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Gigabyte R9 280x idle temp 60C?

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Old 17-12-2014
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Gigabyte R9 280x idle temp 60C?
  

I just recently got a new Gigabyte R9 280x graphics card and when I booted my pc with this card for the first time then the temp was showing at 36C only. But after playing some games like Assassin's Creed Unity and Far Cry 4, then the video card temp stays at 60C and will not cool down as well. This same thing was happening with my old card as well, therefore I bought this new card and now am facing this same problem. Can anyone tell me how do I solve this issue? Thanks

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Re: Gigabyte R9 280x idle temp 60C?

Well, your Gigabyte R9 280x is actually running at a moderate temp at load and it is just fine. Usually, if you will check on many website then you will find that the average temperature of your video card is 75C under load. You can even check on the official statement of AMD website that your graphics card can run at a temperature till 90C at load and 60C is very normal for your video card. Hope this helps you out.
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