|The climate is all over the place these days. Infact, it even rained a bit yesterday. The weather has become unpredictable and will never be the same again.|
I know that the room temperature plays an important role in the gpu temperature. I had got my card about a month ago, and then the gpu idle temperature was 56C.
However, these days the gpu Idle temperature is always 59-60.
The only reason is because we have moved out of the rainy season. It is supposed to be cold, but some days are still very hot.
Talking to people in India, they all say that gpu idle temperatures of 60C are very normal. However, some people from usa and europe would find this very high and would spend some money buying some expensive cooling.
BTW, what is the "threshold gpu temperature". Mine is 125C. Does it mean that I can safely run my card upto 25C and i will suffer no long-term damage? The card never crosses 75C during gaming.
Heropsycho, November to Feb is supposed to be the winter over here. But it is anything but winter, I rained yesterday and is cloudy today, but still humid and sultry.
The climate of the world has changed for ever, and it is all haphazard.