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During games graphic cards have got the highest temperatures. Could you give me temperatures yours GPU during a game. Please write: what GPU and what temperature.

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everyone's temps. are going to be different. Even the same GPU on the same system will vary quite a lot.

8600 GT

- 75 Oc (gaming)

- 55-65 (idle)

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^^How did you get your temps down so much. I remember you quoting your temps in the past at the above 90C range when overclocked.

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During games graphic cards have got the highest temperatures. Could you give me temperatures yours GPU during a game. Please write: what GPU and what temperature.

laptop: Asus G50V

GPU: 9700m GT

Driver: 175.80 vista x64

Idle temp: 59-61 (celcius)

gaming temp: 79-81 (celcius)

is it too hot?

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Just fine. :)

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8600GT 256Mb DDR2

Non-OC

Idles at 54C-58C

Gaming hits up to 85C

How do you do it wook? :)

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Probably replaced thermal paste and/or using cooling pad.

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^^How did you get your temps down so much. I remember you quoting your temps in the past at the above 90C range when overclocked.

he got his mobo replaced for free by dell because of the G84M and G86M faulty gfx cards...

i think ima do the same soon just gotta get the patience to sit on the phone with dell tech support :/ lol

idle: 57-66c overclocked (average 63c)

gaming: 86-93c overclocked (average 88c)

this is with replaced thermal paste and a lappy cooler too...

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I wish you luck with your chat with the robots, err.. I mean the fine members of dell tech support.

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I wish you luck with your chat with the robots, err.. I mean the fine members of dell tech support.

hahaha thank you!

my motivation will be having my temps under 80c overclocked :)

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So that hot temperatures graphic cards are normal, ufff..... , at my room is 23 c (!!) when I have opened a window.

notebook: Samsung R560

idle: 46 c

gaming: 76 c

76-46 = 30 c different !!

Now it is autumn and it is cold so I thought that hot temperatures are strange. In summer I will have higher temperature GPU. But as I can see it is normal in notebooks.

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haha... yep thats correct!

My laptop cooler just sits net to my desk now.. waste of money.. (well in saying that it does reduce temp by 2-4 O)

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to anyone that hitting above the mid 80's i recomend getting your warantee out and call tech support to log a motherboard replacement. those chips (GPU) are just pathetic.. I though my system was just born to run at 88-90 Oc until i had it repaced.

New ones are so much better. It is most certianly like the enquirer stated..

It seems the 92 and 94's are also failing.

http://www.techspot.com/news/31208-nvidia-...ailing-too.html

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to anyone that hitting above the mid 80's i recomend getting your warantee out and call tech support to log a motherboard replacement. those chips (GPU) are just pathetic.. I though my system was just born to run at 88-90 Oc until i had it repaced.

New ones are so much better. It is most certianly like the enquirer stated..

It seems the 92 and 94's are also failing.

http://www.techspot.com/news/31208-nvidia-...ailing-too.html

Hi I called the tech support!

They gonna replace following:

F125F ASSEMBLY..., PRINTED WIRING ASSY..., PLANAR (MOTHERBOARD)..., DISCRETE..., 256M, M1530 1

TN954 SERVICE KIT..., PROCESSOR..., T7250, 2.0, 2MB, CMER, M0 1

XR216 ASSEMBLY..., HEATSINK..., NOTEBOOK..., MEROM, M1530 1

Is this enough? It will fix my high temp problem? Wook same replacements?

greetz

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GeForce 7000M

350MHz o/c to 530MHz

idle 60'c to 65'c

fully loaded 87'c

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Hi I called the tech support!

They gonna replace following:

F125F ASSEMBLY..., PRINTED WIRING ASSY..., PLANAR (MOTHERBOARD)..., DISCRETE..., 256M, M1530 1

TN954 SERVICE KIT..., PROCESSOR..., T7250, 2.0, 2MB, CMER, M0 1

XR216 ASSEMBLY..., HEATSINK..., NOTEBOOK..., MEROM, M1530 1

Is this enough? It will fix my high temp problem? Wook same replacements?

greetz

Wook ?

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sorry mate was lecturing all day...

Yeah that all sounds good. Motherboard with discrete(intergrated GFX) service kit (thermal pad) heatsink and fan combo, they are even replacing your processor. Impressive!

Mine was the same, except they didnt replace the processor.

Check the packaging of the motherboard for a version number and post it when you get it. will be able to tell if its the same, or a reburbished unit with a different GPU version.

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sorry mate was lecturing all day...

Yeah that all sounds good. Motherboard with discrete(intergrated GFX) service kit (thermal pad) heatsink and fan combo, they are even replacing your processor. Impressive!

Mine was the same, except they didnt replace the processor.

Check the packaging of the motherboard for a version number and post it when you get it. will be able to tell if its the same, or a reburbished unit with a different GPU version.

ok np ! Lecturing must be done :) !

Euhm thx for answer, I will ask after the version number! How does it look like? Possible to find it in bios? or you really have to read it on the motherboard!?

thx in advance

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umm... yeah you can. But on the box it will have a white sticker with a serial number on it. That?s all u need.

That will confirm that you have the new GPU version.

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umm... yeah you can. But on the box it will have a white sticker with a serial number on it. That?s all u need.

That will confirm that you have the new GPU version.

Version A01? Possible

+ edit: seems like it deleted my powerpizer registry keys, pretty strange :) , now it runs @ full clock speed! Normal?

did a 3dmark test, yesterday I was gettings temps of 80to 93c

Now the highest was 79, was good!

--> And is the A01 version the right one?

greetz

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Reinstalled new driver etc ...

Now the registry settings are back, see what it does!

Wook you confirm version number?

greetz

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it looks like it is. but A01 is not the serial. should be about 9 characters long. It will say:

"S/N: 4377****"

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it looks like it is. but A01 is not the serial. should be about 9 characters long. It will say:

"S/N: 4377****"

Mmm didn't saw that! But something with the F125F possible?

Other method to see if I got the new gpu! In gpu-z it says GPU version A02

DOn't know if it helps!

greetz

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