[SOLVED] High temps with Zotac GTX 650 Ti Boost ?

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SenatorPC1989

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hi
when i test vga with furumark temp go to more than 90 degrees !
my system spec :
amd phenom ii x4 b65 3.4ghz
msi 970a-g45
2x4gb ddr3 1600mhz cl9
memonex 600w gaming
my case have 1 fan 120mm on back and 2 fan 120mm on CPu ( thermalright ultra 120 extreme)
when i open case door not a different !



and i have a new problem !
my old mainboard was asrock 870 extreme3 r2.0
in old mainboard my vga go to boost gpu clock
but in my new mainboard dont run in boost !
i must enable a thing in mainboard bios ?
max reach 74% fan speed !not more !

vga bios :
GPU Device Id: 0x10DE 0x11C2
Version: 80.06.59.00.11
GK106 P2030 SKU 12 VGA BIOS
Copyright (C) 1996-2013 NVIDIA Corp.
GK106 Board - 20300012
Connectors 1x DVI-D 1x DVI-I 1x DisplayPort 1x HDMI
Board power limit Target: 122.0 W Limit: 134.2 W Adj. Range: -53%, +10%
Fan Speed Min: 30% Max: 74%
Memory Support GDDR5, Hynix GDDR5, Samsung GDDR5, Elpida
Performance Level 0 Core Clk: 324.00 MHz Mem Clk: 162.00 MHz
Performance Level 1 Core Clk: 324.00 MHz Mem Clk: 405.00 MHz
Performance Level 2 Core Clk: 549.00 MHz Mem Clk: 1502.00 MHz
Performance Level 3 Core Clk: 549.00 MHz Mem Clk: 1502.00 MHz
Boost Clocks P0 Boost: 1058.50 MHz P0 Base: 993.00 MHz
 
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650 ti boost.. you need to replacee the thermal paste on the gpu, after this many years it's gone dry, you will always have high temps until you change it.

When replacing the motherboard did you reinstall windows? Youll need to do this every time you switch motherboards, even if it is the same motherboard. Some motherboards get revisions, some swap out monor parts with other brands or revisions to the parts. You should always do this.
650 ti boost.. you need to replacee the thermal paste on the gpu, after this many years it's gone dry, you will always have high temps until you change it.

When replacing the motherboard did you reinstall windows? Youll need to do this every time you switch motherboards, even if it is the same motherboard. Some motherboards get revisions, some swap out monor parts with other brands or revisions to the parts. You should always do this.
 
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