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What is the hottest you have ever seen your hardware?

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I have a laptop, so my i5-4200U is usually at 85°C in games and my GT 720M always gets up to 93°C. 


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Hottest, my old 4790k in XTU at 5.1, it was like 101c hottest temp during the test lol.

 

Coldest, my 6700k on DICE at -75c.


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9 minutes ago, Tibbles said:

I have a laptop, so my i5-4200U is usually at 85°C in games and my GT 720M always gets up to 93°C. 

Might want to clean the dust out, and maybe replace the stock TIM.


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i7-3820 101 Celcius. I had forgotten to plug in the pump...

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12 minutes ago, Dabombinable said:

Might want to clean the dust out, and maybe replace the stock TIM.

Meh, I'm building a pc in like a month. So I don't really care about it :P 


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1 minute ago, Tibbles said:

Meh, I'm building a pc in like a month. So I don't really care about it :P 

You'll find that your laptop might be very useful...especially if your new desktop ever has problems.


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1 hour ago, QueenDemetria said:

I removed the heatsink from a Radeon X1550. The temp sensor stopped working at 120c, and it ran for another 4 seconds before combusting.

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My Core2 Duo E7500. It once reached 110c when testing it with IntelBurnTest. That CPU is still running strong, after cleaning the cooler obviously. Now it's "only" 88c

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My laptops CPU hit 105 C, the reason I know this is because it shut itself off when doing any intense task, and while I was doing homework it would hit it and shut off.  I was even trimming a clip from a webinar and I had to do it outside in out unheated garage in december just so that it wouldn't overheat and shut off. (CPU info: http://ark.intel.com/products/67356/Intel-Core-i7-3612QM-Processor-6M-Cache-up-to-3_10-GHz-rPGA)


 

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My hottest ever was 100°C on an i7 3610QM. Fan was full of dust.


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HP 550 laptop, left it running in my backpack on purpose to see how hot it can get, when i pulled it out it was at 101C after which i shut it down right away. Still works to this day. (with something like 3 or 4 battery swaps)


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My processor is constantly at 128c according to speedfan, so.. BEAT IT!

 


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I was playing GTA V at 1080P, very high textures, reflections, water, high sadows etc on my Dell Precision M4600 with an i7 2820QM and a Quadro 1000M (don't you say a motherf***ing word!). The GPU was around 85-90c and the CPU about 95-100c........ on bed. That was the hottest I had ever seen any of my hardware run. And surprisingly, it didn't throttle! Or maybe a tiny bit, but I didn't notice any performance decrease.

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My A10-7870k was getting to the lower 90s playing a game and then I realised there was a heatsink issue when it was idling at like 60

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Mid 70s while gaming at 26 degrees C room temp recently while playing Deus Ex.

 

Well, GPU1 -  68 degrees, GPU2 - 72 degrees, CPU - mid 70s.

 

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The GPU die hitting 107°C.


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CPU at 60 C, cuz dat shit throttles.


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My 750 Ti hit about 80oC playing the credits and then the menu  of Portal 2 @ 1440p.... I probably shouldn't be playing at that resolution with this card anyway... It's weird how the temp doesn't get that high while I'm just playing the game, but if I pause and walk away the temperature skyrockets


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Current? GPU at 84C and CPU at about 45C

Ever? about 660 to 700C (set fire to one of my PCs because it was too much of a whiny little bitch. Alcohol may have been involved)


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My 280 hit 90c in furmark in like 1-2min. Note that the thing has +180mhz on the core and +250 on the mem without extra voltage and stock cooling

I stopped the stress test 


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17 hours ago, bgibbz said:

damn! my temps must have only been over a 100 for a split second before it throttled, otherwise i feel like the system would have blue screened or something like that.

The laptop was throttling but it was still at 100C.


I actually couldn't underclock my 5 year old GPU to make it as slow as a next-gen console.

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