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wolf_walker wrote:But Sensors via the console does not list either the GPU temp or the hard drive temp, just CPU and Motherboard.
AlbertP wrote:wolf_walker wrote:But Sensors via the console does not list either the GPU temp or the hard drive temp, just CPU and Motherboard.
That's nothing special. The proprietary ATI driver does not expose it's temperature there and sensors-detect doesn't detect harddisks.
bigj231 wrote:70C for a CPU is bad. But this is a GPU. My 4870x2 IDLED at 70C. It regularly hit 90C in use. I modded the BIOS so now it idles at 45C and never exceeds 70C under load. That's something to consider, but it will completely void your warranty and has the possibility of bricking your card. I turned off all manual fan control now that the BIOS controls everything. GPU-Z still shows the fan stuck at 40%, but my ears tell me otherwise. Could you be having the same issue?
wolf_walker wrote:82C in moderate use testing and the fan did not kick up on it's own.
bigj231 wrote:Something's manually controlling the fan speed. Find that and turn it off.
AlbertP wrote:bigj231 wrote:Something's manually controlling the fan speed. Find that and turn it off.
I don't think so. It's probably rather a driver bug. The ATI/AMD proprietary driver is in use so you can't control the fan manually. Instead it would have to be configured through Catalyst Control Center. If possible at all.
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