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2021/06/10 12:42:45 (permalink)
Upgrading from a 2070s where temps sat around 57C sometimes 62. I see the target for the 3080ti is 83 in X1. Was just gaming for a bit running around 70-71C. Is that normal for this big of card? 
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    Re: Question on 3080ti Temps 2021/06/10 13:24:50 (permalink)
    Sounds totally normal and not bad if that is just default settings.  Granted there are many factors at play with the case and fan configuration I would still suggest creating a custom fan curve for the card. That way you will likely get better cooling and can control how audible it is (and when it becomes more audible) and how much cooling you get.
     
    Not really relevant but this is what I am currently using with my Ti Hybrid:
     
    0-35c : 20%
    50c : 60%
    60c : 65%
    80c : 80%
    90c : 100%
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    Re: Question on 3080ti Temps 2021/06/10 13:34:38 (permalink)
    Thanks, yea this is totally default, out of the box and plugged in. are there any recommended fan curves for the big cards? I noticed when it was around 74c the fan% was around 53% not sure if that's normal or high or low for cooling GPU
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    Re: Question on 3080ti Temps 2021/06/10 13:41:23 (permalink)
    No problemo! My thought is to have the fans at 20% until you hit "gaming temps" or what it goes to under any load and then have it ramp up quickly to a speed that you can't hear too much and is bearable.  Then add additional points in Precision X1 and go up here and there. Note: As of Precision X1 version 1.2.0.0 "Default fan speed will be set to 33% when auto mode is disabled." but old habits die hard and it'll do what it'll do xD
     
    To test I would recommend using MSI Kombustor using the (GL) msi-01 (burn-in mode) Stress test running in the background.  That will likely stress your card more than most things.
     
    Remember the cooler the card is running the higher it will boost.  Have fun!
     
     
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    Re: Question on 3080ti Temps 2021/06/10 13:45:10 (permalink)
    So was just playing with mine a bit ago before work and I noticed that in a 74*f room my 3080Ti FTW3 Ultra Hybrid idled at 23C-25C. I'd like to point out though that I manually have my fans on at 70% because I like the airflow and could care less about noise. Saying the noise thing though, it isn't that loud but that's subjective. I did play CP2077 maxed on 2k for a few minutes and noticed the exhaust was warm but didn't look at temps as I was getting off to go to work. Hope that info helps a tiny bit?


     
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    Re: Question on 3080ti Temps 2021/06/10 14:00:58 (permalink)
    Is there any harm in this. I play with headphones so I don't care about sound really 

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    Re: Question on 3080ti Temps 2021/06/10 14:09:18 (permalink)
    Looks fine to me if there is no audible concern. (honestly you could probably forgo the 60C/60% mark as it isn't doing anything between it's surrounding dots ;)  You can highlight the dots and press delete if you want to remove, left click on the line to add additional.
     
    Just monitor temps and find a fan speed that keeps your card cool and around 70 and you'll be set.

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    Re: Question on 3080ti Temps 2021/06/10 14:27:19 (permalink)
    My 3080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid is generally in the low to mid 70s under sustained high loads so that seems to be normal (I am running out of the box stock settings currently as well).  I am coming from a 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid, which kept things a little cooler, however you need to keep in mind the TDP is about twice as much to power this beast so it makes sense it'd be warmer.  
     
     
    The most audible difference, at least for me, is the fan on the actual card to keep the vrms cool.  They generally run a decent margin hotter than the core itself so that fan ramps up pretty high and is very audible at 70ish%+.
     
    Other than fan curves, may be a good idea to swap out the stock fans on the radiator if you haven't.  You'd ideally want the GPU rad exhausting out the top of your case for best overall results as well.
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    Re: Question on 3080ti Temps 2021/06/10 15:13:06 (permalink)
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    My 3080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid is generally in the low to mid 70s under sustained high loads so that seems to be normal (I am running out of the box stock settings currently as well).  I am coming from a 1080 Ti FTW3 Hybrid, which kept things a little cooler, however you need to keep in mind the TDP is about twice as much to power this beast so it makes sense it'd be warmer.  
     
     
    The most audible difference, at least for me, is the fan on the actual card to keep the vrms cool.  They generally run a decent margin hotter than the core itself so that fan ramps up pretty high and is very audible at 70ish%+.
     
    Other than fan curves, may be a good idea to swap out the stock fans on the radiator if you haven't.  You'd ideally want the GPU rad exhausting out the top of your case for best overall results as well.




    That's why they added that whole other 120mm to the rad lol. 


     
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    Re: Question on 3080ti Temps 2021/06/10 15:19:00 (permalink)
    70-71 is perfect. These 3000 cards are designed to run hot and I believe they are rated at 90c or 100c. 


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    Re: Question on 3080ti Temps 2021/06/10 15:31:57 (permalink)
    I have similar concerns, I have a Meshify 2 with 3 140mm front intakes and 2 140mm exhausts at the back (one at the back and the other towards the rear end on the top exhaust) so I should have decent air flow. I came from a 3080 FE which I already thought was hot and maxed out around 80c. My FTW3 just hit 86c playing the same game that my FE hit 80c in. I know it consumes a little bit more power than the 3080 GPU but with the beefier cooler I was thinking I would get at least as good if not better temps. It's a bit surprising.
     
    For what it's worth I was running entirely stock settings. I'm going mess with fan curves and probably undervolt it, but when it was hitting 86c according to HWmonitor it was at 78% fan speed so that doesn't leave much headroom and I don't personally want to run fans above 80% anyway as they're noisy enough at 80%. This was a big surprise to me as I remember reading Techpowerups review of the 3080 FTW3 and it was a really cool and quiet card. So I just checked their review of the 80 Ti and they're having the same issue with temps/noise. How is a GPU that really doesn't draw that much more power than the regular 3080 run so much hotter with the same cooler?
     
     
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    Re: Question on 3080ti Temps 2021/06/10 15:35:10 (permalink)
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    Upgrading from a 2070s where temps sat around 57C sometimes 62. I see the target for the 3080ti is 83 in X1. Was just gaming for a bit running around 70-71C. Is that normal for this big of card? 




    Totally normal, totally average. Turn your brain off and go enjoy the card. 

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    Re: Question on 3080ti Temps 2021/08/18 19:19:08 (permalink)
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    I have similar concerns, I have a Meshify 2 with 3 140mm front intakes and 2 140mm exhausts at the back (one at the back and the other towards the rear end on the top exhaust) so I should have decent air flow. I came from a 3080 FE which I already thought was hot and maxed out around 80c. My FTW3 just hit 86c playing the same game that my FE hit 80c in. I know it consumes a little bit more power than the 3080 GPU but with the beefier cooler I was thinking I would get at least as good if not better temps. It's a bit surprising.
     
    For what it's worth I was running entirely stock settings. I'm going mess with fan curves and probably undervolt it, but when it was hitting 86c according to HWmonitor it was at 78% fan speed so that doesn't leave much headroom and I don't personally want to run fans above 80% anyway as they're noisy enough at 80%. This was a big surprise to me as I remember reading Techpowerups review of the 3080 FTW3 and it was a really cool and quiet card. So I just checked their review of the 80 Ti and they're having the same issue with temps/noise. How is a GPU that really doesn't draw that much more power than the regular 3080 run so much hotter with the same cooler?
     
     




    You have the same case as me and I'm having similar issues. Did you get something figured out that worked for you? This thing is toasty, add that to the chipset temps on my X570-e and I have heat anxiety :D I just want to game!
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    Re: Question on 3080ti Temps 2021/08/18 20:55:38 (permalink)
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    I have similar concerns, I have a Meshify 2 with 3 140mm front intakes and 2 140mm exhausts at the back (one at the back and the other towards the rear end on the top exhaust) so I should have decent air flow. I came from a 3080 FE which I already thought was hot and maxed out around 80c. My FTW3 just hit 86c playing the same game that my FE hit 80c in. I know it consumes a little bit more power than the 3080 GPU but with the beefier cooler I was thinking I would get at least as good if not better temps. It's a bit surprising.
     
    For what it's worth I was running entirely stock settings. I'm going mess with fan curves and probably undervolt it, but when it was hitting 86c according to HWmonitor it was at 78% fan speed so that doesn't leave much headroom and I don't personally want to run fans above 80% anyway as they're noisy enough at 80%. This was a big surprise to me as I remember reading Techpowerups review of the 3080 FTW3 and it was a really cool and quiet card. So I just checked their review of the 80 Ti and they're having the same issue with temps/noise. How is a GPU that really doesn't draw that much more power than the regular 3080 run so much hotter with the same cooler?
     
     




    You have the same case as me and I'm having similar issues. Did you get something figured out that worked for you? This thing is toasty, add that to the chipset temps on my X570-e and I have heat anxiety :D I just want to game!


    Yeah, the solution was selling the card and using a different one. This card is an absolute pile. The 3080 Ti in general is a waste due to the power draw increase over the 80 for a small performance leap, but EVGA went and increased the power draw even further by a fair bit for a tiny performance boost over a reference card. EVGA's cooler isn't that bad though definitely not the best on the market for AIB cards, but the problem is any air cooled card + 400W of power = a toasty GPU. Might be fine for people living in a cold climate that are willing to raise the fan speeds a bit, but this card is a no go for somebody living in Florida.
     
    Currently have a reference Radeon 6900XT which runs about 8c cooler while also having noticeably quieter fans under load due to maxing out at around 290W's. Also almost matches a 3080 Ti in terms of rasterization performance. I'm on the lookout for an MSI gaming X Trio/Asus Strixx 3080 though, as I would prefer to have DLSS and superior RT performance as an option. I do like the 6900XT's raw rasterization performance and power efficiency which is a funny thing to say about an AMD card.
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    Re: Question on 3080ti Temps 2021/08/18 21:03:09 (permalink)
    No problem here running a 3080 Ti FTW3 at 55C with 300w and 65C with 400w sustained, 68-70C with max power 4K 120hz VRR ~425w.  I'm amazed at how good the air cooler is if you properly supply it with air, given that my 3080 FTW3 Hybrid would run only about 15C cooler at max power ~375w-425w.  Many people have very questionable cooling configs but there is the occasional bad mount.
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