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Old 08-14-12, 09:04 AM   #1
gregfr
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Default Integrated geforce 8300 high in temperature

Hello community

I've set up an Asus M4N78 pro motherboard with integrated geforce 8300.

I started up a few minutes and the GPU temperature is already 62C (idle). The room is 24C and the CPU is 32C.

Is it normal to have such a high temperature ? I'm afraid to keep the computer on like this

TIA

Code:
==============NVSMI LOG==============

Timestamp                       : Tue Aug 14 15:58:02 2012

Driver Version                  : 295.49

Attached GPUs                   : 1

GPU 0000:02:00.0
    Product Name                : GeForce 8300
    Display Mode                : N/A
    Persistence Mode            : Disabled
    Driver Model
        Current                 : N/A
        Pending                 : N/A
    Serial Number               : N/A
    GPU UUID                    : N/A
    VBIOS Version               : 62.77.36.00.00
    Inforom Version
        OEM Object              : N/A
        ECC Object              : N/A
        Power Management Object : N/A
    PCI
        Bus                     : 0x02
        Device                  : 0x00
        Domain                  : 0x0000
        Device Id               : 0x084810DE
        Bus Id                  : 0000:02:00.0
        Sub System Id           : 0x82E21043
        GPU Link Info
            PCIe Generation
                Max             : N/A
                Current         : N/A
            Link Width
                Max             : N/A
                Current         : N/A
    Fan Speed                   : N/A
    Performance State           : N/A
    Memory Usage
        Total                   : 125 MB
        Used                    : 106 MB
        Free                    : 19 MB
    Compute Mode                : Default
    Utilization
        Gpu                     : N/A
        Memory                  : N/A
    Ecc Mode
        Current                 : N/A
        Pending                 : N/A
    ECC Errors
        Volatile
            Single Bit            
                Device Memory   : N/A
                Register File   : N/A
                L1 Cache        : N/A
                L2 Cache        : N/A
                Total           : N/A
            Double Bit            
                Device Memory   : N/A
                Register File   : N/A
                L1 Cache        : N/A
                L2 Cache        : N/A
                Total           : N/A
        Aggregate
            Single Bit            
                Device Memory   : N/A
                Register File   : N/A
                L1 Cache        : N/A
                L2 Cache        : N/A
                Total           : N/A
            Double Bit            
                Device Memory   : N/A
                Register File   : N/A
                L1 Cache        : N/A
                L2 Cache        : N/A
                Total           : N/A
    Temperature
        Gpu                     : 60 C
    Power Readings
        Power Management        : N/A
        Power Draw              : N/A
        Power Limit             : N/A
    Clocks
        Graphics                : N/A
        SM                      : N/A
        Memory                  : N/A
    Max Clocks
        Graphics                : N/A
        SM                      : N/A
        Memory                  : N/A
    Compute Processes           : Not Supported
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Old 08-14-12, 09:09 AM   #2
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Default Re: Integrated geforce 8300 high in temperature

I'm using the proprietary driver.
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Old 08-14-12, 10:36 AM   #3
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Default Re: Integrated geforce 8300 high in temperature

Your NVSMI LOG doesn't show any temperature readings, so I guess you have to show us

`nvclock -i` output or `nvidia-settings -q all | grep -i temp` output.

NVIDIA's GPUs can normally withstand temperatures up to 90C, so there's nothing to worry about. If you are still worried and if other drivers don't raise the temperature so high, please, check them first because from what you are saying it seems like you are not entirely sure if older drivers had the same issue.
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Old 08-15-12, 11:40 AM   #4
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Default Re: Integrated geforce 8300 high in temperature

Thanks for your answer.

I kinda solved the problem by using a PCI-e card, which seems to be steady at 45/46C.

I was worried because the temperature was rising, rising, rising... I shut down the computer at 64C after a few minutes from the boot. I was worried because it's integrated and I didn't want the MB to suffer.

I don't know about previous drivers, I'm using this old MB because mine has a default and should be shipped back to the manufacturer.

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Old 08-19-12, 01:07 PM   #5
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Default Re: Integrated geforce 8300 high in temperature

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Originally Posted by gregfr View Post
Thanks for your answer.

I kinda solved the problem by using a PCI-e card, which seems to be steady at 45/46C.

I was worried because the temperature was rising, rising, rising... I shut down the computer at 64C after a few minutes from the boot. I was worried because it's integrated and I didn't want the MB to suffer.

I don't know about previous drivers, I'm using this old MB because mine has a default and should be shipped back to the manufacturer.

greg
Those temperatures are quite normal for the 8200/8300 IGP's.
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