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dblkk
07-02-2014, 03:31 PM
What are your idle and/or especially gaming/full load gpu temps? And fan speeds while full load?

zinca
07-02-2014, 04:46 PM
well, try to tell your intentions

dblkk
07-02-2014, 06:16 PM
To compare with temp loads against 860m, 870m in rog jm and js series, as well as to compare against msi gt70/60, msi gs 60/70 with 870m, with 880m and alienware 17 880m models. Cant find anybody with a sager.

Trying to put all performance, price, temps, fan noise, build quality, features, and all from my past experiences, and then gain some other unknown elements.

But I take it you don't have a jh or jz? As if you did, my question was pretty straight forward. I want to know gpu temps on the 880m, as well as the 780m to compare between the new overclocked 780m rebranded 880m.

Also, if basing on game, could you include game? I know some like titanfall run way harder/hotter than a game like borderlands 2, but at same time titanfall vs crisis would also be difference as titanfall limits to 60fps, and what settings your on also.

dne0gen
07-02-2014, 06:33 PM
I own the JZ model and while gaming ( Watch dogs ) it doesn't pass 60 degrees celsius and fan speed goes to around 2700 RPM.

dblkk
07-02-2014, 06:42 PM
gpu doesn't go above 60?

dblkk
07-02-2014, 06:53 PM
I own the JZ model and while gaming ( Watch dogs ) it doesn't pass 60 degrees celsius and fan speed goes to around 2700 RPM.

That's exceptional cooling, what cooling pad do you use?

dblkk
07-02-2014, 06:55 PM
My JM 860m model was my coolest temp and that was 70-80c, My JS model with 870m stayed in the 80-85c range. But your beast of a graphics card consuming more wattage and putting out more heat than 860m or 870m can run 20c cooler, I want that cooling pad!

dblkk
07-02-2014, 07:02 PM
Nevermind, that must be your idle temps then? As your gpu is running at th elowest gaming temps ive even seen for the new 800 series, and your fan speed is just over idle as well.

dblkk
07-02-2014, 07:12 PM
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As you can see, just running a benchmark (now yes I know this isn't the same as gaming but gpu wise should be close since the gpu is made to run as fast as it can while gaming and should be within 5c) my max gtx 870m temps are 87c. And fan speed idle is 2200rpm, gaming without turning on max fans is 4600 rpm, max fans says 25500 rpm but don't believe that.

So I really don't understand how you can have a more power hungry graphics card, and run it over 25c cooler than mine, and have your fans at just above stock levels.

Could you please clarify?

dne0gen
07-02-2014, 07:59 PM
Well I don't use any cooling pad right now, even tho I have one. I really can't tell you how it is done. Maybe my game is not so gpu demanding as the benchmark test? Also, I have everything set on high performance and nvidia settings are on performance as well. Sometimes when I am playing different games the laptop is so cold that I need to take of my hand for a second. When I had my old laptop it was the same, but the only difference was that it was too hot not too cold :D
But other than that I really have no idea, maybe I should do a benchmark test?

dblkk
07-02-2014, 08:33 PM
You don't need to do a benchmark, too cold is not bad.

But theres no way your game settings are maxed or optimized for your card. Your temps are lower than the slower 860m, and your fans are just about stock idle. When gaming, your gpu should be 70-85c, and your fans should be around 4000 rpm to keep up. The 880m is no joke, its powerful, and requires power to do so. Power equals heat.

http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?48122-G750JZ-GPU-overheat/page2

http://rog.asus.com/forum/showthread.php?46528-whats-a-safe-gpu-temperature/page2

dug up these old forums. Got my questions answered.

dne0gen
07-02-2014, 08:34 PM
Ok so after I did a 15 minute FurMark test I got 74C max, but I notice that on your screenshot it is max 22 fps on an older video card. For some reason I get FPS: min:12, max:14,avg:12. How come?

dblkk
07-02-2014, 10:21 PM
So, are you sure you have a JZ model with 880m?

Everything your saying could somewhat be explained if you have the JM model with 860m.

Did you spend $2500-3000 USD on your laptop, or around $1300?

dne0gen
07-02-2014, 11:48 PM
Dude I have the JZ I am not new to this kind of stuff. I spent 1.5k euro to be exact (excluding the SSD), and yes it has the latest nvidia 880m.

dblkk
07-03-2014, 12:05 AM
Dude I have the JZ I am not new to this kind of stuff. I spent 1.5k euro to be exact (excluding the SSD), and yes it has the latest nvidia 880m.

dude, just asking, your benchmark and temps don't seem to show it, so was just wondering

did you follow the links I showed? it has 780m and 880m Asus notebooks with screen shots of furmark, temps 80-85c full fan speed and way higher frames than yours

dne0gen
07-03-2014, 12:44 AM
Yea I saw them and I can't explain it to myself why I am I having such low frames...

dblkk
07-03-2014, 02:11 AM
well if you take into account low frames, throw in low heat and low fans. Only explination is that your gtx 880m isn't running even remotely close to where it should. So if I were you, id start a new thread and figure out whats gong on, because id be personally upset if I bought a $2500 laptop and its performance is on par with a $1300 laptop

dne0gen
07-03-2014, 02:45 AM
I will take your advice. After I get some sleep I'm gonna read a little more about these stress tests, cuz honestly I haven't really done a lot of them. Or maybe you could tell me what I need to do in order to see what my temperatures and frames really are(preferably explain like you would to a newbie).
I know I need the FurMark and what else? And what else settings should I use when stress testing it. I'd appreciate it if you tell me, of course if you would be so kind. Otherwise I will search the web for answers, but you could save me some time and headaches. After I'm done with that I will see if I really need to make a new thread or I am just doing something wrong and telling you wrong temperatures and frames. :)

tru.kirby
07-03-2014, 07:36 AM
I have the JZ. 32-42C idle, no Fan and 60-68C OC'd, Fan on and using the latest Nvidia beta drivers while playing titanfall at max settings and not dropping bellow 60 fps. Never had it go past 70C unless benchmarking and even then it was only 78C. Can't OC as hard with the beta drivers and keep it stable.

dne0gen
07-03-2014, 10:10 AM
I have the JZ. 32-42C idle, no Fan and 60-68C OC'd, Fan on and using the latest Nvidia beta drivers while playing titanfall at max settings and not dropping bellow 60 fps. Never had it go past 70C unless benchmarking and even then it was only 78C. Can't OC as hard with the beta drivers and keep it stable.
So you are saying that these temperatures are normal for the JZ?

tru.kirby
07-03-2014, 10:22 AM
I would assume so. I haven't had a single issue with my JZ as far as software and hardware are concerned. I've been pushing it as hard as I can (Without editing the bios). Even ran the BFH Beta on medium at 4k smooth as silk. Everyone will have a slightly different experience but it shouldn't differ by much.

Edit: on a side note it's winter at the moment where I live and quite cold. It's possible during summer my temps may rise a few degrees.

dne0gen
07-03-2014, 10:32 AM
Have you tried Watch dogs or AC Black Flag? What fps do you get on these games when maxing them out?

tru.kirby
07-03-2014, 11:15 AM
Sorry man, can't help you there. I wont be getting any of those games.