in a closed case with higher ambient temps.

It's more likely the prolblem just solved itself, like it did with me.
Luckily i never let card to reach 105C neither i have seen artifacts.

Not sure how the hell the thing can fix itself. I didn't lose any performance though.

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Originally Posted by DRen72 View Post
Just curious, where on Earth do you live?
It's not that hot outside but my room is little, and i have no air, also it's really dry here and computer itself heats up the room. Airflow in apartment is so bad that opening window in my room and in the room next to it doesn't help a lot. Right now it's 80F outside. It can reach up to 104F during the Summer or -40F in Winter time.

Now, what State in US has such extreme temperature?

Room temperature doesn't affect you components, we are talking about 1-3C at most.
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