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Is 80C safe for a gigabyte 1660 oc 6gb

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I was playing the game "uboat" perfectly fine until i checked my temps and they came upto 80C but did not exceed that all the other games i play like call of duty modern warfare or battlefield 5 , the temps are below 75C or around that 

 

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Anything under 88C is safe for Turing GPUs.

80C is not great for a 1660 but it's acceptable, I'm assuming you've got very poor airflow inside your case and/or have high ambient temperatures.


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If you have the 1660, using the 750ti is redundant and maybe problematic.

The 1660 probably has 3 or more port.

Anyway 80c is perfectly fine, although the ideal temp is under 75c.

You can tweak the fan curve to a higher rpm.

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5 minutes ago, terminator5105 said:

I was playing the game "uboat" perfectly fine until i checked my temps and they came upto 80C but did not exceed that all the other games i play like call of duty modern warfare or battlefield 5 , the temps are below 75C or around that 

 

Just now, Mateyyy said:

Anything under 88C is safe for Turing GPUs.

80C is not great for a 1660 but it's acceptable, I'm assuming you've got very poor airflow inside your case and/or have high ambient temperatures.

 

Sounds like a very busy graphics card...


Did you test boot it, before you built in into the case?

WHY NOT...?!

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2 minutes ago, SupaKomputa said:

using the 750ti

Did I miss something that was edited out?


Did you test boot it, before you built in into the case?

WHY NOT...?!

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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 minutes ago, SupaKomputa said:

If you have the 1660, using the 750ti is redundant and maybe problematic.

The 1660 probably has 3 or more port.

Anyway 80c is perfectly fine, although the ideal temp is under 75c.

You can tweak the fan curve to a higher rpm.

i actually have done that with MSI Afterburner as soon as it reaches 48C it ramps up aggressively

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3 minutes ago, terminator5105 said:

i actually have done that with MSI Afterburner as soon as it reaches 48C it ramps up aggressively

okay then it's probably the optimal temps you can get.

unless you got framerate dips, you got nothing to worry about.

start panicking when over 90c. your case airflow might be something you must put more attention.

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10 minutes ago, terminator5105 said:

my case panel is always open as it is on my desk 

An open case is usually less efficient at cooling than a closed one with proper case airflow.


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