75C w/ Furmark on 5870

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    Uhm install a game like just cause 2 play that on high and tell me how hot your processor gets (get GPU-Z and let it run in the background play on high) My furmark also showed a max of 75C with everything on high and super hot mode on w/e .. With just cause on high i hit 95C .. and i know i have to repaste in the coming weeks.
     
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    Edit: RealTemp record says 76C max, GPU-Z says 84C max. wth?
     
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    Now like i said go get a copy of just cause 2..(anyway you can hint implied)
    And actually i cant answer your question.. All i know is im idling at 65c atm which means repaste. :(
     
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    And I bet if you use everest the temperature will be different from those two as well. Thats the same thing I ran into with my HP Mini 311 when I OC'd it. I just use HW monitor and go by that.

    EDIT: I'm not the OP but I did just install Just Cause 2. Everything maxed out I got a high of 73C. Inside my house is 71F. That was playing for about an hour. I did receive my laptop back after a new GPU. Guess the Technician knew his stuff when it came to repasting.
     
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    they are 3 sensors on different parts of the GPU
    GPU-Z monitors all 3 of them.
     
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    Jebus that's great! I usually get 82C just playing games for that long.
     
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    hehe...yea there are some of us...me including.....who get great temps gaming....I bought a G73-BST7 from best buy a month and a half ago and my max temps when gaming have only ever reached 73c.......mostly its between 67-70......and im talking 2-3 hours in crysis and other intense games....guess im lucky and hope it stays that way...:)
     
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    Good for those settings I suppose.

    Now turn on "XTreme Burning Mode" and "Post FX" options, and change the resolution to 1920x1080....what do you get then?
     
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