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2018/12/17 02:40:51 (permalink)
I recently got rid of my Asus Poseidon which had an overheating problem so I'm really paranoid about the new EVGA 2080 Ti FTW3 working as it should, especially for the price. It seems fine but I'm just checking for my peace of mind.
 
At idle I'm getting temps around 45°C and at 100% load it's hitting around 62°C with the fans only spinning up at 60°C. Do these temps all seem fine? My Poseidon was at 53°C at idle and 84-90°C on load caused by a fault whereby sagging caused the heatsink to separate from the hot stuff. This card is too expensive for it to run in any way other than as intended because I don't want to be left with another lump of hot garbage like with the Poseidon .
 
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Re: What are your temperatures at idle and load for EVGA 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra? 2018/12/17 02:55:59 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby James Haskew 2018/12/17 09:39:09
Your idle is a little high as I am around 32C to 35C and full load seems excellent as I am getting that too.


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Re: What are your temperatures at idle and load for EVGA 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra? 2018/12/17 03:33:42 (permalink) ☄ Helpfulby James Haskew 2018/12/17 09:39:02
Temperatures look great and your fans are turning on at the appropriate temperature!

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Re: What are your temperatures at idle and load for EVGA 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra? 2018/12/17 04:48:46 (permalink)
@badboy64 I think it may have a higher idle temp because the PC-O11 Dynamic hasn't got a direct path of escape for the hot air expelled by the GPU as there's no rear mounted fan in this case, and the fresh air that does come in from the back side of the case has to turn 90° to cool the card.
 
I may try attaching the lowest fan to the header on the GPU to see if it'll provide a bit more air to the bottom portion of the case; however, as long as it's getting the same temp on load as you – which is 60-63°C – then I'm okay with it. Thanks for easing my mind becasue this card is a seriously expensive piece of equipment, even when compared with the Poseidon!  

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Re: What are your temperatures at idle and load for EVGA 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra? 2018/12/17 05:54:33 (permalink)
Here is my 4 cards reference,

I am using Phanteks Evolv X case, all fans are Corsair ML120/140 @ performance speed

FTW3 in 100% fan speed

in single card BFV:
Idle on 32-35, full load 90-99% on 63-65

in SLI BFV:
1st card idle on 35-38, full load 90-99% on 75-78
2nd card idle on 32-36, full load 90-99% on 72-75
2 cards are OC +100core +500mem around 2050core 7500mem

XC Ultra in 100% fan speed

In single card BFV:
Idle on 36-40 , full load 90-99% on 70-73

in SLI BFV:
1st card idle on 38-42, full load 90-99% on 80-84 [**will hit the temperature limit to drop core MHz]
2nd card idle on 36-40, full load 90-99% on 76-78
2 cards are OC +100core +500mem around 1950core 7500mem

**the SLI fullload just a test if i dont limit the FPS, i am using 4k 144hz monior , not much game can load 2 GPUs to 100% loading, even daily turn on G-sync and locked FPS under 144 to playing BFV DX11 on SLI ultra graphic setting just load 2GPU on 60-70%. Two FTW SLI can hold the temperature on 68-72.
post edited by Zephaniah Ching - 2018/12/17 06:11:05

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Re: What are your temperatures at idle and load for EVGA 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra? 2018/12/17 06:45:43 (permalink)
I  think I have an issue with my 2080 ti ftw3 my temps are in the 70s when playing bf5 it doesn't matter if the fan speed is at 20  or 80% , or if its overclocked or not it will reach 72c no matter what  its makin the rest of my components hotter too for example my 8086k is running 12c hotter . to make sure it wasn't my case I put back my old 1080 ti made by asus and my temps are in the mid 50s rarely reaches 58c and that card is overclocked at only 50% fan speed not everyone is gonna think im crazy saying 72c is a good temp but not when you live in Connecticut at this time of the year and don't have heater at home im pretty sure this card will reach 90s easy in the summer what can I do about it . is evga cooling that bad or asus is just too ****ing good?
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Re: What are your temperatures at idle and load for EVGA 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra? 2018/12/17 07:57:15 (permalink)
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I recently got rid of my Asus Poseidon which had an overheating problem so I'm really paranoid about the new EVGA 2080 Ti FTW3 working as it should, especially for the price. It seems fine but I'm just checking for my peace of mind.
 
At idle I'm getting temps around 45°C and at 100% load it's hitting around 62°C with the fans only spinning up at 60°C. Do these temps all seem fine? My Poseidon was at 53°C at idle and 84-90°C on load caused by a fault whereby sagging caused the heatsink to separate from the hot stuff. This card is too expensive for it to run in any way other than as intended because I don't want to be left with another lump of hot garbage like with the Poseidon .
 
Thanks for looking!




I have very similar temps with my FTW3 and I am using a Lian-li Dynamic too. I have 3 fans + radiator at the top of the case as exhaust and 3 fans on the side as intake.
Btw, I am using the vertical mount for the card.

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Re: What are your temperatures at idle and load for EVGA 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra? 2018/12/17 08:15:43 (permalink)
There it is then! (above post ^) The only difference is that mine is installed horizontally. I would have thought that it might improve temps slightly by mounting it vertically in the PC-O11, as the heat isn't being trapped by the side of the case and the width of the card. I only just managed to get the GPU installed by crushing the cables lightly against the side panel becasue the FTW3 is so wide; I was amazed that it dwarfed the Poseidon because that was a chunky card! 
post edited by James Haskew - 2018/12/17 09:37:05

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Re: What are your temperatures at idle and load for EVGA 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra? 2018/12/17 09:25:57 (permalink)
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I  think I have an issue with my 2080 ti ftw3 my temps are in the 70s when playing bf5 it doesn't matter if the fan speed is at 20  or 80% , or if its overclocked or not it will reach 72c no matter what  its makin the rest of my components hotter too for example my 8086k is running 12c hotter . to make sure it wasn't my case I put back my old 1080 ti made by asus and my temps are in the mid 50s rarely reaches 58c and that card is overclocked at only 50% fan speed not everyone is gonna think im crazy saying 72c is a good temp but not when you live in Connecticut at this time of the year and don't have heater at home im pretty sure this card will reach 90s easy in the summer what can I do about it . is evga cooling that bad or asus is just too ****ing good?




Well my last card was an Asus Poseidon that hit 90 degrees most times while gaming, and was the reason I went for an EVGA card this time, so no, quality products are not unique to any one manufacturer, I think it's just down to luck with PC components. However, it seems as though your card is definitely running hotter than mine and everyone else's that have replied to me on here so maybe contact EVGA directly and ask them if the card is within safe operating limits, becasue I didn't see my problem with the Poseidon until it was too late and couldn't get it refunded or fixed. When you're dealing with components that are this expensive it's better to be completely sure they're running right becasue you don't know if that problem will worsen over time if there's already something wrong with it.

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Re: What are your temperatures at idle and load for EVGA 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra? 2018/12/24 15:31:07 (permalink)
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I  think I have an issue with my 2080 ti ftw3 my temps are in the 70s when playing bf5 it doesn't matter if the fan speed is at 20  or 80% , or if its overclocked or not it will reach 72c no matter what  its makin the rest of my components hotter too for example my 8086k is running 12c hotter . to make sure it wasn't my case I put back my old 1080 ti made by asus and my temps are in the mid 50s rarely reaches 58c and that card is overclocked at only 50% fan speed not everyone is gonna think im crazy saying 72c is a good temp but not when you live in Connecticut at this time of the year and don't have heater at home im pretty sure this card will reach 90s easy in the summer what can I do about it . is evga cooling that bad or asus is just too ****ing good?




Well my last card was an Asus Poseidon that hit 90 degrees most times while gaming, and was the reason I went for an EVGA card this time, so no, quality products are not unique to any one manufacturer, I think it's just down to luck with PC components. However, it seems as though your card is definitely running hotter than mine and everyone else's that have replied to me on here so maybe contact EVGA directly and ask them if the card is within safe operating limits, becasue I didn't see my problem with the Poseidon until it was too late and couldn't get it refunded or fixed. When you're dealing with components that are this expensive it's better to be completely sure they're running right becasue you don't know if that problem will worsen over time if there's already something wrong with it.


I contacted evga they say as long ass the card is under 80c you not losing any performance I know for sure this card in the summer will hit 90s c the only reason it only at 72c right now its because its cold as hell here in Connecticut  my gaming set up is in my basement so I cant get heater down  here to prevent problems in the future I decided to return the product and eat that stupid ass 15% restocking fee had msi and asus in the past built like 5 pcs and never had to rma any part not even fans this is the first time I get an evga product and its a piece of s... if my heavy overclocked asus 1080ti pulling 340watts from the wall can stay at 55c then 72 is way too high for this ftw3 2080ti 
 
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Re: What are your temperatures at idle and load for EVGA 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra? 2018/12/27 12:06:01 (permalink)
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I  think I have an issue with my 2080 ti ftw3 my temps are in the 70s when playing bf5 it doesn't matter if the fan speed is at 20  or 80% , or if its overclocked or not it will reach 72c no matter what  its makin the rest of my components hotter too for example my 8086k is running 12c hotter . to make sure it wasn't my case I put back my old 1080 ti made by asus and my temps are in the mid 50s rarely reaches 58c and that card is overclocked at only 50% fan speed not everyone is gonna think im crazy saying 72c is a good temp but not when you live in Connecticut at this time of the year and don't have heater at home im pretty sure this card will reach 90s easy in the summer what can I do about it . is evga cooling that bad or asus is just too ****ing good?




Well my last card was an Asus Poseidon that hit 90 degrees most times while gaming, and was the reason I went for an EVGA card this time, so no, quality products are not unique to any one manufacturer, I think it's just down to luck with PC components. However, it seems as though your card is definitely running hotter than mine and everyone else's that have replied to me on here so maybe contact EVGA directly and ask them if the card is within safe operating limits, becasue I didn't see my problem with the Poseidon until it was too late and couldn't get it refunded or fixed. When you're dealing with components that are this expensive it's better to be completely sure they're running right becasue you don't know if that problem will worsen over time if there's already something wrong with it.


I contacted evga they say as long ass the card is under 80c you not losing any performance I know for sure this card in the summer will hit 90s c the only reason it only at 72c right now its because its cold as hell here in Connecticut  my gaming set up is in my basement so I cant get heater down  here to prevent problems in the future I decided to return the product and eat that stupid ass 15% restocking fee had msi and asus in the past built like 5 pcs and never had to rma any part not even fans this is the first time I get an evga product and its a piece of s... if my heavy overclocked asus 1080ti pulling 340watts from the wall can stay at 55c then 72 is way too high for this ftw3 2080ti 
 


I'm afraid you may be disappointed then, as testing from sites have put the EVGA FTW3 at the lower temps for 2080 Ti.
 
https://www.techpowerup.com/reviews/EVGA/GeForce_RTX_2080_Ti_FTW3_Ultra/37.html
 
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Re: What are your temperatures at idle and load for EVGA 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra? 2018/12/27 20:09:36 (permalink)
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I  think I have an issue with my 2080 ti ftw3 my temps are in the 70s when playing bf5 it doesn't matter if the fan speed is at 20  or 80% , or if its overclocked or not it will reach 72c no matter what  its makin the rest of my components hotter too for example my 8086k is running 12c hotter . to make sure it wasn't my case I put back my old 1080 ti made by asus and my temps are in the mid 50s rarely reaches 58c and that card is overclocked at only 50% fan speed not everyone is gonna think im crazy saying 72c is a good temp but not when you live in Connecticut at this time of the year and don't have heater at home im pretty sure this card will reach 90s easy in the summer what can I do about it . is evga cooling that bad or asus is just too ****ing good?




Some fresh news to report. I was testing the card's temperatures and performance with Furmark, and the card was hitting 100% load and staying at 62°C, that's the truth; however, I decided to max out the Witcher for the first time ever with my £1350 card, getting ready for near silent operation at frosty temperatures, undoing my trousers at the prospect of experiencing the pinnacle of technological bliss, and lo and behold! I'm at 76°C with the fans at 80% on auto, which already sounds like a harrier jet taking off inside my room, so I bump it up to 100% fans manually and then the temperature finally comes down to around the mid-60s, but with the fans making it sound as if the Earth is about to disappear into an Event Horizon. Am I missing something with this PC business? I started out with an Alienware 17 with a GTX 1080 and the noise of the fans on full load seemed completely fine. So I think to myself, being the stupid greedy monkey that I am, that I'll upgrade to a desktop becasue all I see on tech forums and on tech YouTube channels, is parrots extolling the brilliance of desktop performance over that of gaming laptops, and yet every single thing I've learned from this thoroughly miserable journey is that it's all complete and utter lies and hyperbole. What is it that I'm acquiring with this ridiculously expensive lump that's taking up the entire corner of my office space, that an almost zero-real estate, portable laptop, that's infinitely quieter than this thing on gaming loads, isn't giving me? At 3440x1440 I'm only getting 90-100fps at max settings but for that my room is like a sauna and it's so unbearably loud I can't possibly play it like that. Am I doing something wrong? Check my specs in the horrific footer of this soul destroying message would you and tell me what it is I'm doing wrong, becasue everything I've bought is pretty much the best you buy for a gaming rig in 2018 and I know it's all built properly and there's literally no more I can do about airflow in this case? Or is this is the reality, becasue if it is then why on Earth would anyone invest so much when you play on a PS4 in near silence and it look nowhere near as bad graphically as I've seen some people claim in the forums. I'm honestly lost here. This noise cannot be right.

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Re: What are your temperatures at idle and load for EVGA 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra? 2018/12/27 20:15:00 (permalink)
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Re: What are your temperatures at idle and load for EVGA 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra? 2018/12/29 21:01:13 (permalink)
I have been seeing between 25°C and 30°C at idle and the highest I have seen under load has been 42°C.  The higher load temp was seen more recently when the ambient temperature was in the mid to high 70's F.  Any other time I have seen temps under load in the mid to high 30's C (even when overclocking). 
 
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Re: What are your temperatures at idle and load for EVGA 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra? 2018/12/29 23:00:38 (permalink)
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Well my last card was an Asus Poseidon that hit 90 degrees most times while gaming, and was the reason I went for an EVGA card this time, so no, quality products are not unique to any one manufacturer, I think it's just down to luck with PC components. 
 

 
Has nothing to do with luck in components, excluding silicon lottery for higher clocks.  It has everything to do with running a GPU or a CPU for that matter at 90c frequently and for long periods of time.  You degrade the silicon and eventually it will give which it did in your case.  Heat is the #1 killer for electronics.  If you want to keep something around for many years, keep it nice and cool.
 
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I contacted evga they say as long ass the card is under 80c you not losing any performance I know for sure this card in the summer will hit 90s c the only reason it only at 72c right now its because its cold as hell here in Connecticut  my gaming set up is in my basement so I cant get heater down  here to prevent problems in the future I decided to return the product and eat that stupid ass 15% restocking fee had msi and asus in the past built like 5 pcs and never had to rma any part not even fans this is the first time I get an evga product and its a piece of s... if my heavy overclocked asus 1080ti pulling 340watts from the wall can stay at 55c then 72 is way too high for this ftw3 2080ti 
 

 
What EVGA said is correct.  It will eventually start to throttle once the temps reach a certain point since 89c is the max temp rated for these Turing GPUs.  So yes, you'll want to think of a way to keep those temps low for summer time if possible.  Dependent on your ambient room temps during summer, you might be able to cool it off even further with a EVGA AIO kit.

James Haskew
 
 
Some fresh news to report. I was testing the card's temperatures and performance with Furmark, and the card was hitting 100% load and staying at 62°C, that's the truth; however, I decided to max out the Witcher for the first time ever with my £1350 card, getting ready for near silent operation at frosty temperatures, undoing my trousers at the prospect of experiencing the pinnacle of technological bliss, and lo and behold! I'm at 76°C with the fans at 80% on auto, which already sounds like a harrier jet taking off inside my room, so I bump it up to 100% fans manually and then the temperature finally comes down to around the mid-60s, but with the fans making it sound as if the Earth is about to disappear into an Event Horizon. Am I missing something with this PC business? I started out with an Alienware 17 with a GTX 1080 and the noise of the fans on full load seemed completely fine. So I think to myself, being the stupid greedy monkey that I am, that I'll upgrade to a desktop becasue all I see on tech forums and on tech YouTube channels, is parrots extolling the brilliance of desktop performance over that of gaming laptops, and yet every single thing I've learned from this thoroughly miserable journey is that it's all complete and utter lies and hyperbole. What is it that I'm acquiring with this ridiculously expensive lump that's taking up the entire corner of my office space, that an almost zero-real estate, portable laptop, that's infinitely quieter than this thing on gaming loads, isn't giving me? At 3440x1440 I'm only getting 90-100fps at max settings but for that my room is like a sauna and it's so unbearably loud I can't possibly play it like that. Am I doing something wrong? Check my specs in the horrific footer of this soul destroying message would you and tell me what it is I'm doing wrong, becasue everything I've bought is pretty much the best you buy for a gaming rig in 2018 and I know it's all built properly and there's literally no more I can do about airflow in this case? Or is this is the reality, becasue if it is then why on Earth would anyone invest so much when you play on a PS4 in near silence and it look nowhere near as bad graphically as I've seen some people claim in the forums. I'm honestly lost here. This noise cannot be right.






Apples and oranges.  1080 is much less in wattage than a 1080 TI or a RTX 2080 Ti FTW3.  Make sure you pay attention to the TDP of said GPU as well as case air flow, ambient room temps, etc.  All of these types of variables will play a role on how your air cooled GPU will perform and sound.  If you really can't stand the sound and want cooler temps but don't want to go custom liquid cooling, have a look at the EVGA AIO Kit.  Great budget way to get cooler temps and a quieter setup.
 

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Re: What are your temperatures at idle and load for EVGA 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra? 2018/12/29 23:40:29 (permalink)
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Well my last card was an Asus Poseidon that hit 90 degrees most times while gaming, and was the reason I went for an EVGA card this time, so no, quality products are not unique to any one manufacturer, I think it's just down to luck with PC components. 
 

 
Has nothing to do with luck in components, excluding silicon lottery for higher clocks.  It has everything to do with running a GPU or a CPU for that matter at 90c frequently and for long periods of time.  You degrade the silicon and eventually it will give which it did in your case.  Heat is the #1 killer for electronics.  If you want to keep something around for many years, keep it nice and cool.
 
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No, my Poseidon had problem whereby the cold plate did not make proper contact with the GPU die and caused higher than normal temperatures, which I didn't take into account properly becasue I came onto forums such as this one and was told it was 'the bad airflow in my Dark Base 700' that was causing high temperatures, causing me to send that back and buy another case, and then realise it wasn't the airflow it was a faulty card (those smart fellows and their terrible advice ). I didn't know this until I started doing proper research into it as I'd not got the chance to game with it really due to not having the time from working to play games. If you look into it, this issue with the Poseidon was reported by several people, becasue the weight of the cooler was causing sag immediately out of the box. I even had some fool informing me that I'd purchased the wrong components and "here's a list of components you should have bought." How much better off I would've been if someone had said that it sounded wrong that I was getting such high temperatures out of the box. It's because of people like you misinforming people like me and the other poster who actually has a heat concern that leads people with genuine problems to think it's THEIR fault that something they paid through the nose for isn't working as it should.
 
As well as that problem, I and friends of mine have bought cards that outright didn't work out of the box in one PC but do in another, that work after a VBIOS update, that are straight up faulty, and they can come from EVGA, ASUS, and whoever else. So my point that luck plays a big part regarding PC components is completely valid. What you're insinuating is that user error is the cause for all the problems with technology, and not – as I have found is more likely the case – that the user was sold a faulty product in the first place. There seems to be a higher incidence of components not working together in the enthusiast PC space and I suppose it comes down to having so much variation in manufacture and component selection. It's why EVGA are so lenient with their RMA system. In how many other hobbies do you see strings of forum pages talking about RMA procedures? Surely it isn't just because PC enthusiasts are overly fastidious. And even if they are, so what? When I'm paying £1400 for a single component I have a right to be picky. The original question I posted was are the temperatures I see in line with the majority so I can see whether I've bought a dud, which apparently doesn't exist in your world, I've just got to keep it nice and cool .
 

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Re: What are your temperatures at idle and load for EVGA 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra? 2018/12/30 06:43:06 (permalink)
That still doesn't mean you had the same issue and honestly, maybe some did have loose plates somehow because the screws weren't completely tightened but that still doesn't mean everyone had the same issue because GPUs have been sagging for decades. lol 
 
Any issue whether its bad cooler seating, cold plate or w/e else that produces high temps should be given priority and fixed.  Too many variables to easily place blame but if the user is running a high temp GPU, don't be surprised if it dies and blame is placed on them.  

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Re: What are your temperatures at idle and load for EVGA 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra? 2019/01/02 17:56:42 (permalink)
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That still doesn't mean you had the same issue and honestly, maybe some did have loose plates somehow because the screws weren't completely tightened but that still doesn't mean everyone had the same issue because GPUs have been sagging for decades. lol 
 
Any issue whether its bad cooler seating, cold plate or w/e else that produces high temps should be given priority and fixed.  Too many variables to easily place blame but if the user is running a high temp GPU, don't be surprised if it dies and blame is placed on them.  


 

 
I'm telling you that was what was wrong with my GPU, and you say no👏. And your opinion now is that there are too many variables, when before it was pretty clear you thought it was user error. If I’d been told that 90 degrees and thermal throttling out of the box seemed a little odd then I would’ve checked other solutions besides adding more fans and buying a new case. Your advice for a hot card is to in every situation that arises is to . . . keep it cool😎, beautiful👏. I could punch myself now when I think of how I trusted the rubbish I read on those forums. With the antecedents of my experience with PC components being as they have, getting components that work as they should has been about luck of the draw and not user error. I’d also say be very careful about going to a forum, especially in the first place, rather, contact the manufacturer instead of having your brain scoffed by condescending knowitalls who waste your time waving their technomembers around while giving out truly awful advice . . . hang on a minute!
 

 
Well that's your sag remark destroyed becasue you don't know what you're talking about: it's an aesthetic problem and not a thermal concern. The presenter even seems surprised that the outcome wasn't the same as the guff you're throwing about. There's a sea of misinformation in the PC enthusiast world, perpetuated by people that have never actually experienced any of the problems they're advising people about. Unless you've experienced a problem and found a solution for it that worked for you, you should keep your grubby little fingers away from your keyboard and stop giving people false information because you think you're smarter than what you are. And if you've paid £1000+ for a component and it doesn't work out of the box without you having to alter your entire PC around it to make it work – especially when everything was fine until that component entered your build – then send it back and keep doing so until it does arrive at your door working, because you've just lucked out.

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Re: What are your temperatures at idle and load for EVGA 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra? 2019/01/02 21:20:48 (permalink)
Mine usually idles from 29-32°c and full load gets to 65°c max, and that's also at 2185-2210mhz, 7900mhz ram full full max power, max voltage.
The cooling performance on this card has by far been the most impressive cooling I've ever had
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Re: What are your temperatures at idle and load for EVGA 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra? 2019/01/02 22:15:48 (permalink)
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Mine usually idles from 29-32°c and full load gets to 65°c max, and that's also at 2185-2210mhz, 7900mhz ram full full max power, max voltage.
The cooling performance on this card has by far been the most impressive cooling I've ever had



Hi, can you elaborate on how you have your card set up please? Are fans set to auto; are you using Precision X1; are you switching to a different or manual fan curve during heavy loads; what case and other components are you using; where do you live and what's your average ambient temperature; what is the noise of the fans like on load and idling; are you getting any coil whine with or without GSync/VSync on/off; is 65°C your absolute temperature limit and does it always hit that temp no matter the load; and anything else you can think of . There are so many varying factors at play here, and most have a significant effect on the operating conditions of the card, that it's important to know everything that's going on regarding the GPU. Mine, for instance, has a maximum temperature of about 78°C while playing the Witcher but doesn't go above 62°C when bench-marking on full load with Unigine Heaven or EVGA OCScanner; without using Precision X1 the fans kick on at 60°C while using it they come on at varying temperatures but usually around 45°C, and while at 30-50% emit an unbearable insect clicking sound and when on heavy load the card has coil whine so bad – even when VSync is on and frames are limited – that the game sounds are penetrated through my headphones by a hideous insect whine that distracts from my experience of playing games; then there's the differing noise profiles of the fans at different percentages and while playing at high resolutions such as on my Alienware ultrawide. I have what could be described as one of the best contemporary gaming hardware specifications it#'s possible to have, and there are three fans drawing cool air in from outside and exhausting through the 360 CPU radiator fans out of the top, and the CPU is nice and cool even at full load, and I'm in England in winter, so airflow and temperatures in my case aren't a factor. So far I've been as far from impressed with its performance as you can get. I'd rather it wasn't that way.

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Re: What are your temperatures at idle and load for EVGA 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra? 2019/01/02 22:40:40 (permalink)
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Mine usually idles from 29-32°c and full load gets to 65°c max, and that's also at 2185-2210mhz, 7900mhz ram full full max power, max voltage.
The cooling performance on this card has by far been the most impressive cooling I've ever had



Hi, can you elaborate on how you have your card set up please? Are fans set to auto; are you using Precision X1; are you switching to a different or manual fan curve during heavy loads; what case and other components are you using; where do you live and what's your average ambient temperature; what is the noise of the fans like on load and idling; are you getting any coil whine with or without GSync/VSync on/off; is 65°C your absolute temperature limit and does it always hit that temp no matter the load; and anything else you can think of . There are so many varying factors at play here, and most have a significant effect on the operating conditions of the card, that it's important to know everything that's going on regarding the GPU. Mine, for instance, has a maximum temperature of about 78°C while playing the Witcher but doesn't go above 62°C when bench-marking on full load with Unigine Heaven or EVGA OCScanner; without using Precision X1 the fans kick on at 60°C while using it they come on at varying temperatures but usually around 45°C, and while at 30-50% emit an unbearable insect clicking sound and when on heavy load the card has coil whine so bad – even when VSync is on and frames are limited – that the game sounds are penetrated through my headphones by a hideous insect whine that distracts from my experience of playing games; then there's the differing noise profiles of the fans at different percentages and while playing at high resolutions such as on my Alienware ultrawide. I have what could be described as one of the best contemporary gaming hardware specifications it#'s possible to have, and there are three fans drawing cool air in from outside and exhausting through the 360 CPU radiator fans out of the top, and the CPU is nice and cool even at full load, and I'm in England in winter, so airflow and temperatures in my case aren't a factor. So far I've been as far from impressed with its performance as you can get. I'd rather it wasn't that way.


66°f ambient usually, I like it cold.
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If I kick off vsync and actually let it go full load 65°, most games with vsync on it'll stay around 55°
Running 4k as well so the memory is nice and loaded too.

I'm having to rma my card. Here's to hoping that my new card has as good of thermal performance.
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Re: What are your temperatures at idle and load for EVGA 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra? 2019/01/03 00:53:43 (permalink)
Im getting mine tomorrow so excited 😄 lets hope it performs well. Propably going to use it week or two before putting it under water to make sure it works 😅. Anything i should do before installing it? Im plug and play type guy and hope it work that way.
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Re: What are your temperatures at idle and load for EVGA 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra? 2019/01/03 00:54:49 (permalink)
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Im getting mine tomorrow so excited 😄 lets hope it performs well. Propably going to use it week or two before putting it under water to make sure it works 😅. Anything i should do before installing it? Im plug and play type guy and hope it work that way.

Just the regular. Run display driver uninstaller in New card mode. Shut down, pop in your card and then install the drivers
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Re: What are your temperatures at idle and load for EVGA 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra? 2019/01/03 09:14:33 (permalink)
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Mine usually idles from 29-32°c and full load gets to 65°c max, and that's also at 2185-2210mhz, 7900mhz ram full full max power, max voltage.
The cooling performance on this card has by far been the most impressive cooling I've ever had

I would like to see your clocks at 2185-2210mhz on aircooling in perhaps 3DMark score. Just asking as a friendly post.


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Re: What are your temperatures at idle and load for EVGA 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra? 2019/01/03 15:24:14 (permalink)
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Mine usually idles from 29-32°c and full load gets to 65°c max, and that's also at 2185-2210mhz, 7900mhz ram full full max power, max voltage.
The cooling performance on this card has by far been the most impressive cooling I've ever had

I would like to see your clocks at 2185-2210mhz on aircooling in perhaps 3DMark score. Just asking as a friendly post.


I'd love to bench it out at that but unfortunately I've began the rma process due to space invaders. Don't think I can get it stable that high, or long at the moment.
Hoping my new card does half as well on the OC :/ and temps
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Re: What are your temperatures at idle and load for EVGA 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra? 2019/01/03 17:16:08 (permalink)
 
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Mine usually idles from 29-32°c and full load gets to 65°c max, and that's also at 2185-2210mhz, 7900mhz ram full full max power, max voltage.
The cooling performance on this card has by far been the most impressive cooling I've ever had

I would like to see your clocks at 2185-2210mhz on aircooling in perhaps 3DMark score. Just asking as a friendly post.


I'd love to bench it out at that but unfortunately I've began the rma process due to space invaders. Don't think I can get it stable that high, or long at the moment.
Hoping my new card does half as well on the OC :/ and temps



What was the conclusion as to why that was happening? Was your card the FTW3 because that has a different PCB to the reference design?

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Re: What are your temperatures at idle and load for EVGA 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra? 2019/01/03 17:28:47 (permalink)
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Mine usually idles from 29-32°c and full load gets to 65°c max, and that's also at 2185-2210mhz, 7900mhz ram full full max power, max voltage.
The cooling performance on this card has by far been the most impressive cooling I've ever had

I would like to see your clocks at 2185-2210mhz on aircooling in perhaps 3DMark score. Just asking as a friendly post.


I'd love to bench it out at that but unfortunately I've began the rma process due to space invaders. Don't think I can get it stable that high, or long at the moment.
Hoping my new card does half as well on the OC :/ and temps



What was the conclusion as to why that was happening? Was your card the FTW3 because that has a different PCB to the reference design?


Never really got a why. And yea, the FTW3, but support says space invaders are a surefire sign of a bad card. But I'm gaming on it right now and having no issues, just won't dare install precision x1 as my cards stable as long as it isn't installed. Even without oc that program seems to break everything for me
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Re: What are your temperatures at idle and load for EVGA 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra? 2019/01/03 18:04:03 (permalink)
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Mine usually idles from 29-32°c and full load gets to 65°c max, and that's also at 2185-2210mhz, 7900mhz ram full full max power, max voltage.
The cooling performance on this card has by far been the most impressive cooling I've ever had

I would like to see your clocks at 2185-2210mhz on aircooling in perhaps 3DMark score. Just asking as a friendly post.


I'd love to bench it out at that but unfortunately I've began the rma process due to space invaders. Don't think I can get it stable that high, or long at the moment.
Hoping my new card does half as well on the OC :/ and temps



What was the conclusion as to why that was happening? Was your card the FTW3 because that has a different PCB to the reference design?


Never really got a why. And yea, the FTW3, but support says space invaders are a surefire sign of a bad card. But I'm gaming on it right now and having no issues, just won't dare install precision x1 as my cards stable as long as it isn't installed. Even without oc that program seems to break everything for me



QC must've been pulling 70 hour weeks before the launch of the 20 series cards. It's a shame because everything else you've said about the card sounds about what I was actually expecting for the money I paid . Hopefully you don't get a nasty, hot, noisy lump as a replacement! Let us know how you get on with the RMA.

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Re: What are your temperatures at idle and load for EVGA 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra? 2019/01/03 18:39:00 (permalink)
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Mine usually idles from 29-32°c and full load gets to 65°c max, and that's also at 2185-2210mhz, 7900mhz ram full full max power, max voltage.
The cooling performance on this card has by far been the most impressive cooling I've ever had

I would like to see your clocks at 2185-2210mhz on aircooling in perhaps 3DMark score. Just asking as a friendly post.


I'd love to bench it out at that but unfortunately I've began the rma process due to space invaders. Don't think I can get it stable that high, or long at the moment.
Hoping my new card does half as well on the OC :/ and temps



What was the conclusion as to why that was happening? Was your card the FTW3 because that has a different PCB to the reference design?


Never really got a why. And yea, the FTW3, but support says space invaders are a surefire sign of a bad card. But I'm gaming on it right now and having no issues, just won't dare install precision x1 as my cards stable as long as it isn't installed. Even without oc that program seems to break everything for me



QC must've been pulling 70 hour weeks before the launch of the 20 series cards. It's a shame because everything else you've said about the card sounds about what I was actually expecting for the money I paid . Hopefully you don't get a nasty, hot, noisy lump as a replacement! Let us know how you get on with the RMA.


Yea until this I thought I had the golden ticket. 2.2ghz capable, silent and icy. 7900mhz stable memory etc.

I'm sad to give it up and still really believe px1 played a part in killing it

Still gaming solid though

Maybe I'll get lucky and it was a fluke. Fingers crossed, though I know how slim those chances are
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Re: What are your temperatures at idle and load for EVGA 2080 Ti FTW3 Ultra? 2019/01/03 22:57:15 (permalink)
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Mine usually idles from 29-32°c and full load gets to 65°c max, and that's also at 2185-2210mhz, 7900mhz ram full full max power, max voltage.
The cooling performance on this card has by far been the most impressive cooling I've ever had

I would like to see your clocks at 2185-2210mhz on aircooling in perhaps 3DMark score. Just asking as a friendly post.


I'd love to bench it out at that but unfortunately I've began the rma process due to space invaders. Don't think I can get it stable that high, or long at the moment.
Hoping my new card does half as well on the OC :/ and temps

Sorry to here that. I have 2 of the 2080Ti FTW3 Ultra and none have given me any problems at all and the first one was in my hands on the end of September which couldn't hit 2080mhz{104mhz core clock} stable but my 2nd one  which was purchased at the beginning of December would easily do 165mhz core and 1000+mhz memory on aircooling.


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