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My idle temp for CPU is at 27c but when i play cs go ZOMBIE ESCAPE goes to 45c to 50c, ok so my GPU GTX  970 doesn't have water cooling and when i touch it feels very hot, when playing cs go... I was wondering if i use something lick block to cool my GPU will i get more fps on ZE.  

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" lick block " The once for horses? Jokes a side,

No most of the GTX is known to have a high temperature do u know what temp it is?

By going with feel don't say to much , what CPU do u have?

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Well since this was dug up from the grave. 

 

Install MSI Afterburner to control clocks and monitor temperature. 


I may give you stage 7 cancer 

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Lets dig some more.. 

 

You dont need water cooling for your GPU or even CPU if only playing cs:go or most games..

GPU's can go to temperatures of 90° without dying, so you are perfectly safe.

 

I have 2 x gtx 780ti and play maffia 3 and other games on ultra 1080p on a 27" monitor, temperatures dont go over 75° (fanspeed 80%)

even when I'm overclocking the GPU's to their max.

You wont get more FPS by installing a watercooler on your gpu.. it's a waste of money


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I would only worry about temps if you begin to see it affecting your game performance ( game stuttering/freezing, fps drops etc.)

An idle CPU of temp of 27c and 40-50c on load is perfectly normal. 


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Your GPU is naturally going to feel hot while your playing, as long as your GPU fans are still working you should be in the clear.


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