GTX 950 Heats up to 99 degrees when gaming

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    llucid8 said:
    There is absolutely no dust, dirt at all as its brand spanking new and I just rebuilt the PC the other day by Installing a CPU cooler and replacing everything in the new Thermaltake v71 case last Friday afternoon.

    Everyday, I open the side case and give it a little dust over with an anti-static brush.

    And I will take it back where i got it from and just replace it with a 980ti .. by adding $1000 or maybe a little less as I paid $269 for it.

    So just taking that off $1149 will cost me $880 which is fine with me

    And I will take your advice and not game with it at all so I can refund and replace it..

    Thank you once again for being so helpful..

    Much appreciated JDS63 :)
    Yeah if it is under 30 days in most places you can get your money back rather then a replacement which is not what you seem to want . Good luck. I recently built mine into another case. Case with dust filters is good and can use canned air or what i found good that saves on canned air is Metro-Vac https://www.metrovacworld.com/DataVa...ED500/overview

    Your Welcome,Mate, again !
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  2. Posts : 3,264
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       #33

    Let's change that to where you are, i see what you mean about price difference

    http://www.newegg.com/global/au/Prod...82E16814487160
    http://www.newegg.com/global/au/Prod...82E16814487160
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       #34

    jds63 said:
    Yeah if it is under 30 days in most places you can get your money back rather then a replacement which is not what you seem to want . Good luck. I recently built mine into another case. Case with dust filters is good and can use canned air or what i found good that saves on canned air is Metro-Vac https://www.metrovacworld.com/DataVa...ED500/overview

    Your Welcome,Mate, again !
    My Case ( Thermaltake V71 ) was expensive and cost me $235 - It has 3 dust filters - top - front - bottom -- it would have to for that price and is the biggest case I ever seen. I'm not that tall and it's almost half my height, lol.

    And I will check out the links for the 980ti's - and thank you again
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       #35

    jds63 said:
    Let's change that to where you are, i see what you mean about price difference

    http://www.newegg.com/global/au/Prod...82E16814487160
    http://www.newegg.com/global/au/Prod...82E16814487160
    Australia has GST tax and that price in AUD is $958 not including GST tax which is a further $98 and thats excluding shipping as well

    It's a cheaper option to buy one for $880 by returning my GTX 950 ... thanks anyway - you're very helpful ..., the world needs more people like you and everyone else that tried to help.

    Thank you to all !!! Especially you Jds63
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       #36

    llucid8 said:
    Australia has GST tax and that price in AUD is $958 not including GST tax which is a further $98 and thats excluding shipping as well

    It's a cheaper option to buy one for $880 by returning my GTX 950 ... thanks anyway - you're very helpful ..., the world needs more people like you and everyone else that tried to help.

    Thank you to all !!! Especially you Jds63
    Your welcome, more of just an idea of what is out there for GTX 980ti and brands. You know what is best being there. Either EVGA, MSI, Gigabyte and ASUS. Even read the reviews of purchasers see what they think. Like helping others, YW again.
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