GeForce GTS 250
When I play any games or playing youtube's videos in full screen, it will be lag. I check the graphic card's temp. It's normally around 87-88 C. When i open any games, it raise up to over 105 C.

Is that normal?

OS: MS Windows 7 32 bit
CPU: Intel Core i5 750
RAM: 4GB
When I play any games or playing youtube's videos in full screen, it will be lag. I check the graphic card's temp. It's normally around 87-88 C. When i open any games, it raise up to over 105 C.



Is that normal?



OS: MS Windows 7 32 bit

CPU: Intel Core i5 750

RAM: 4GB

#1
Posted 10/07/2011 09:01 AM   
Farenheight? If celcius, definitely no, not normal.
Farenheight? If celcius, definitely no, not normal.

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#2
Posted 10/07/2011 12:35 PM   
Celcius, Is that the cooling part doesn't work properly?
Celcius, Is that the cooling part doesn't work properly?

#3
Posted 10/07/2011 01:14 PM   
If you are getting a temp of 105c you certainly need to look at the cooling solution on your card.
If you are getting a temp of 105c you certainly need to look at the cooling solution on your card.

#4
Posted 10/07/2011 01:37 PM   
Very few consumer grade video cards are designed to operate above 95 degrees celcius, most dual slot cards operate at around 60 to 70 degree's celcius when stressed. My geforce 250GTS video card is currently at 51 degrees celcius and I'm only looking at the desktop.
Very few consumer grade video cards are designed to operate above 95 degrees celcius, most dual slot cards operate at around 60 to 70 degree's celcius when stressed. My geforce 250GTS video card is currently at 51 degrees celcius and I'm only looking at the desktop.

Custom built PC | Intel Core i7 920 @ 2.66GHZ | ASUS P6T Motherboard | 6GB DDR3 1600 RAM | 2x 500GB SATA2 HDD's | Auzentech Forte S/C | Gainward Geforce GTX 560Ti "Phantom 2" 2048MB | Windows 7 Home Premium: Service Pack 1 - x64 | Thermaltake 750watt Toughpower Power Supply | Thermaltake Armor+ MX case.

#5
Posted 10/07/2011 02:25 PM   
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