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Why is my GPU getting hotter each day?


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#16 Chris Cosgrove

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Posted 25 April 2015 - 04:25 PM

The OP in this topic is Calusblade and he has had a fair amount of sensible advice so far. Like Jonuk76 I find a case temperature of 130oC a little difficult to believe, that would equate to a junction temperature (the actual piece of silicon inside the casing) of the better part of 200oC which would be heading for melting point.

 

However, while we are all entitled to our opinions, indeed our differing opinions, let us express them without heading into argumentative territory.

 

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