Windows 10: Are these temps normal?

Discus and support Are these temps normal? in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; While playing Fallout 4 the GPU temp constantly stays at 70-72 C. Could that stress the card and shorten it's lifespan? It's not overclocked.... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by BicycleRow, Jun 17, 2017.

  1. Are these temps normal?

    While playing Fallout 4 the GPU temp constantly stays at 70-72 C.

    Could that stress the card and shorten it's lifespan? It's not overclocked.

    I've read on other sites that's a normal temp. for a video card, but I wanted to ask specifically for this one - the Gigabyte GeForce GT 710 2 GB Low profile

    Also, the motherboard runs at 65-67 C while playing games. It often hits around 60 even while browsing, but that's just for a moment, I guess. I think for a mobo, that's a bit too hot?

    The max CPU temp. I've ever is 57-58, even at continuous 100% usage. I guess that's normal.

    It's a small HP case with only 1 fan blowing air out (I think) and the CPU cooler, so there's not much airflow going on. I don't really worry about these temps, just wanna if they're normal.

    BicycleRow, Jun 17, 2017
  2. grschinon Win User

    These apps are viruses!

    If the .sis files are malware they won't be signed and it'll be impossible to install them anyway.

    Also, anyone installing anything from dodgy sources deserves what they get.

    Please stop scaremongering.
    grschinon, Jun 17, 2017
  3. These apps are viruses!

    First of all let me give information on programs not to be installed on our mbphones here it goes:

    Mosquitos cracked By Soddom.sis

    Mosquitos cracked By Soddom v2.0.sis












    Norton Antivirus 2004 Professional.sis

    Extended Theme Manger.sis



    F-cabir.sis(It`s maybe a virus renamed)

    And here some Java virus:






    JavaApp.Strange Brew

    These apps are viruses!
    mbphonehacker, Jun 17, 2017
  4. Mystere Win User

    Are these temps normal?

    If you don't have much airflow, then they're absolutely normal. I'm not sure what kind of "authoritative" response you're going to get for your specific card, but that's a normal GPU temperature when used at 100% capacity.
    Mystere, Jun 17, 2017

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