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GPU + CPU Max Temps?

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by Jakesm20, Apr 15, 2012.

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  1. Jakesm20

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    hello, recently i've noticed my graphic cards temperature is getting slightly higher than usual. It's only about 2 months old (the card) i was just wondering if it's normal. As i've looked in several different places about what the allowed max temp is but i just find varied answers.

    The most demanding thing i do at the moment on my PC is play the witcher 2 on ultra settings (with uber sampling on) when i first got the card it would average the temp at about 75c now it averages abou 80c. this is while playing the game average standard temp is about 30c.

    what is the max temperature i should be allowing for this card? also what is the max for my CPU temp?

    -Asus GTX560 DUII Top
    -Intel i7 950 3.07ghz

    ive got smart doctor to monitor this stuff i just want to know when i should start getting concerned.

    thanks.
     
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