Question My XFX RX 5700 reaches max core temps of 82c and junction temps of 110c. Will this significantly decrease the lifespan of my card?

_danielpwils01

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I've got the card overclocked to 2000Mhz, undervolted to 1.12v. The card reaches max temps of 82c core temperature and 110c junction. I know technically this is within the normal operating range for a 5700, but still definitely warm. What do you guys think?
 

_danielpwils01

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Core temp is okau. Junction temps are not. It is likely throttling at 110c.


also 1.12v isnt really an undervolt. From what i recall my rx5700 was ~1.1v stock.

What does the card hit at stock settings?
Well the XFX 5700 DD ULTRA ver. 2.1 came with an unlocked BIOS, so the card is supposed to only boost up to 1760Mhz. Since I have the first version with the unlocked BIOS, it boosts up to like 1900Mhz out of the box. I just upped it a bit more. At those settings the card runs around 75c with junction hitting around 95c, but clocks were always unstable.

I finally realized I had never touched the power slider, so I maxed it out. Now it clocks at a rock solid 1960Mhz during games, but the temperatures also dramatically increased.
 

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