4 Replies Latest reply on May 29, 2016 12:53 PM by tugrul_512bit

    Temperature limit for different nodes

    tugrul_512bit

      I have an old HD7870 which heats its gpu to 67°C, vram to 65°C and vrm to 75°C when playing dota-2(vulkan api) on maxed settings 1080p.

       

      Cooler fan gets so noisy I tune it down so it is not loud anymore but this time gpu reaches 75°C, vram reaches 72° and vrm reaches 82°C. It doesn't make any artifacts or similar side-effects but,

       

      If I completely stop all fans in computer case, how long could it withstand 95°C for all parts of graphics card? Is it safe for vrm at least? Or safe for gpu too?

       

      I have an FX8150 processor and it maxes its fan speed at 50°C. Cpu is 32nm node and gpu is 28nm node. Shouldn't the cpu withstand higher temperatures since it is built on bigger node?

       

      Is a cpu built for more longevity than a gpu in mind? If yes, could I let the cpu reach 80°C for a more silent gaming/computing so they both age at same speed?

       

      Will Zen architecture have higher max operating temperature?