temp settings in the evga precision tool

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2012/02/28 18:55:03 (permalink)
is the a way to change celceious to fairinheight, pls excuse the spelling, thx
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    HeavyHemi
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    Re:temp settings in the evga precision tool 2012/02/28 19:09:28 (permalink)
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    is the a way to change celceious to fairinheight, pls excuse the spelling, thx

    There isn't an option to do that. Pretty much everyone discusses hardware temps in relation to Celsius. On your GPU as long as you're below 90C you're not risking damaging anything. Most folks like to keep their temps no higher than the mid 80C range.

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    Re:temp settings in the evga precision tool 2012/02/28 20:28:35 (permalink)
    Man, I am so glad I decided to watercool. My room stays so much cooler, Gonna love it come summer time.

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    Re:temp settings in the evga precision tool 2012/02/28 20:37:26 (permalink)
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    Man, I am so glad I decided to watercool. My room stays so much cooler, Gonna love it come summer time.

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    Regardless of water cooled or air cooled, the same amount of heat is dissipated into a room. The advantage of water cooling is it is more effective in transferring the heat from the GPU to the air in the environment. Now if you had your radiator located in another room...

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    Re:temp settings in the evga precision tool 2012/02/28 21:33:38 (permalink)
    It is not possible at this time. But in the PC world nearly everything is listed in C.

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    Re:temp settings in the evga precision tool 2013/01/27 09:20:33 (permalink)
    I still don't understand why people who are as obsessed with resolution can't understand that Centigrades have less resolution in the measuring of temperature than the Fahrenheit scale. For a tool called Precision its sort of counterintuitive for it not to measure things in Fahrenheit. And don't go telling me that using a decimal point is your idea of accuracy . I understand this is a way of getting back at crazy Americans, but seriously, if you think 90C is hot, then if you were to live where I do, you will find that an ambient temp of 90F is the everyday norm, so its more natural feel to use Fahrenheit, you know the day is hot when you get to 99, and its unbearable at 100, you feel the difference in the skin.
     
    Now, give us the option to choose the temp display whichever way we want! And go for broke, add Kelvins, Rankine, and just for kicks Réaumur 
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