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Questions about GIGABYTE products => Graphic cards => Topic started by: zenath85 on August 10, 2013, 03:55:32 pm

Title: 7950 temperature
Post by: zenath85 on August 10, 2013, 03:55:32 pm
hey guys

i own current card with basic settings 1000/1250 v 1.25 on this hot weather i am having up to 87 c while playing games.

question is are there some problems for card having this high temperatures aldo verything is  working just fine not a single problem

it is 40 c in shade;(
Title: Re: 7950 temperature
Post by: FaXeN on September 17, 2013, 01:59:46 pm
I changed the BIOS to F43 witch sets the VDDC to 1,09V and the results were dramatic in terms of temperature and power consumption.

Original BIOS: VDDC:1,25V Temp: 77c  system power consumption: 375W
F43 BIOS: VDDC: 1,09V Temp: 70c system power consumption: 320W
The 7950 run with 1100/1250 Mhz, average Temp, power consumption over 10h full load, fan speed @ 66%.

My System:
AMD Phenom x6 1045t @ 3,6 GHz
8GB DDR2 @ 890 MHz
Gigabyte GA-M720-US3 Mainboard
Gigabyte GV-R795WF3-3GD
Corsair HX850 80Plus Gold

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Title: Re: 7950 temperature
Post by: stanman on February 14, 2015, 11:57:06 pm
I've got 7950 WF3 2x6 pin,1000/1250MHz stock-1.25V,BIOS> FW0,VRAM Samsung.VRMs temperatures are 78c/82c in gaming.I can't use BIOS F43.What BIOS I can use to turn down VDDC? Thanks