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Windows 7: [Monitor] Is this normal?

10 May 2011   #11

Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate: x64 (SP1)

Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by stormy13 View Post
Looking at that picture you posted, definitely make sure that all the screws are tight. With using the DVI-VGA adapter that just makes one more connection and 2 more screws to check. Also make sure there is nothing pushing down on either monitor cable that could cause tension in the DVI port on the video card.

As for the temperature, if that is the idle temp then it is OK. Also depends on how clean the fan and heatsink on the card are and what kind of aiflow there is through the case. The important temperature to watch for is what it gets up to when there is a load on the card from a game or something.
I see, and ah, I have two brand new fans on my table right here. So if it's going to like 80C (which I don't think is going to happen) then i'll install them.

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11 May 2011   #12

Microsoft Windows 7 Ultimate: x64 (SP1)


I booted up my computer, and immediately ran the SpeedFan. The GPU was on like 41-42C and I could just watch it go up all the way to 51-54C .. Is it normal that it's developing the temperature that fast?
Or does it depends on how cold/warm the room is when the computer is on shutdown?

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11 May 2011   #13
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Win 7 Ultimate x64

Yes it is normal for it to go up like that after turning the computer on. It goes from whatever the room temperature is up to its idle operating temperature.

Also stop worrying about the idle temp, which is OK. The temperature to worry about is what it gets to when you play a game or something.
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