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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hello . i recently got a used gtx 1070 a blower style ( asus turbo ) temps reach 83c on full load but it does not throttle . should i be concerned ?

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83c is a little toasty but ultimately fine 


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Posted · Original PosterOP

thank you . i have another question . i tried to raise the fan speed but the temps stays the same and the gpu clock goes until 1900mhz . i think it has a auto boost . can i turn it off ?

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22 minutes ago, MounirKalla said:

Hello . i recently got a used gtx 1070 a blower style ( asus turbo ) temps reach 83c on full load but it does not throttle . should i be concerned ?

why the hell u bought blower style card..those are worse out there....

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The default thermal throttle temperature is in the low 80's so you're not far off. GPUs for a long time (both nvidia and AMD) are designed to boost as far as possible until one of many limits are hit. On nvidia, the different limits may be clock, power, voltage, temperature.

 

If you want to run it cooler, you can reduce either the thermal limit or power limit.


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You could limit the speed of your GPU, if you really want.
The GPU basically has a temperature target, that is safe to hit. It will give you as much performance as it can give you within that target. Increasing the fan speed, will give you more performance, but it will also make your card louder, so you have to know what you want.

 

You can reduce the thermal limit if you feel that 83°C is too hot for you (with MSI Afterburner for example).

 

You could also set voltages and clockspeeds on your own, but tinkering with that can lead to instability.

Your card could also benifit from undervolting it (basically running it at the lowest voltage possible, which can save some power and lower temperatures), if you are into that, but you have to look up a guide on that on your own ;)

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Posted · Original PosterOP
8 minutes ago, porina said:

The default thermal throttle temperature is in the low 80's so you're not far off. GPUs for a long time (both nvidia and AMD) are designed to boost as far as possible until one of many limits are hit. On nvidia, the different limits may be clock, power, voltage, temperature.

 

If you want to run it cooler, you can reduce either the thermal limit or power limit.

how can i reduce the thermal limit

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Posted · Original PosterOP
3 minutes ago, adm0n said:

You could limit the speed of your GPU, if you really want.
The GPU basically has a temperature target, that is safe to hit. It will give you as much performance as it can give you withing that target. Increasing the fan speed, will give you more performance, but it will also make your card louder, so you have to know what you want.

 

You can reduce the thermal limit if you feel that 83°C is too hot for you (with MSI Afterburner for example).

 

You could also set voltages and clockspeeds on your own, but tinkering with that can lead to instability.

Your card could also benifit from undervolting it (basically running it at the lowest voltage possible, which can save some power and lower temperatures), if you are into that, but you have to look up a guide on that on your own ;)

my card is not that load . i tried msi afterburner to set temp limit but it didnt do anything.

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Just now, MounirKalla said:

my card is not that load

What do you mean by that?

 

Just now, MounirKalla said:

i tried msi afterburner to set temp limit but it didnt do anything.

Did you also hit the 'apply' button?

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Posted · Original PosterOP
1 minute ago, adm0n said:

What do you mean by that?

 

Did you also hit the 'apply' button?

sorry i meant loud . and yes i pressed the apply button

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That sounds hard to believe. Blower style cards are usually pretty loud  : D

 

And when you tried this, your card was also already at 83°C? Then it should realistically slow down and try to reach the temperature you’ve set.

Or what are you exactly doing?

 

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