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Old 31st January, 2007, 10:09 PM
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Whats your 8800 temp

Hi guys

Just got an 8800GTX its running at 45-50 idle and 58ish underload (tested on 3Dmark06 and Rainbow6) Is this all ok??
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Old 1st February, 2007, 04:53 AM
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Mine idles at about 50 C and is at 70 C under load.

They do run hot.
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Old 1st February, 2007, 05:33 AM
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To put this into perspective, In Brisbane, Australia right now, we're hitting 35C during the day. The ambient temperature in the room I'm in now is 44C, the temperature in the server room at the hosting company I work at is 65C. You can't stand in there for more than a few minutes.

My offload GPU temperature on my 6800GT is 75C, load temperature is 105C. Its rock stable.

If your 88' is running that cool, I'd be completely happy with it.

Bloody poms complaining about the temperature. No wonder your cricket team can't play for love nor money in Australia. :P
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Old 1st February, 2007, 09:23 AM
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cheers guys just wanted to put my mind at rest.
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To put this into perspective, In Brisbane, Australia right now, we're hitting 35C during the day. The ambient temperature in the room I'm in now is 44C, the temperature in the server room at the hosting company I work at is 65C. You can't stand in there for more than a few minutes.

My offload GPU temperature on my 6800GT is 75C, load temperature is 105C. Its rock stable.

If your 88' is running that cool, I'd be completely happy with it.

Bloody poms complaining about the temperature. No wonder your cricket team can't play for love nor money in Australia. :P

living in temperatures that warm isnt a testament to the human spirit DSIO, its freaking stupid

j/k bud. right nows (without wind chill) its 8F, probably all applied somewhere around -2F easy, seeing as how we also have hurricane force winds coming from the north --- thanks canada!!
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To put this into perspective, In Brisbane, Australia right now, we're hitting 35C during the day. The ambient temperature in the room I'm in now is 44C, the temperature in the server room at the hosting company I work at is 65C. You can't stand in there for more than a few minutes.

My offload GPU temperature on my 6800GT is 75C, load temperature is 105C. Its rock stable.

If your 88' is running that cool, I'd be completely happy with it.

Bloody poms complaining about the temperature. No wonder your cricket team can't play for love nor money in Australia. :P
That's fighting talk from where i'm sat
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