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RTX 2070 hits the same temps even with fans on 100%

22 minutes ago, Stockholmes said:

Yeah that's probably it. Tbh, I wouldn't worry about sub 80 degrees, sure having it cooler would be better but these things are specced to work at around 80-85c. If it bothers you, you could get a better cooler. How many fans does your cooler have / which model is your 2070?

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It's actually this 2070 Super, no idea why I put 2070. I tried taking the core and memory clock down 200 each and it made no difference, both hit about 75 within no time at all really. It's just the stock fans that come on the card. Just a little quieter and cooler would be nice but I guess I can always just put the PC under my desk for less noise. 

 

I just feel like it should be way cooler really. I took the front and side of my case off and put all fans on 100% and then it stopped around 63-64. That's the only time I've been able to make even a bit of difference really. 

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I have an RTX 2070 that performs well, however I have a problem with the temps. The GPU hits around 78 degrees C after gaming for a little while and just kind of stops there. I know this isn't insanely catastrophic but it is a bit higher than I would like really. The problem really lies in the fact that even if I put my case fans to full speed and my GPU fans to 100%, the temperatures stay the same, maybe go down 1 degree. I have tried taking the side and front panel off the case and everything, still the same GPU temps. Any idea what this could be? 

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6 minutes ago, TwasCold said:

I have an RTX 2070 that performs well, however I have a problem with the temps. The GPU hits around 78 degrees C after gaming for a little while and just kind of stops there. I know this isn't insanely catastrophic but it is a bit higher than I would like really. The problem really lies in the fact that even if I put my case fans to full speed and my GPU fans to 100%, the temperatures stay the same, maybe go down 1 degree. I have tried taking the side and front panel off the case and everything, still the same GPU temps. Any idea what this could be? 

What do the GPU and memory clock speeds look like at the default and 100% fan speeds?
Chances are GPU boost just thinks "Oh, better cooling. Now I can clock higher!"


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check the clock speeds, maybe it's running faster. Or at stock the fan speed is already all the way up or near it


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4 hours ago, minibois said:

What do the GPU and memory clock speeds look like at the default and 100% fan speeds?
Chances are GPU boost just thinks "Oh, better cooling. Now I can clock higher!"

Oh okay that's interesting! Weirdly I never thought of the clock speed. I have just found out that it's going up to 1965 in game where the stock frequency is meant to be 1815, could that be it do you think?

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9 minutes ago, TwasCold said:

Oh okay that's interesting! Weirdly I never thought of the clock speed. I have just found out that it's going up to 1965 in game where the stock frequency is meant to be 1815, could that be it do you think?

Yeah that's probably it. Tbh, I wouldn't worry about sub 80 degrees, sure having it cooler would be better but these things are specced to work at around 80-85c. If it bothers you, you could get a better cooler. How many fans does your cooler have / which model is your 2070?

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22 minutes ago, Stockholmes said:

Yeah that's probably it. Tbh, I wouldn't worry about sub 80 degrees, sure having it cooler would be better but these things are specced to work at around 80-85c. If it bothers you, you could get a better cooler. How many fans does your cooler have / which model is your 2070?

https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Card/GV-N207SGAMING-OC-8GC#kf

 

It's actually this 2070 Super, no idea why I put 2070. I tried taking the core and memory clock down 200 each and it made no difference, both hit about 75 within no time at all really. It's just the stock fans that come on the card. Just a little quieter and cooler would be nice but I guess I can always just put the PC under my desk for less noise. 

 

I just feel like it should be way cooler really. I took the front and side of my case off and put all fans on 100% and then it stopped around 63-64. That's the only time I've been able to make even a bit of difference really. 

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45 minutes ago, TwasCold said:

I just feel like it should be way cooler really.

What ever gave you that point of view? Are you used to LN2 cooling or something? I haven't had a GPU that could stay under 80°c at full use in decades...


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5 hours ago, BTGbullseye said:

What ever gave you that point of view? Are you used to LN2 cooling or something? I haven't had a GPU that could stay under 80°c at full use in decades...

Honestly, I am not really sure. Hearing that is really reassuring though! Seems I was worrying over nothing. 

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