panzlock110 °C is high. But AIB's have this under control: https://www.guru3d.com/articles_pages/asus_radeon_rx_5700_xt_rog_strix_review,10.html So let's everyone just caaaaaaaaalm down.
GTXJackBauerThese GPUs aren't even top end and are hitting those kind of thermals. AMD is known for inefficient thermals unfortunately. Let's go down memory lane.
SajinGTXJackBauerThese GPUs aren't even top end and are hitting those kind of thermals. AMD is known for inefficient thermals unfortunately. Let's go down memory lane.
Bruno747 While we are headed down memory lane. Let's step back a bit further."Fermi again. That's the third time this week."
panzlockGTXJackBauerWell what do we know. The AMD shareholders showed up. Apparently you know very little.
GTXJackBauerWell what do we know. The AMD shareholders showed up.
HogglepanzlockGTXJackBauerWell what do we know. The AMD shareholders showed up. Apparently you know very little.Being warmer then NVIDIA is not good. Nobody wants a card that can hit 113C while running even if AMD says it's normal when NVIDIA cards are running about 30C cooler.
NereusI'm just having some fun, don't take it personally.
ty_ger07NereusI'm just having some fun, don't take it personally.Ok cool. The videos of runaway turbine engines and melting computers didn't make it seem like anyone was taking anything seriously or were trying to be the least bit educated. Why would AMD not even mention that the most publicized information about 110c were from sources who were purposely limiting the fan speed? I mean, I agree that the reference cooler is terrible, but why would AMD not make that transparent in their statement? The fact of the matter is, in my opinion:1) AMD really missed the mark when making this statement. "It's fine" is not a good thing to say.2) The issue is completely fixed in partner cards.3) No one who was going to buy the card was going to buy anything except for a partner card. So, what's the point of complaining about a piece of junk cooler when every buyer already knew it was a piece of junk cooler? It kind of seems like you guys have nothing better to do than to pick on the handicapped person when the rest of the class was already aware of the handicap and thinks its in poor taste.
Nereus..so you openly admit that AMD are the retards of the GPU industry?
Nereus ..so you openly admit that AMD are the retards of the GPU industry? ..but point taken. The Titan X (pascal) stock cooler was hopelessly inadequate, and the cards would throttle even under a moderate load. Nobody else sold them but NVidia though.. fortunately EVGA made an AiO cooler for it, now it runs at over 2GHz at about 60° on full load.