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Old 01-30-09, 01:53 PM   #13
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Default Re: GTX 285 96C in Furmark okey ?

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According to comments furmark is to extreme and no game will ever torture your card like that... so nothing to worry about , just don't play furmark all day



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I agree.

Just don't use Furmark.

It kills.
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Old 01-30-09, 01:56 PM   #14
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I get these temps just after a few minutes, very extreme hehe
Now I see it's at 94c with everything default on my GTX 285 so it cant be good at all!
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Old 01-30-09, 01:59 PM   #15
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10mins put me @ 74C @ 1920x1200 with 16x CSAA. That's 70% fan speed 711|2300 1500. I'll run it for a half hour and report back.
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Old 01-30-09, 02:00 PM   #16
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Old 01-30-09, 02:03 PM   #17
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10mins put me @ 74C @ 1920x1200 with 16x CSAA. That's 70% fan speed 711|2300 1500. I'll run it for a half hour and report back.
Aah okey that dont seem to extreme and the fan at only 70%, mine went up to 100% directly!

Yepp looking forward to hear what you get
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Old 01-30-09, 02:33 PM   #18
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Ok exactly one half hour of Furmark's stability test had me just hit 76C. Again, that was done @ 1920x1200 16x CSAA 70% fan speed in a closed TJ10 case. System fans are @ low. Card was clocked @ 711|2300 1500.

I'll try it again later with 80% fan speed. If this were a game we were talking about I'd definitely kick up the fan speed. I don't like to be higher than 70C.

EDIT: 20mins as above with 80% fan speed = 70C exactly.
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Old 01-30-09, 03:06 PM   #19
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I agree.

Just don't use Furmark.

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Ok exactly one half hour of Furmark's stability test had me just hit 76C. Again, that was done @ 1920x1200 16x CSAA 70% fan speed in a closed TJ10 case. System fans are @ low. Card was clocked @ 711|2300 1500.

I'll try it again later with 80% fan speed. If this were a game we were talking about I'd definitely kick up the fan speed. I don't like to be higher than 70C.

EDIT: 20mins as above with 80% fan speed = 70C exactly.
Allright then it sounds like I may have some serious problems or its is just the damn P182 case hehe.

Will get a fan infront of it and see if it helps or else I will get a better case, I really hate it annyway. so little space there is to do annything in it. and to work with the modular cables in this case is a nigthmare!

Great temps you have there and thanks a lot that you took the time checking this out Backlash very appritiated
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Allright then it sounds like I may have some serious problems or its is just the damn P182 case hehe.

Will get a fan infront of it and see if it helps or else I will get a better case, I really hate it annyway. so little space there is to do annything in it. and to work with the modular cables in this case is a nigthmare!

Great temps you have there and thanks a lot that you took the time checking this out Backlash very appritiated
NP. Good luck getting it worked out. IMO that card shouldn't be loading that high. I just played an hour of AoC @ 1920x and only hit 57C.

You may want to try it with the side of your case off just to see what the difference would be. If there is more than a 5C drop it very well could be poor air flow, if not, card's probably got an issue.

It would also be helpful if we could get some 285 users results here too. DH reported some overclocked 285 results below-

http://www.driverheaven.net/reviews....=711&pageid=22
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Everyone should make sure to use same version of Furmark when comparing results, latest is 1.6.0 with Stability Test + Xtreme Burning Mode selected, old furmark doesn't stress so much.
And you can't compare game temps to furmark its different beast
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Good catch. I was using the older version.

I tried it again with the latest version (1.6.0); 16xAA 1920x1200, stability test + Xtreme burning mode. With the card @ 711|2300 1500 80% fan speed I saw a 73C max during 30mins. During the final 6mins the card temp actually fell to 72C. That's closed TJ10 case with system fans on low.
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NP. Good luck getting it worked out. IMO that card shouldn't be loading that high. I just played an hour of AoC @ 1920x and only hit 57C.

You may want to try it with the side of your case off just to see what the difference would be. If there is more than a 5C drop it very well could be poor air flow, if not, card's probably got an issue.

It would also be helpful if we could get some 285 users results here too. DH reported some overclocked 285 results below-

http://www.driverheaven.net/reviews....=711&pageid=22

True it seems way high as in gaming I hit 86C with the card at default that's crazy.

Good Idea will check with the sides off. heres hoping it's not the card. I allready start checking for a new case as I said I hate the P182 annyway. must have a bigger and better one

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