HIGH vrm temp on x1950XT

Discussion in 'Videocards - AMD Radeon' started by ebdoradz, Sep 12, 2007.

  1. ebdoradz

    ebdoradz Member

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    evga 6800 128mb AGP
    I bought that sweet card a couple days ago and the VRM temps is always aroudn 58°C idle and does up to 70-75°C when gaming

    gpu idle around 45-47 and full laod 75-80

    the gpu temp are fine from what ive read but what about the VRM temp??
     
  2. vidra

    vidra Ancient Guru

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    I don't think your temperatures are something to worry about. However, if your VRM section does not have any heat sinks on it and if you are still worried, you could buy some cheap ones and stick them on.
     
  3. Jerms

    Jerms Member

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    How do I find my temperature readings. I'm new to the ATI cards, have owned Nvidia the past couple years. With Nvidia, it was in the drivers, but I cant find with ATI drivers. Is it a hardware compatibility? I also tried the ATI tools utility, but still couldn't find it. Thanks.
     
  4. MM-K

    MM-K Master Guru

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    Thats normal, on my x1900xtx I've seen the VRM as high as 83°c when running ATi Tool....it stresses the card a lot more than games. Normally it's in the 70's for me when playing games and I have a well vented case.

    It depends on your videocard. If it has a temp sensor you can download ATi Tool to monitor temps (great program btw).
     

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