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Old 30th November, 2010, 06:16 AM
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GPU over heating

i am running a 450w psu, which is much less than my 670w.

I have noticed a great increase in my gpu temps, i have hit 112c in cd4.

i have quit playing my intensive games because of temp, 100+ is outrageouse if you aske me... i have a 3860agp
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