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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/02/25 09:16:09 (permalink)
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One other thing, GTXJack.  Do you find it odd at all that MEM1, PWR1/2/3/4/5 are all at 39c - 41c, while GPU1/2 and Mem 2/3 are at 60c?  If this was a pump issue, wouldn't ALL temps be high?

Seems to be the norm if you look around at all rtx card threads. Lots of complaints about hi mem temps. But not that 1 mem chip.

The hybrid cooler only touches the GPU die and the memory. The fan cools the power area.

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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/02/25 09:18:51 (permalink)
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At the end of the day, even if the temps are higher than they "should be", as long as I'm not getting thermally throttled, I guess can live with them.  Should I be concerned about card life expectancy at all, where I'll be gaming a few days a week for a few hours a day, with temps in the mid-to-high 70's?
 
*UPDATE* - I'm getting thermally throttled, going from 1,995 Mhz Boost Clock to 1,950Mhz, while GPU1/2 Temps are at 72c and Memory 2/3 Temps are at 75c.  Everything is at stock values (No OC on Memory, Core Clock, Voltage or Power / GPU Temp Targets).  Well, that sucks.
 
Any last thoughts or suggestions before I RMA the card?
 
Thanks everyone.
 
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Reading through a couple of thoughts.
 
It isn't GPU1/2 but GPU1/Mem2
 
Are you blowing air in or out of your case with the radiator?
 
do you have roughly the same amount of case fans blowing in the opposite direction?  Not that you are creating a vacuum or high pressure that the fans are fighting with.
 
If you are blowing air from in to out, do you know what the internal temps of your case are?  Not that you are just blowing hot air from the CPU/GPU across the radiator?
 
If it isn't any of those, it is likely either a pump issue or thermal paste application issue.
 



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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/02/25 09:19:17 (permalink)
Gotcha.  So, right now, I'm in the midst of a Heaven Benchmark series of tests (on Test #3), and MEM1 is at 43c, while GPU1/2 are at 61c/62c and MEM2/3 are at 57c/66c.
 
Sounds like it could also be a thermal covering issue, where the block and thermal paste / tape isn't covering the GPU and MEM2/MEM3 adequately?
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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/02/25 09:21:59 (permalink)
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At the end of the day, even if the temps are higher than they "should be", as long as I'm not getting thermally throttled, I guess can live with them.  Should I be concerned about card life expectancy at all, where I'll be gaming a few days a week for a few hours a day, with temps in the mid-to-high 70's?
 
*UPDATE* - I'm getting thermally throttled, going from 1,995 Mhz Boost Clock to 1,950Mhz, while GPU1/2 Temps are at 72c and Memory 2/3 Temps are at 75c.  Everything is at stock values (No OC on Memory, Core Clock, Voltage or Power / GPU Temp Targets).  Well, that sucks.
 
Any last thoughts or suggestions before I RMA the card?
 
Thanks everyone.
 
Matt




Reading through a couple of thoughts.
 
It isn't GPU1/2 but GPU1/Mem2
 
Are you blowing air in or out of your case with the radiator?
 
do you have roughly the same amount of case fans blowing in the opposite direction?  Not that you are creating a vacuum or high pressure that the fans are fighting with.
 
If you are blowing air from in to out, do you know what the internal temps of your case are?  Not that you are just blowing hot air from the CPU/GPU across the radiator?
 
If it isn't any of those, it is likely either a pump issue or thermal paste application issue.
 




Hey Baratak - I'm blowing air out of the case with the Rad.  The ambient room temps are 20c and the in-case temp is 21c.  It's pretty darn sure it's not an air-flow / hot air situation.  As I mentioned earlier, I had the 1080ti FTW3 Hybrid card before  getting it's 2080ti variant, and it never got hotter than 55c, under extreme load (Superposition / Heaven / 3dMark as well as BF5, Anthem and Kingdom Come Deliverance).
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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/02/25 09:28:31 (permalink)
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Hey Baratak - I'm blowing air out of the case with the Rad.  The ambient room temps are 20c and the in-case temp is 21c.  It's pretty darn sure it's not an air-flow / hot air situation.  As I mentioned earlier, I had the 1080ti FTW3 Hybrid card before  getting it's 2080ti variant, and it never got hotter than 55c, under extreme load (Superposition / Heaven / 3dMark as well as BF5, Anthem and Kingdom Come Deliverance).


At that point I would either RMA, or with EVGA's Tech support blessing, replace the thermal paste. 



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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/02/25 09:44:07 (permalink)
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mrosenbu
 
 
Hey Baratak - I'm blowing air out of the case with the Rad.  The ambient room temps are 20c and the in-case temp is 21c.  It's pretty darn sure it's not an air-flow / hot air situation.  As I mentioned earlier, I had the 1080ti FTW3 Hybrid card before  getting it's 2080ti variant, and it never got hotter than 55c, under extreme load (Superposition / Heaven / 3dMark as well as BF5, Anthem and Kingdom Come Deliverance).


At that point I would either RMA, or with EVGA's Tech support blessing, replace the thermal paste. 




Baratak - yeah, I'm going to RMA it.  I honestly don't want to muck around with taking the shroud off and dealing with Thermal Paste - that's why I bought the Hybrid card to begin with.  I appreciate yours and everyone else's suggestions and help.
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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/02/25 09:47:31 (permalink)
Evga wont care if ya replaced the thermal paste either way.. but its tricky taking apart a hybrid card. Easy to break the tiny wire connectors.. and if ya do most likely kill your warranty.. obviously not worth the chance.

Thiers's a chance evga may not even rma the card cause they may say it's normal and it's not locking up,space invaders or artifacting.

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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/02/25 10:04:48 (permalink)
The 2080 Ti FTW 3 Ultra cards can pull a lot of power...much more than the 1080 Ti did.  So it does make sense that you are seeing higher temperatures.
 
When you are looking at GPU and CPU temperatures, you need to reference against ambient...otherwise, they don't mean anything.
 
For an experiment, I would turn your AIO radiator input fans up to 100% and re-run your base line (noting the ambient temp).  If the GPU AIO radiator is getting starved for air, the increased flow should help.
 
I never really liked putting the GPU in the back slot, with exhaust fans out of the top.  You are limiting the air flow to the GPU radiator...simply because the first exhaust fan is pulling air out of the case...the second exhaust fan is pulling air out of the case (having to fight the first exhaust fan)...and the GPU radiator fan has to fight both of those to pull air through the radiator and out of the case.
 
For my setup, I have both the CPU and GPU AIOs in the front of the case as intake (they each have a push/pull fan setup).  I have two fans on the bottom of the case as intake.  The fans on the top and back of the case are exhaust.  This way, the radiators are seeing the coolest temperature air (as the best they can cool to is the temperature of the intake air.)
 
With this setup, I get temperatures for my 2080 Ti FTW 3 Ultra hybrid as follows (with a 26 C ambient):
 
250 W Power Draw: ~45 C
275 W Power Draw: ~47 C
300 W Power Draw: ~49 C
325 W Power Draw: ~51 C
350 W Power Draw: ~53 C
 
This is consistent across two different machines (I have two PCs, each has the same 2080 Ti card in it, with the radiator as input and push/pull fan setup).
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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/02/25 10:22:16 (permalink)
Yeah rads should always be on intake air from outside of the case.
He could easily turn the fan on the rad around and have it blow cooler air from outside the case.

Front intake fans back intake with the rad and top exhaust. More in then out.. less dust with that setup. And the heat will be pushed out any openings in the case and exhaust fans.

And at the same time, when you remove the rad to swap the fan around to push.. shake up the rad. Prob be the first thing customer support will request you to do.. so atleast you can say ya did it.
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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/02/25 10:43:44 (permalink)
When you shared that picture you had your hoses rather twisted, you could be constricting water flow somewhat with them like that.  I know I had to spin my radiator around once to get the hoses in a much better alignment.  See pic.
 

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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/02/25 11:50:57 (permalink)
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I never really liked putting the GPU in the back slot, with exhaust fans out of the top.  You are limiting the air flow to the GPU radiator...simply because the first exhaust fan is pulling air out of the case...the second exhaust fan is pulling air out of the case (having to fight the first exhaust fan)...and the GPU radiator fan has to fight both of those to pull air through the radiator and out of the case.
 
For my setup, I have both the CPU and GPU AIOs in the front of the case as intake (they each have a push/pull fan setup).  I have two fans on the bottom of the case as intake.  The fans on the top and back of the case are exhaust.  This way, the radiators are seeing the coolest temperature air (as the best they can cool to is the temperature of the intake air.)
 
With this setup, I get temperatures for my 2080 Ti FTW 3 Ultra hybrid as follows (with a 26 C ambient):
 
250 W Power Draw: ~45 C
275 W Power Draw: ~47 C
300 W Power Draw: ~49 C
325 W Power Draw: ~51 C
350 W Power Draw: ~53 C
 
This is consistent across two different machines (I have two PCs, each has the same 2080 Ti card in it, with the radiator as input and push/pull fan setup).


 
+1  Well said.
 
In one of my original projects to custom liquid cooling, I had a single 120mm rad in the rear but with more research and experience, I've completely removed that idea of ever putting a rad back there in my later builds to better assist the positive pressure created to the single rear exhaust fan for all that warmer intake air produced by the rads in my 900D case.  Works really well and don't have too much of an issue with dust over the years while all the rads are getting the coolest air possible.  Best results one can get.

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Front intake fans back intake with the rad and top exhaust. More in then out.. less dust with that setup. And the heat will be pushed out any openings in the case and exhaust fans.



You will still introduce an unfiltered intake in the back to the mix with the upper exhaust eventually getting caked with dust overtime unless of course the OP adds a filter in the rear plus the air flow from the rear through the slots, mini holes, etc. might pull some air through because of the rear vacuum created to the top exhaust. 
 
I usually like front, bottom and top as intake, presuming all spots have filters from the case manufacturers as some do and use the single fan in the rear and open back as exhaust because the positive pressure will make its way back there no matter what.  Works really well with the Corsair 900D but there's nothing wrong for most to use front/bottom intake and top/rear as exhaust as long as they aren't battling a filter.

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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/02/25 13:16:55 (permalink)
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The 2080 Ti FTW 3 Ultra cards can pull a lot of power...much more than the 1080 Ti did.  So it does make sense that you are seeing higher temperatures.
 
When you are looking at GPU and CPU temperatures, you need to reference against ambient...otherwise, they don't mean anything.
 
For an experiment, I would turn your AIO radiator input fans up to 100% and re-run your base line (noting the ambient temp).  If the GPU AIO radiator is getting starved for air, the increased flow should help.
 
I never really liked putting the GPU in the back slot, with exhaust fans out of the top.  You are limiting the air flow to the GPU radiator...simply because the first exhaust fan is pulling air out of the case...the second exhaust fan is pulling air out of the case (having to fight the first exhaust fan)...and the GPU radiator fan has to fight both of those to pull air through the radiator and out of the case.
 
For my setup, I have both the CPU and GPU AIOs in the front of the case as intake (they each have a push/pull fan setup).  I have two fans on the bottom of the case as intake.  The fans on the top and back of the case are exhaust.  This way, the radiators are seeing the coolest temperature air (as the best they can cool to is the temperature of the intake air.)
 
With this setup, I get temperatures for my 2080 Ti FTW 3 Ultra hybrid as follows (with a 26 C ambient):
 
250 W Power Draw: ~45 C
275 W Power Draw: ~47 C
300 W Power Draw: ~49 C
325 W Power Draw: ~51 C
350 W Power Draw: ~53 C
 
This is consistent across two different machines (I have two PCs, each has the same 2080 Ti card in it, with the radiator as input and push/pull fan setup).




KSGNOW2010 - So, if I crank both fans (Rad + Card) up to 100%, GPU1/2 and Mem2/3 are in the 54c to 59c range, after 4 Heaven Benchmark runs.  Mem1 is at 40c.  It's better, but still high, IMO.  I RMA'd the card, so I'll try again with a new card.
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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/02/25 13:21:32 (permalink)
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When you shared that picture you had your hoses rather twisted, you could be constricting water flow somewhat with them like that.  I know I had to spin my radiator around once to get the hoses in a much better alignment.  See pic.
 


I'll try that MaverickSW19.  Thanks!
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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/02/25 14:45:22 (permalink)
So from what you've said in earlier posts, you have 6 intake fans(top and cpu rad fans) and 1 exhaust(gpu rad)..  Not enough exhaust IMO.  I have a 570x corsair case, with a h115i mounted on top(2 fans exhausting out of case), my hybrid ftw3 mounted same spot as you as exhaust, 3 intake fans on the front of the case.  I also had a 1080ti sc2 hybrid.  The sc2 never went past 45 Celsius. 
Had a 2080ti XC Ultra temporarily, temps were 60-70.  Anthem caused the card to get to 85ish with fans at 100%, decided to get the hybrid again as I was uncomfortable with those temps.
Switched to the ftw3 today.  Idles at 30ish, Havent had it go past 60 yet loaded.  I think these cards do run a bit hotter then the previous version.  
 
 Not sure if it's a possibility but if you can fit your CPU rad to exhaust through the top, and have 2-3 intakes bringing in cool air from the front.
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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/02/25 15:05:03 (permalink)
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So from what you've said in earlier posts, you have 6 intake fans(top and cpu rad fans) and 1 exhaust(gpu rad)..  Not enough exhaust IMO.  I have a 570x corsair case, with a h115i mounted on top(2 fans exhausting out of case), my hybrid ftw3 mounted same spot as you as exhaust, 3 intake fans on the front of the case.  I also had a 1080ti sc2 hybrid.  The sc2 never went past 45 Celsius. 
Had a 2080ti XC Ultra temporarily, temps were 60-70.  Anthem caused the card to get to 85ish with fans at 100%, decided to get the hybrid again as I was uncomfortable with those temps.
Switched to the ftw3 today.  Idles at 30ish, Havent had it go past 60 yet loaded.  I think these cards do run a bit hotter then the previous version.  
 
 Not sure if it's a possibility but if you can fit your CPU rad to exhaust through the top, and have 2-3 intakes bringing in cool air from the front.


Hey Betseyd04 - I mistakenly put that the top fans are intake - they're exhaust.  So in summary, the front 3 fans intake through the CPU rad (the resultant air is indeed cool in the case), the top 2 fans exhaust air out and the rear fan exhausts air out through the GPU rad.  I'm idling at 25c, and under load, I'll hit the mid 70's.  I start to see throttling / no boost at 60c (stock settings - no OC).
 
UPDATE - I've been playing BF5 (Ultra Settings including RTX) with both Fans (on-card and rad) set to a solid 100% (no fan curve) via PX1 for the last 45 minutes and GPU1/2 temps hover between 55c-60c, and Mem2/3 temps hover around 60.  Mem1 temp is still in the mid-40's C, as are all Pwr temps (1-5 in the mid-to-high 40's C).  That's not too far off of what I saw with my 1080ti FTW Hybrid.  If I lower the Fans (either 1 or 2 or both) by applying the built in "Aggressive Fan Curve" it's game over, and the GPU 1/2 and Mem 2/3 temps get to the mid-to-high 70's C in about 10 minutes. Mem 1 and Pwr 1/2/3/4/5 are still all in the 40’s C.
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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/02/25 18:17:19 (permalink)
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I have not touched my fan curves , they are default and generally the radiator fan (FAN 2) runs in the 90-92% range with stock settings when the card is under full load.  Its not loud at all only about 1850 RPM, GPU1 never gets more than 55 deg, GPU2 around 63 deg, mem 1 in the 40's memory 2-3 stays in the mid to high 60's.  The air cooling fan over the power (FAN 1) units only spins around 45% 1500-1600 RPM and of the 5 power the highest is 55 peak.  Not sure if the fan curve in your bios is different than mine though since it's an Ultra maybe? I'm running it on the standard bios switch and the bios version is  90.02.17.00.D1
 
I can't see where lowering fan 1 would cause your CPU to go up much as its just cooling a heat sink over the power area.  Technically though you have the non Ultra edition so you would think it would run slightly cooler than mine at stock.  

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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/02/25 18:29:27 (permalink)
Mav - I really do think I’ve got a bum card / rad / pump. My new one comes in tomorrow, so I’ll be sure to post the temps of the new hybrid. Thanks man.
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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/02/25 18:42:57 (permalink)
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Mav - I really do think I’ve got a bum card / rad / pump. My new one comes in tomorrow, so I’ll be sure to post the temps of the new hybrid. Thanks man.



I'm pretty sure these are assembled by hand so the card itself is probably fine but the cooling block may not have been well seated or could have air bubbles in the cooling paste or something.  Or could be the cooler itself.   I'll cross my fingers for you that you get a better lottery ticket the second time around :)

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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/02/26 04:47:48 (permalink)
Thanks man. I’ll let you know, and thanks for the advice.
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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/02/26 10:34:24 (permalink)
Mav - new card, same results. I installed a second fan to the rad (Push / Pull) by snagging one of my top exhaust fans and temps dropped a good 7-8 degrees C, with the case doors off in a room (my work office) that’s 25c. Getting two more SP120’s to replace the stock EVGA fan and for the Push fan for the rad.

I’ll bundle it all up tonight, bring it home, and will post the temps. Damn that I didn’t see this with my 1080ti Hybrid.
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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/02/26 10:48:42 (permalink)
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Mav - new card, same results. I installed a second fan to the rad (Push / Pull) by snagging one of my top exhaust fans and temps dropped a good 7-8 degrees C, with the case doors off in a room (my work office) that’s 25c. Getting two more SP120’s to replace the stock EVGA fan and for the Push fan for the rad.

I’ll bundle it all up tonight, bring it home, and will post the temps. Damn that I didn’t see this with my 1080ti Hybrid.



A couple of fundamental differences between the 2080 Ti Hybrid and the 1080 Ti Hybrid:
(1) The 2080 Ti can consume much more power than the 1080 Ti (at least 50 W...maybe close to 75 W).  More power, but still the same dinky 120 mm, thin radiator
(2) The 2080 Ti "water cooling" head touches the memory.  In the 1080 Ti the memory was cooled by the "blower" fan
 
As said above, you will see a higher temperature on the 2080 Ti vs the 1080 Ti...but it's still much quieter and lower temperature compared to air cooled.
 
For the record, I run 2 of the Corsair ML120 Pro fans (Red LED, not RGB LED) in push/pull on the radiator.  With the fans at 75%, I can barely hear them and the card stays cool.
 
Post back here what you finally end up with! 
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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/02/26 10:51:38 (permalink)
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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/02/26 12:41:39 (permalink)
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For the record, I run 2 of the Corsair ML120 Pro fans (Red LED, not RGB LED) in push/pull on the radiator.  With the fans at 75%, I can barely hear them and the card stays cool.

 
Are both of those Corsair ML120 Pro fans hooked up to the 4 pin plug off the cable that supplied the original 1 fan?  I ordered 3 ML120 Blue LED and 2 ML140 Blue LED's of these to replace my current fans in my Corsair Graphite Series 780T White full tower.  Was going to use 2 of them on my new EVGA 2080Ti FTW3 Ultra Hybrid radiator and replace the EVGA black one.  Though I think push pull might make the thing stick out a bit to far into my case so maybe I will mount one outside the case on the back and one inside, dunno.  with a 280mm radiator on the top of my case having the cooler sticking out that far on the back might get in the way some of the airflow over the CPU 280mm radiator.  I don't think the 2080Ti hoses are long enough to reach the front of the case and even so I would have to take out the 2 140MM fans there and replace them with 3 120's if I wanted a chance to put the radiator for the 2080Ti in the front as an intake.  So keeping it where its at in the back of the case as an exhaust is probably best.

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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/02/26 13:14:34 (permalink)
I run the two fans off a motherboard header...through a splitter.
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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/02/26 13:20:21 (permalink)
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I run the two fans off a motherboard header...through a splitter.



I'm assuming the 4 pin header the current radiator fan is on could handle 2 of these Corsair ML120 Pro fans with a Y-Splitter don't you think?  Seems like it would be best to run them off the GPU so you can have them sync to the GPU temps.

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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/02/26 16:02:25 (permalink)
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I run the two fans off a motherboard header...through a splitter.



I'm assuming the 4 pin header the current radiator fan is on could handle 2 of these Corsair ML120 Pro fans with a Y-Splitter don't you think?  Seems like it would be best to run them off the GPU so you can have them sync to the GPU temps.


? Why risk damaging the card doing that? $1500 down the tubes, warranty lost. Run the 2 fans off the motherboard or just a fan controller better at 100% all the time or possibly the included adapter (with fan) that has a resistor to run the fan at like 50 or 75% not sure on that.

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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/02/26 16:33:57 (permalink)
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Mav - new card, same results. I installed a second fan to the rad (Push / Pull) by snagging one of my top exhaust fans and temps dropped a good 7-8 degrees C, with the case doors off in a room (my work office) that’s 25c. Getting two more SP120’s to replace the stock EVGA fan and for the Push fan for the rad.

I’ll bundle it all up tonight, bring it home, and will post the temps. Damn that I didn’t see this with my 1080ti Hybrid.



A couple of fundamental differences between the 2080 Ti Hybrid and the 1080 Ti Hybrid:
(1) The 2080 Ti can consume much more power than the 1080 Ti (at least 50 W...maybe close to 75 W).  More power, but still the same dinky 120 mm, thin radiator
(2) The 2080 Ti "water cooling" head touches the memory.  In the 1080 Ti the memory was cooled by the "blower" fan
 
As said above, you will see a higher temperature on the 2080 Ti vs the 1080 Ti...but it's still much quieter and lower temperature compared to air cooled.
 
For the record, I run 2 of the Corsair ML120 Pro fans (Red LED, not RGB LED) in push/pull on the radiator.  With the fans at 75%, I can barely hear them and the card stays cool.
 
Post back here what you finally end up with! 


Push/Pull FTW, Mav.  I'm home, in a room with much better ambient temps (20c) and during my 4th Heaven Benchmark run (it's running while I type this), most all temps are between 53c and 57c.  It's not anywhere near as hot as it was without the push/pull config.  I will declare success with those temps.  Why would EVGA ship a ****ty 120mm fan and a ****ty 120mm Rad with a beast that pumps out more heat than my wife does when she's angry at me?
 
 
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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/02/26 17:10:06 (permalink)
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Push/Pull FTW, Mav.  I'm home, in a room with much better ambient temps (20c) and during my 4th Heaven Benchmark run (it's running while I type this), most all temps are between 53c and 57c.  It's not anywhere near as hot as it was without the push/pull config.  I will declare success with those temps.  Why would EVGA ship a ****ty 120mm fan and a ****ty 120mm Rad with a beast that pumps out more heat than my wife does when she's angry at me?
 

 
Well in all fairness the stock one did keep it cooler than the air cooled model for the most part right? 1 fan does better on mine but my case has pretty great airflow.  Only reason I want to try push/pull with mine is I may want to OC it at some point.  Maybe I will just put one of the Corsair fans on and see if it performs better than the EVGA one. 
 

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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/02/26 17:26:38 (permalink)
Mav - I’ve never had an air cooled 2080ti. I went from an air cooled 1080ti to the 1080ti FTW3 Hybrid to the 2080ti FTW Hybrid. Now, I’ve got 3 front intake fans taking in cool ambient air and exhausting that cool air through the CPU Rad, 2 top mounted fans taking in cool ambient air and bringing it into the case, and now one fan pushing that cool case air through the rad and one pulling the now warm (not hot) air out. The rad temps and hoses from the AIO are no longer really warm. Just slightly warm. So far, so good.
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Re: EVGA 2080 TI FTW3 HYBIRD - REALLY HOT TEMPS 2019/02/26 17:32:42 (permalink)
Ive only noticed a 1-2c difference with dual fans on the 1080ti ftw hybrid I use in my sons rig.. no point for me. Of course though I run it at 100% and maybe it makes a bigger difference with the hotter 2080ti.

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