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Zotac Temp Question

Looking like a airflow issue, I did worry about the case as it has quite small intake slots on the side but i thought it might be enough, thanks for the help!

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hey all,

 

Main question i wanted to ask was what is considered a too high of a temp for my GPU at load - Currently using a Zotac RTX 2080 Super AMP, I've seen it go as high as 87/88c during games like Final Fantasy XV on high/Ultra Settings.

So i was wondering what i can do to reduce the temp if it is indeed too high for prolonged usage?

Thank you.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

Good to know, now i just have to find out how to reduce it, I would prefer to have it lower if possible.

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1 minute ago, CrispyJakal said:

Good to know, now i just have to find out how to reduce it, I would prefer to have it lower if possible.

These temps are a little on the toasty side but certainly nothing to worry about 

If you want monitor your temps with your side panel off and if it's greatly decreased then case airflow is bad


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, TofuHaroto said:

These temps are a little on the toasty side but certainly nothing to worry about 

If you want monitor your temps with your side panel off and if it's greatly decreased then case airflow is bad

I can certainly give that a shot! 

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Posted · Original PosterOP · Best Answer

Looking like a airflow issue, I did worry about the case as it has quite small intake slots on the side but i thought it might be enough, thanks for the help!

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