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amirzubair80
12-21-2014, 02:32 PM
Guys what are your average gpu temp while gaming?

Darnassus
12-22-2014, 05:26 PM
Depends for each user, ambient temperature plays a role in this.. especially the game used and if they're crazy like me to have disassembled and repasted all 38 chips inside!

For me, I get around 72-75*C max. On average, people should get 78-80*C.. some 82*C. on the heaviest of sessions.

Don't forget the components can operate fine up to 100*C.. of course uncomfortably.

nazgullz
12-22-2014, 08:14 PM
ill write only my stress temps: gpu-78-83c(now in the winter) and up to 86c in the summer, cpu-72-73c max

amirzubair80
12-23-2014, 02:46 AM
Coz i was playing crysis at max resolution and almost all high details and some are very high, my gpu was reaching upto 85C with room temp upto 23C

gazzacbr
12-23-2014, 11:32 AM
...For me, I get around 72-75*C max...

+1 here on Far Cry 4 on G750JX. doesnt change even after several hours.
85C does sound a bit high in that room temp but not dangerous.

check fan intake and exit vents are clear.
graphic driver etc are all up to date?

otherwise, not much you can do if you want to keep your warranty except return it for testing.
out of warranty you could dismantle and re-paste the GPU/CPU.

amirzubair80
12-23-2014, 12:51 PM
I am currently Playing Evil Within at max settings and temp stays at 70c.

GottiBoi55
12-25-2014, 02:44 PM
I been playing Far Cry 4, and my average temps been around 68-72c.
Anyone try the new Geforce games ready driver release 347.09 (12-23-14)?
I been playing Far Cry 4 for hours without a problem, and running seamlessly.

sasuke256
12-25-2014, 04:16 PM
44643
3 Hours of Ryse son of Rome.. GPU OC and CPU UVolted -80mV..

amirzubair80
12-25-2014, 06:19 PM
I been playing Far Cry 4, and my average temps been around 68-72c.
Anyone try the new Geforce games ready driver release 347.09 (12-23-14)?
I been playing Far Cry 4 for hours without a problem, and running seamlessly.

great u are telling about after updating nvidia drivers?

amirzubair80
12-25-2014, 06:20 PM
44643
3 Hours of Ryse son of Rome.. GPU OC and CPU UVolted -80mV..

nice

GottiBoi55
12-25-2014, 08:55 PM
great u are telling about after updating nvidia drivers?

Yes that's after the new driver update.

amirzubair80
12-26-2014, 05:43 AM
nice

brinchn27
12-29-2014, 03:10 AM
3ds Max + Vray....rendering typically hits up to 83/84 but goes back down after the render is done back to 48-50. Still works great.

amirzubair80
01-04-2015, 01:40 PM
3ds Max + Vray....rendering typically hits up to 83/84 but goes back down after the render is done back to 48-50. Still works great.

nice

hmscott
01-04-2015, 08:23 PM
3ds Max + Vray....rendering typically hits up to 83/84 but goes back down after the render is done back to 48-50. Still works great.

brinchn27, is that at stock GPU/memory speeds? Or is that at OC speeds? If not, give it a try, I found OC'ing reduced run times enough to increase daily turnover.

brinchn27
01-07-2015, 08:26 AM
Sorry hmscott, dont quite follow.....

but the 83 and 84 temperature is reflected in RealTemp with NO GPU Tweak Fan turned on. If I do turn on the GPU Tweak Fan the numbers dwindle down to about 76.

Renders are typically done in medium resolution which is 1920 x 1080. Longest render time for an interior architecture shot was about 3 hours. So i have not exactly tested super high quality complex renders with a million different reflective and refractive surfaces which would probably take 24+hours.

brinchn27
01-07-2015, 08:32 AM
brinchn27, is that at stock GPU/memory speeds? Or is that at OC speeds? If not, give it a try, I found OC'ing reduced run times enough to increase daily turnover.

Sorry bud, I really dont understand the technical jargon...I want to give you an answer because you have been so helpful in the past but what do you mean by "reduced run times" and "daily turnover"?

Akash22
01-07-2015, 12:24 PM
GPU-
Before I used to get avg. temp around 78C-79C... (max going to 83C) while playing games like ryse, crysis3,mordor etc...
but now i control my cpu and gpu fan by NBFC, i keep my fans at 62.5% to 75% while gaming and I now get avg. temp of 70C!
CPU-
Before for the same scenario it went upto 90C (avg 80).
after NBFC, It averages around 72C-75C (max 83C)

ambient temp is around 22C-24C.
Nvidia 347.09 drivers
G750JX-CV069P

hmscott
01-07-2015, 06:01 PM
Sorry bud, I really dont understand the technical jargon...I want to give you an answer because you have been so helpful in the past but what do you mean by "reduced run times" and "daily turnover"?

brinchn27, sorry, I guess those phrases don't translate exactly, but when I define them I think they will apply :)

"reduced run times" - improve performance of the CPU/GPU and Windows / Application performance such that the time it takes to do a "render" is shortened - hopefully by a considerable length of time. I would think that at least 10% would be helpful.

"daily turnover" - number of times in a day you can complete a "render" "task/job/sequence". Before improving performance you could do 10 "render jobs", now you can do 11 "render jobs" in a day, 30 more render jobs in a month, 365 more render jobs in a year - all because you improved the "render time" by "reducing" the time it took to complete the "render" job by 10%.

Setting the CPU core/cache multipliers to the maximum settings with Intel XTU and increasing the GPU frequency +135 and the GPU by +??? you have a 10% improvement in "render run time" by 10%.

Here is the sentence again:

"brinchn27, is that at stock GPU/memory speeds? Or is that at OC speeds? If not, give it a try, I found OC'ing reduced run times enough to increase daily turnover. " ... by at least 10%."

OC'ing = overclocking = slang for setting the frequency of the CPU/GPU clocks higher to allow them to complete more tasks per second.

kobby2k6
01-07-2015, 09:43 PM
I have the G750JM and max GPU Temp is 74 C, I have had mine since June 2014. I play games like NBA 2k15, ACU, Far Cry 4, Metal Gear Ground Zeroes, WatchDogs, Evil Within. etc..

brinchn27
01-08-2015, 01:48 AM
Understood. My GPU Tweak for the G750JS is always left on and enabled to 135. However I have not tampered with any external OC'ing programs to increase it above 135. However, I may give that a try.

Kelusion
01-09-2015, 09:09 AM
I have played alot of games this time around, Far Cry 4, MGSV Ground Zeroes, Lords of the Fallen, Assassins Creed Unity, COD Advanced Warfare, Dragon Age Inquisition, alot more during all those sessions, min 58C - max 78C.

amirzubair80
01-10-2015, 09:55 AM
GPU-
Before I used to get avg. temp around 78C-79C... (max going to 83C) while playing games like ryse, crysis3,mordor etc...
but now i control my cpu and gpu fan by NBFC, i keep my fans at 62.5% to 75% while gaming and I now get avg. temp of 70C!
CPU-
Before for the same scenario it went upto 90C (avg 80).
after NBFC, It averages around 72C-75C (max 83C)

ambient temp is around 22C-24C.
Nvidia 347.09 drivers
G750JX-CV069P

Which profile are u using for NBFC? can you tell me how to setup?

amirzubair80
01-10-2015, 09:56 AM
Hi guys is it safe to overclock a gpu and run fans at full speed using gpu tweak for laptops?

sasuke256
01-11-2015, 06:47 PM
full speed fan is useless, The laptop knows when it must bump up the fan speed :)

amirzubair80
01-15-2015, 03:35 AM
but playing crysis the temp reaches upto 85C. and fan is not running in that capacity to cool it down.