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SpanishOmega

Help! Overheating gpu!!

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Clean it then, or next time actually spend some effort on your threads asking for help.


y'all need to poop more often.

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Make sure that your airflow is decent inside your case and that the heatsinks on your card are clean. 86C doesn't seem to be too bad as long as it is not thermal throttling and you are fine with the fan noise, but it is still pretty hot.


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53 minutes ago, SpanishOmega said:

I don’t got an exhaust fan in my case atm. And it’s not throttling and stays pretty quite.

Well then it's not overheating. Nothing to worry about. I would get an exhaust fan for your case though.


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1 hour ago, SpanishOmega said:

I don’t got an exhaust fan in my case atm. And it’s not throttling and stays pretty quite.

It may not be thermal throttling below stock clock speeds, but it's almost certainly not going to be boosting as high as it could.  Your temps are safe, but there's room for improvement.

 

Make sure the heat sink is clean, makes sure case airflow is good (a rear exhaust fan will help here), and if desired you can increase the fan curve a little to see if that helps the temps lower down a bit.


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1 hour ago, RAS_3885 said:

It may not be thermal throttling below stock clock speeds, but it's almost certainly not going to be boosting as high as it could.  Your temps are safe, but there's room for improvement.

 

Make sure the heat sink is clean, makes sure case airflow is good (a rear exhaust fan will help here), and if desired you can increase the fan curve a little to see if that helps the temps lower down a bit.

Thank you for the help.

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 hour ago, RAS_3885 said:

It may not be thermal throttling below stock clock speeds, but it's almost certainly not going to be boosting as high as it could.  Your temps are safe, but there's room for improvement.

 

Make sure the heat sink is clean, makes sure case airflow is good (a rear exhaust fan will help here), and if desired you can increase the fan curve a little to see if that helps the temps lower down a bit.

Thank you for the assistance.

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