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Posted · Original PosterOP

Is it okay if my gpu goes to 83C (already limited by Afterburner)? while playing COD:MW Remastered 2019

 

Is it possible to damage my gpu slowly? 


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I heard on steam forums that that's pretty hot for nvidia card, only amd cards should get that hot, nvidia usually stays under 60C.

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83c is fine, what do you mean it's limited by afterburner?


 

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Just now, DarkEnergy said:

83c is fine, what do you mean it's limited by afterburner?

Temp limit option in afterburner is 83c, so my temperature peak is 83c. Maybe that all i can explain


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2 minutes ago, Ralf said:

I heard on steam forums that that's pretty hot for nvidia card, only amd cards should get that hot, nvidia usually stays under 60C.

Without any air conditioner btw, i dont know if any cooler ambience


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Just now, XandersWithS said:

Temp limit option in afterburner is 83c, so my temperature peak is 83c. Maybe that all i can explain

Have you tried setting a more aggressive fan curve in afterburner?


 

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83C is pretty toasty. Try to get better airflow over the card if you can. It is okay though. The card will down clock "thermal throttle" as to not get too hot.


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1 minute ago, DarkEnergy said:

Have you tried setting a more aggressive fan curve in afterburner?

Hmm that's auto settings, if im turning it to 100, is it okay for a fan to spinning at 100% speed


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5 minutes ago, Ralf said:

I heard on steam forums that that's pretty hot for nvidia card, only amd cards should get that hot, nvidia usually stays under 60C.

This is not true.


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2 minutes ago, HairlessMonkeyBoy said:

83C is pretty toasty. Try to get better airflow over the card if you can. It is okay though. The card will down clock "thermal throttle" as to not get too hot.

My friend told me to open the case to "check" is it decrease or the same.. 


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Just now, XandersWithS said:

Hmm that's auto settings, if im turning it to 100, is it okay for a fan to spinning at 100% speed

Yup. Just noisy. Better airflow into and out of your case will help a lot too.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

My guess is 1. my airflow inside the case. 2. Not a good galax cooler than other top tier manafacture 


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1 minute ago, XandersWithS said:

Hmm that's auto settings, if im turning it to 100, is it okay for a fan to spinning at 100% speed

Auto settings are generally terrible in my experience. I haven't used the program in a while but in the settings you should be able to change what percent the fan is running when the gpu reaches x temperature.


 

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Just now, HairlessMonkeyBoy said:

Yup. Just noisy. Better airflow into and out of your case will help a lot too.

I scared that fan will slowly 'broken' because 100% speed


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Just now, DarkEnergy said:

Auto settings are generally terrible in my experience. I haven't used the program in a while but in the settings you should be able to change what percent the fan is running when the gpu reaches x temperature.

Eh hmmm i dont see it in afterburner, maybe i will check for it 


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1 minute ago, XandersWithS said:

My friend told me to open the case to "check" is it decrease or the same.. 

That would be a good test. It will help you determine if you need better case airflow.


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Just now, HairlessMonkeyBoy said:

That would be a good test. It will help you determine if you need better case airflow.

Maybe my last gpu doesnt go at 80-c because i never played a AAA games before. A little microstutter whenreach 80c


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1 minute ago, HairlessMonkeyBoy said:

That would be a good test. It will help you determine if you need better case airflow.

Also my ryzen not going very smooth like other people (60c+) sometimes can hit a 78c too, maybe needs a new air cooler. And a good case fan (now i only have a stock from a case) 


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1 minute ago, XandersWithS said:

Maybe my last gpu doesnt go at 80-c because i never played a AAA games before. A little microstutter whenreach 80c

What was your last GPU? Might have used much less power? Microstutter @80C makes sense because the card's clock speed will be jumping around trying to stay under temp limit.

 

2 minutes ago, XandersWithS said:

Also my ryzen not going very smooth like other people (60c+) sometimes can hit a 78c too, maybe needs a new air cooler. And a good case fan (now i only have a stock from a case) 

The hot GPU under your CPU cooler will heat it up. Sounds more and more to me like you need more case airflow.


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14 minutes ago, Ralf said:

I heard on steam forums that that's pretty hot for nvidia card, only amd cards should get that hot, nvidia usually stays under 60C.

False. Nvidia cards run as hot as AMD cards. it only depends when buying different model.


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Just now, HairlessMonkeyBoy said:

What was your last GPU? Might have used much less power? Microstutter @80C makes sense because the card's clock speed will be jumping around trying to stay under temp limit.

 

The hot GPU under your CPU cooler will heat it up. Sounds more and more to me like you need more case airflow.

1060 3GB never play any AAA games, maybe when you play games like normal fps games (its only 60-75)


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1 minute ago, SavageNeo said:

False. Nvidia cards run as hot as AMD cards. it only depends when buying different model.

Manufacture is a one of different from a cooler, style, and build quality, right? Maybe MSI GPU is cooler than GALAX(?) 


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1 minute ago, XandersWithS said:

1060 3GB never play any AAA games, maybe when you play games like normal fps games (its only 60-75)

The 1060 3GB sips power compared to an RTX 2060, which means much less heat to dissipate.


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  • Handheld QWERTY keyboard and trackpad.
  • Windows 10 Pro, Kodi autostarts on boot

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3 minutes ago, XandersWithS said:

Manufacture is a one of different from a cooler, style, and build quality, right? Maybe MSI GPU is cooler than GALAX(?) 

if you buy blower rx 5700 and 3 fan rtx 2060 super, sure rtx 2060 super will run cooler. it is all about cooling/model like you said.

 

Glax has great coolers. Msi has good coolers (gaming x, gaming trio) and bad(ish) ones (armor, mech, ventus)


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2 minutes ago, XandersWithS said:

Manufacture is a one of different from a cooler, style, and build quality, right? Maybe MSI GPU is cooler than GALAX(?) 

Some manufacturers have better coolers than others. Even within the same manufacturer there are tiers. I'm not sure about your specific card.


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