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2080 Ti FE overheating?

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I have a 2080 Ti FE that is getting to around 80-81 degrees C. Should I be concerned? i have thought about undervolting but have been too scared to try messing with the voltage. any advice would be helpful, thanks.

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80 is on the hotter side, but it's not going to damage your system. Those temps aren't unexpected from a 2000 series FE card. The FE cooling solution on the 2000 series was pretty mediocre, and it makes sense that the most powerful card in the lineup will be putting the most pressure on the cooler.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
15 minutes ago, bellabichon said:

80 is on the hotter side, but it's not going to damage your system. Those temps aren't unexpected from a 2000 series FE card. The FE cooling solution on the 2000 series was pretty mediocre, and it makes sense that the most powerful card in the lineup will be putting the most pressure on the cooler.

would you recommend I do something like undervolt?

 

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dumb question, maybe not, but have you used an air compressor or compressed air to blow the dust out regularly?


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, Briggsy said:

dumb question, maybe not, but have you used an air compressor or compressed air to blow the dust out regularly?

not regularly i was going to do this soon as it has been about 6 months since last cleaning, but its been kinda toasty since i got it about a year ago, didnt think much of it until now tbh

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If it is overclocked it is normal.

If it is not there is not enough air flow in your case.

For my EVGA XC that is also a 2 slot, 2 fan 2080 ti I had to add another exhaust fan to not let it heat soak the case.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
18 hours ago, jones177 said:

If it is overclocked it is normal.

If it is not there is not enough air flow in your case.

For my EVGA XC that is also a 2 slot, 2 fan 2080 ti I had to add another exhaust fan to not let it heat soak the case.

I already have 4 silent wings 3 140mm fans in my dark base 700, idk how this would be a problem. No it's not overclocked

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5 hours ago, Dobby_is_free said:

I already have 4 silent wings 3 140mm fans in my dark base 700, idk how this would be a problem. No it's not overclocked

Take off the side panel and check the temps. If they are a lot lower your case is the issue.

 

 


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