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HIS Radeon HD 6670

Discussion in 'Hardware' started by krystianb12, Dec 16, 2011.

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  1. krystianb12

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    I recently overclocked my Card, HIS Radeon HD 6670 From the default clock speed 800 Mhz to 900Mhz als the Memory From 1000 Mhz to 1150 Mhz, At 100% Load the temperature is hitting Around 75 Degrees so i wanted to ask if this temperature looks ok or is it too high. Also i wanted to know if there are any better programs that speedfan to control ordinary fans as my fan is really loud and everytime i have to go to speedfan to put it to 50% and i dont think i get the option to make it permanently so are there other programs that give that option?
     
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    The AMD drivers have a fan control option for some cards, I think MSI's Afterburner utility also does and it works on pretty much all cards: http://event.msi.com/vga/afterburner/download.htm

    75 degrees for a graphics card isn't bad at full load. But you don't wan to lower the fan speed so much that the temps get hotter as that will damage the card.
     
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    For the Fan i meant Case fans normal regular ones, not the GPu one as for the GPU fan i use The TriXX you can set it at different speeds for different temperatures which is great . So does anybody know of a better program than SpeedFan for normal case fans that would be great!
     
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    Have you checked your motherboard manufacturer's website for a utility? Most have a utility, Asus has one for pretty much all their boards.
     
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