Check for dust on the fan and use a program like evga precision or nTune to monitor temps. You can also adjust the fan speeds but your temps aren't really that bad.
ATRIX ATX 12V P450C while simply idle is a tad high though. Check the dust as JMPC suggested. What's the brand of the power supply?
You'll have to post the wattage of the PSU. That doesn't sound like a quality PSU to me.Thanks for replies ~ I'll check for dust.
ATRIX ATX 12V P4
If that's idle you have a problem. Any GPU should never be over 40C while not being stressed.I would say that the temperature threshold would be 125 degrees. I have put mine up to over 100 degrees, so I would say that only reaching the triple digits would be of concern. Don't be surprised if the casual temperature of the GPU is around the 50-70 degree mark. Currently my silent-pipe II graphics card is floating around the 61-62 degree mark.
I disagree. Feel free to have a read of this:If that's idle you have a problem. Any GPU should never be over 40C while not being stressed.
I agree. I haven't had any issues at all with temps, except a while back when I reapplied thermal paste to the GPU cause it was reaching 102c under 100% load. Managed to clean out a lot of dust caked in the heatpipes as well.Anyway, let's just leave it at that.