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2080 (/Super/TI) SLI AIR cooling temperature POST HERE!

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2021/12/03 05:25:04 (permalink)
I just really very curious about that!
Please send picture and result.

You got high temperature? How you solved that?
- Undervolting, extra system fan etc.

I created a similar post at 30 series for 3090: 3090-SLI-AIR-cooling-temperature-POST-HERE-m3500286.aspx


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    Re: 2080 (/Super/TI) SLI AIR cooling temperature POST HERE! 2021/12/03 12:30:48 (permalink)
    Heavy loaded for days .....  ΔT = 40C  .... ("Delta T" of 40C = 40C Over room temp)
     
    this with Exceptional airflow through the case - as the sides are off of the case with auxiliary fan moving most of the heat away from GPU cooler fans
     
    Closed case will probably be warmer ---> even with "good airflow" as some heat will get recycled back to the GPU cooler
     

     
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    Re: 2080 (/Super/TI) SLI AIR cooling temperature POST HERE! 2021/12/03 13:06:37 (permalink)
    Cool, I have only 2 slot between PCIe x16 slots so 3 slots sized card is the maximum but only 2,75 sized card is enabled like that 2080 ti because of air flow.
     
    Just a question, why not exist GPU with two blower fan? EVGA planned to create a GPU with blower?
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    post edited by gergelymolnarpro - 2021/12/03 13:57:19

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    Re: 2080 (/Super/TI) SLI AIR cooling temperature POST HERE! 2021/12/05 11:02:02 (permalink)
    Do Any EVGA employee check this forum? :D

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    Re: 2080 (/Super/TI) SLI AIR cooling temperature POST HERE! 2021/12/05 11:05:55 (permalink)
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    Do Any EVGA employee check this forum? :D




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