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GTX 1080 temp 80+

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Posted · Original PosterOP

guys i have 
-PSU fsp hydro G 750

-ryzen 5 2600 with stock cooler
-asus gtx 1080 rog strix

-case with 2*120mm fan and 1*200mm fan on the side its this one http://www.lc-power.com/en/product/archive/cases/pro-920r-veritas/

-samsung evo 850 ssd

-WD Blue 500GB Desktop Hard Disk Drive - 7200 RPM SATA 6 Gb/s 16MB

-patriot viper 2*4gb 3000mhz

-gigabyte b350 gaming motherboard
nothing is overcloked its the same as i bought it .


when  i game for extended period of time my temps on 1080 goes up to 82 degrees C and as for CPU temps go up to 72C 
is that normal for stock or should i change something in my build for it to be safer 

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I don't see any reason why that setup would cause temps of 80C+. My 1080 SC barely goes over 70 without an OC and that case seems to have decent airflow.  I would return it just to be safe.


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15 minutes ago, Marijanusic said:

guys i have 
-PSU fsp hydro G 750

-ryzen 5 2600 with stock cooler
-asus gtx 1080 rog strix

-case with 2*120mm fan and 1*200mm fan on the side its this one http://www.lc-power.com/en/product/archive/cases/pro-920r-veritas/

-samsung evo 850 ssd

-WD Blue 500GB Desktop Hard Disk Drive - 7200 RPM SATA 6 Gb/s 16MB

-patriot viper 2*4gb 3000mhz

-gigabyte b350 gaming motherboard
nothing is overcloked its the same as i bought it .


when  i game for extended period of time my temps on 1080 goes up to 82 degrees C and as for CPU temps go up to 72C 
is that normal for stock or should i change something in my build for it to be safer 

Have you used the Gigabyte MB utility to set a custom fan curve for your case fans?

Have you used MSI Afterburner to set a custom fan curve for your GPU? (works for ASUS too).


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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, wONKEyeYEs said:

Have you used the Gigabyte MB utility to set a custom fan curve for your case fans?

Have you used MSI Afterburner to set a custom fan curve for your GPU? (works for ASUS too).

i havent used any of those and to be honest i dont know how i will have to research it if you think it will help but yes the fans on GPU dont turn on untill the temp reach 62C i think but thats stock settings right and as HW monitor it shows the fans reached max 2545 rpm on gpu

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1 minute ago, Marijanusic said:

i havent used any of those and to be honest i dont know how

Gigabyte manufacturer site will have the progs for case fan curves under Support.

APP Center / System Information Viewer does case fan curves.

Look up Support under your specific MB.

 

MSI Afterburner can be downloaded here at the bottom of the page.

You don;t need Kombustor or Predator capture.

 

 


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11 minutes ago, Marijanusic said:

if you think it will help

I like a curve which starts around 40% and ramps up to 100% between 60C and 75C.


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There is nothing wrong with 80c ,,, the GPU will be ok at 90c even when gaming.  Once you get to 100c then your in danger zone.


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Given the case structure, Id blame horrid airflow.

I assume they are all intake. The layout wouldn't work for an open air cooler. That's more of a blower style case.

Is the fan of the psu facing down? Is the second 120 used as exhaust at the back or intake on the bottom?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
19 minutes ago, Mick Naughty said:

Given the case structure, Id blame horrid airflow.

I assume they are all intake. The layout wouldn't work for an open air cooler. That's more of a blower style case.

Is the fan of the psu facing down? Is the second 120 used as exhaust at the back or intake on the bottom?

the PSU fan is facing down and the front and side case fan are intakes and the back fan is exhaust 
so i should get a new case and i was thinking about geting this one MS Industrial Titan PRO

its not know brand but it is afordable for me here in serbia given its spec for about 50 euro

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11 minutes ago, Marijanusic said:

the PSU fan is facing down and the front and side case fan are intakes and the back fan is exhaust 
so i should get a new case and i was thinking about geting this one MS Industrial Titan PRO

its not know brand but it is afordable for me here in serbia given its spec for about 50 euro

If the stock fans are still being used, they don’t offer great airflow. Do they change speed at all or have the little switch for them somewhere?

 

Between the cpu and gpu dumping heat in the case, the 120 on the rear prolly isn’t enough over all. I’d try with the side panel off and do a unigine benchmark to see where it the gpu maxes out at. Also with the fan on the default profile or max speed. 

 

Try to narrow down all the causes before stepping into another case, especially if it isn’t much better. Though the one you mentioned seems way better assuming the stock fans are subpar 


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Posted · Original PosterOP

the fans are swithed to motherboard so i asume the motherboard takes care of that and they do get louder as the temps go up now iw downloaded the msi afterburner and tryed setting a curve and it does help a bit now the temps dont go over 75C but the fans are spining at 90% to keep it that way 

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So all fans are going up including the case fans?


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1 hour ago, Mick Naughty said:

So all fans are going up including the case fans?

no the case fans are automatic controled from MB im still having isues downloading AP center from gigabyte since it doesnt let me update the app

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1 minute ago, Marijanusic said:

no the case fans are automatic controled from MB im still having isues downloading AP center from gigabyte since it doesnt let me update the app

Well try taking the side panel off and testing all the stuff I mentioned. Could try to use speed fan and set up the mobo fans that way. 


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Posted · Original PosterOP

still no luck with updating AP center from gigabyte it shows me this error when i try to update 
This driver cant release to failure!!

as for case side open il try that later since i dont want to take it apart now :D 

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17 minutes ago, Marijanusic said:

would switching case fans to molex from PSU help and not on Motherboard ?

idk never used a molex fan before that didn't have switch on it.


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