GPU Temperature

Nvidia / Geforce 9100
December 30, 2009 at 02:40:09
Specs: Windows Vista 64 Bit
Ok so i run a HP Pavillion A6720F. I, among others I came across, had overheating problems that we didnt know about. Well I came across the solution that it was dust and to clean it. Well I cleaned it about as much as detaching the fan with the cord still in and spraying office duster everywhere could do(on the fans). So anyway I was at 110 Degrees C before this. After, I got to 68-69C being Idle. When in game I got from 82-85C. Is this bad or overheating?

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#1
December 30, 2009 at 03:59:50
wuts ur graphics card name dude if it was a 9100 geforce its an integrated graph card than no need to post cz that card sux badddd and those temps are not bad 82-85C are not bad but could become overheated again
anyways no need for this man tell me wut card u have

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#2
December 30, 2009 at 04:00:40
Gpu temp?What is the name of your graphic card?

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#3
December 30, 2009 at 05:15:10
*Most* GPUs have a max temp rating of about 125C. 110C is a little too close for comfort, but the 80's *should* be OK. It would help to know which card you have, if you have a card at all. As toxict51 pointed out, the Geforce 9100 is integrated graphics & not very suitable for gaming. Your board has a PCIe x16 slot, I suggest you take advantage of it. A Radeon HD 4670 would be the best card for your system. It's a decent performing gaming card with low power requirements & won't force you to upgrade the power supply.

http://h10025.www1.hp.com/ewfrf/wc/...


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#4
December 30, 2009 at 05:56:00
yh jam makes complete sense if u look to game look forward to the card he suggested
it has amzing prformance for gaming
and it allws u to play all games on high settings and good resolution

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