ASUS GeForce GTX 295 Temperature With FurMark
Chaps at VR-Zone have tested ASUS’s GeForce GTX 295 and have used FurMark to overheat the graphics card and from their tests, NVIDIA has done a good job with the heatsink, and the results of the 55nm dieshrink are also evident.
We ran FurMark’s stability testing mode for half an hour to measure load temperatures, after which we allowed the system to idle in desktop for another half an hour before measuring idle temperatures. Note that load temperatures obtain with FurMark are significantly higher than what would be seen under real-world loads.
I think ASUS’s product deserves FurMark certification