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Quick Question on RTX 2080 TI Blower Temp

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2019/08/13 20:05:11 (permalink)
Hi All,
 
Recently purchased EVGA RTX 2080 TI Blower for my ITX setup. Installed PrecisionX1 for temps monitoring (Idle temp = 39-44C)
I got average GPU temp of 84C while playing Monster Hunter / WoW on 1440p and High/Ultra Setting.
Am using NZXT H210i case, with 2 intake fan and 2 exhaust fan.
 
Understood that blower is not ideal for cooling (purchased for the size and case). Is it okay if the GC operating at 84C continuously?
 
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    Re: Quick Question on RTX 2080 TI Blower Temp 2019/08/13 20:33:50 (permalink)
    for the 2080ti the stock settings before it starts to pull back on boost clocks is 84c or 100% power draw. If you feel uncomfortable with the temps can you increase fan speed? 
     
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    Re: Quick Question on RTX 2080 TI Blower Temp 2019/08/13 21:19:58 (permalink)
    test with 3 fans Blowing In 
     
    that GPU is an exhaust & your at a Negative pressure with your :  "NZXT H210i case, with 2 intake fan and 2 exhaust fan"
     
    What about your PSU is that an exhaust also ?
     
    Case fans @ 100% speed while pushing your GPU ?
     
    Positives pressure usually cools best

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    Re: Quick Question on RTX 2080 TI Blower Temp 2019/08/13 21:52:35 (permalink)
    You could always use the Temp Target and keep the GPU at a certain temp level before reaching it's max temp of 89c.  It will just throttle it's performance and keep itself at the target you set it up as.
     
    Also, the blower is ideal for tight small builds since it will blow all that hot mess out the back versus a open cooling platform where it would have exhausted that hot air inside the tight confines of the case which I think would have been even hotter than what you're getting with the blower.
     
    If you want lower temps all around and don't care too much about noise levels, I would upgrade those case fans since they're only 1200 RPM max. 
     
    Also, if you're able to add a filter up top, I would than switch that to intake but for the time being, keep it as exhaust otherwise you'll just introduce dust all over your components.
     
     

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    Re: Quick Question on RTX 2080 TI Blower Temp 2019/08/14 00:18:12 (permalink)
    @blackpanther26
    Yep, throttling temp is set at 84C, in which effectively prevent temp >84C. Plan to tweak the GPU fan profile to try to reduce the temp.
     
    @CoolGTX / @GTXJackBauer
    Noted on the positive flow, might try to change top fan to intake for temp testing.

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    Re: Quick Question on RTX 2080 TI Blower Temp 2019/08/14 03:18:17 (permalink)
    maho08
    @blackpanther26
    Yep, throttling temp is set at 84C, in which effectively prevent temp >84C. Plan to tweak the GPU fan profile to try to reduce the temp.
     
    @CoolGTX / @GTXJackBauer
    Noted on the positive flow, might try to change top fan to intake for temp testing.
    Am using Noctua NF-A12x25 now at 60% rpm setting. Going to change to about 80-100% depending on noise (am using headphone most of the time anyway)




    If you're using those Noctuas, disregard about replacing case fans. lol  Those are some of the top fans to get.
     
    I almost forgot to add, you could add a hybrid kit to your GPU for cooler temps.  Now I'm not sure if the GPU's 120mm rad would fit as I'm not even sure what your other CPU cooler is and if it's a AIO, where it would be installed.

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    Re: Quick Question on RTX 2080 TI Blower Temp 2019/08/14 04:12:12 (permalink)
    GPU fan profile works; reduced to 76-80C on load (gaming) though the noise increases.
     
    Attached my setup below . I think AIO rad would fit as front intake.

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    Re: Quick Question on RTX 2080 TI Blower Temp 2019/08/14 04:57:10 (permalink)
    maho08
    GPU fan profile works; reduced to 76-80C on load (gaming) though the noise increases.
     
    Attached my setup below . I think AIO rad would fit as front intake.




    I think a AIO kit would fit perfectly in the front.

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    Re: Quick Question on RTX 2080 TI Blower Temp 2019/08/14 05:26:30 (permalink)
    Even as Exhaust in the back of case would help with GPU & Ram Temps --- front Intake would allow cooler air to keep the temps a little lower than the back exhaust

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