So I built my first PC yesterday and just have a couple of questions about the heat that my GPU is delivering. I have a EVGA GTX 960 SC 2GB (http://www.evga.com/Products/Product.aspx?pn=02G-P4-2962-KR) and while playing CS:GO/Battlefield 4 the card got a max heat of 79 degrees celsius. Is this normal or not? And if it's not what can I do to fix it?
Considering mine regularly hits and stays at 110C I think under 80 should be ok. I have a AMD ATI Radeon HD 4800 and the fans are only on 80% at 105C on default. Obviously I turned them to 100% manually whenever it gets that high.
80c or under is usually my preferred temps under load. Once it starts hitting the 90's, I'd start to feel uncomfortable (though technically, safe)
Are these temps good?
Fan #1 1412RPM (good?)
Fan #5 619RPM (good?)
Also in bios I put cpu fan to normal & other fans to silence. (I have 3 case fans)
CPU FAN ( Cooler Master Hyper 212 EVO)
ASUS GTX 1070
GPU Temp- 41c
[is this fan speed okay ( I don't know how to change it btw)
41C is perfectly safe an surprisingly low. My GTX 1070 is running at 82C (literally double yours) during heavy gaming, and it isn't dead yet
(i have left auto fan control enabled, changing it is done thru Geforce Experience dashboard I believe?)
that CPU is also very cool, is that under high load or under normal gaming? Mine tends to idle at 45-50C and peak at 60-70 under heavy loads (using a water-cooling system, running i7 4790, ambient air is pretty hot in my office)