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RTX 2080Ti maximum temperature

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi guys...first time on the forum here!

 

Seems like there's a lot of wisdom around here so I thought I'd ask a question regarding some maximum temperature. Through my brother's company I've recently been able to get my hands on a Gigabyte RTX 2080 Ti Turbo ( website) It wasn't my first choice but at the price I just couldn't say no to it. However it is REALLY noisy. Like almost unbearable noisy when under load. I've messed around with a custom fan curve that compromises fan speed and temperature to around 84C. I know it's high but it is too high? That's my question. Lowering the temperature requires more fan speed and then it get too loud. It's completely stable at 84C but can I run it at those temps in the long run?

 

Thanks in advance!

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I could be wrong but the lower price was probably cuz of the blower cooling system or at least it has to be one of the reasons...

84C is not a temp i'm personally comfortable with but its not too bad. Actually, i think its around expected for blower cards...


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21 hours ago, TisseFrans said:

Hi guys...first time on the forum here!

 

Seems like there's a lot of wisdom around here so I thought I'd ask a question regarding some maximum temperature. Through my brother's company I've recently been able to get my hands on a Gigabyte RTX 2080 Ti Turbo ( website) It wasn't my first choice but at the price I just couldn't say no to it. However it is REALLY noisy. Like almost unbearable noisy when under load. I've messed around with a custom fan curve that compromises fan speed and temperature to around 84C. I know it's high but it is too high? That's my question. Lowering the temperature requires more fan speed and then it get too loud. It's completely stable at 84C but can I run it at those temps in the long run?

 

Thanks in advance!

if the bios is anything like the FE, 74 or 79 is better than 84 since the clocks get throttled harder at 84 anyway. You can set temp limit with afterburner. 84 is "ok" but i wouldn't run it that hot.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 hour ago, xg32 said:

if the bios is anything like the FE, 74 or 79 is better than 84 since the clocks get throttled harder at 84 anyway. You can set temp limit with afterburner. 84 is "ok" but i wouldn't run it that hot.

I've set the limit in Afterburner to 84c because I didn't want it to get hotter than that.Lowering the temperature just makes it too damn loud. :(

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