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NVIDIA GeForce Chips Comparison Table
Author: Gabriel Torres 1,625,912 views
Type: Tutorials Last Updated: July 10, 2013
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Temperature and Power Specs

In the table below, we compare the temperature and power specs for NVIDIA chips. Chips not listed mean that NVIDIA does not publish their maximum temperature, maximum power, and minimum PSU power specs.

It is important to note that these are all “worst-case scenario” values. Under normal operation, the graphics chip will present a temperature below its maximum and consume a power below what is published on the table. The same holds true for the minimum required power supply, where NVIDIA publishes a “safe” value, taken in consideration that the power supplies are labeled with their maximum peak power, not with their maximum continuous power.

Chip

Max. Temp.

Max. Power

Min. PSU

GeForce 9400 GT

105° C

50 W

300 W

GeForce 9500 GT

105° C

50 W

350 W

GeForce 9600 GSO

105° C

105 W

400 W

GeForce 9600 GSO (512 MB)

105° C

90 W

400 W

GeForce 9600 GT (600 MHz)

105° C

59 W

300 W

GeForce 9600 GT (650 MHz)

105° C

96 W

400 W

GeForce 9800 GT

105° C

105 W

400 W

GeForce 9800 GTX

105° C

140 W

450 W

GeForce 9800 GTX+

105° C

141 W

450 W

GeForce 9800 GX2

105° C

197 W

580 W

GeForce G 100

105° C

35 W

300 W

GeForce GT 120

105° C

50 W

350 W

GeForce GT 130

105° C

75 W

350 W

GeForce GTS 150

105° C

141 W

450 W

GeForce 205

105° C

30.5 W

300 W

GeForce 210

105° C

30.5 W

300 W

GeForce GT 220

105° C

58 W

350 W

GeForce GT 240

105° C

69 W

300 W

GeForce GTS 240

105° C

120 W

450 W

GeForce GTS 250

105° C

150 W

450 W

GeForce GTX 260

105° C

182 W

500 W

GeForce GTX 275

105° C

219 W

550 W

GeForce GTX 280

105° C

236 W

550 W

GeForce GTX 285

105° C

204 W

550 W

GeForce GTX 295

105° C

289 W

680 W

GeForce 310

105° C

30.5 W

300 W

GeForce 315

105° C

33 W

NA

GeForce GT 320

105° C

43 W

300 W

GeForce GT 330

105° C 

75 W 

300 W 

GeForce GT 340

105° C

69 W

300 W

GeForce GT 420

105° C

50 W

NA

GeForce GT 430

98° C

49 W

300 W

GeForce GT 440

98° C

65 W

300 W

GeForce GTS 450

100° C

106 W

 400 W

GeForce GTX 460

104° C

160 W

450 W

GeForce GTX 465

105° C

200 W

550 W

GeForce GTX 470

105° C

215 W

550 W

GeForce GTX 480

105° C

250 W

600 W

GeForce GT 510

102° C

25 W

NA

GeForce GT 520

102° C

29 W

300 W

GeForce GT 530

105° C

50 W

NA

GeForce GT 545 (DDR3)

100° C

70 W

NA

GeForce GT 545 (GDDR5)

100° C

105 W

NA

GeForce GTX 550 Ti

100° C

116 W

560 W

GeForce GTX 560 (OEM)

97° C

150 W

450 W

GeForce GTX 560

99° C

150 W

450 W

GeForce GTX 560 Ti (OEM)

97° C

210 W

NA

GeForce GTX 560 Ti

100° C

170 W

500 W

GeForce GTX 560 Ti/448

99° C

170 W

500 W

GeForce GTX 570

97° C

219 W

550 W

GeForce GTX 580

97° C

244 W

600 W

GeForce GTX 590

97° C

365 W

700 W

GeForce GT 605

102° C

25 W

NA

GeForce GT 610

102° C

29 W

300 W

GeForce GT 620

98° C

49 W

300 W

GeForce GT 620 OEM

102° C

30 W

NA

GeForce GT 630

98° C

65 W

300 W

GeForce GT 630 OEM

102° C

50 W

NA

GeForce GT 640

98° C

65 W

350 W

GeForce GT 640 OEM (128-bit DDR3)

102° C

50 W

NA

GeForce GT 640 OEM (192-bit DDR3)

102° C

75 W

NA

GeForce GT 640 OEM (GDDR5)

102° C

75 W

NA

GeForce GT 645

102° C

140 W

NA

GeForce GTX 650

98° C

64 W

400 W

GeForce GTX 650 Ti

105° C

110 W

400 W

GeForce GTX 650 Ti Boost

97° C

134 W

450 W

GeForce GTX 660

97° C

140 W

450 W

GeForce GTX 660 Ti

97° C

150 W

450 W

GeForce GTX 670

97° C

170 W

500 W

GeForce GTX 680

98° C

195 W

550 W

GeForce GTX 690

98° C

300 W

650 W

GeForce GTX 760

97° C

170 W  500 W

GeForce GTX 770

98° C

230 W  600 W 

GeForce GTX 780

95° C

250 W

600 W

GeForce GTX TITAN

95° C

250 W

600 W

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