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SkyXero

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I have a GTX 970 that is 63 Degrees Celsius on idle, everything else like the CPU (FX-6300) is around 29 Degrees.

Is there something I should check inside my case or do I need to do some configuring on some softwares?


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I have a GTX 970 that is 63 Degrees Celsius on idle, everything else like the CPU (FX-6300) is around 29 Degrees.

Is there something I should check inside my case or do I need to do some configuring on some softwares?

 

63 degrees is fine for GPU's if it starts to crawl up to 80 degrees then that's when you would start to worry. Have you overclocked your system though?


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I only overclocked my CPU to 3.8 GHZ. If you want a specific model of the GPU it is an EVGA GTX 970 SSC ACX 2.0+

It also has a backplate just to say.


Edited by SkyXero, 11 May 2016 - 12:22 PM.

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Sorry for the late reply I had a few things to do. Yes it's possible that GPU's get that hotm but I think that it's an okay temperature at the moment.


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