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1080ti overheating HELP

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PC Specs:

CPU: i5 8400

MoBo: Asus H370i

GPU: Asus 1080ti Poseidon 

Case:NZXT H200i

PSU:Corsair Ax860i Plat

 

Ive been facing a problem since updating from an EVGA 1060, the GPU overheats to 80c+ as soon as I turn on any demanding game even on the Menu Screen, Ive tried to open the case in case it was an airflow problem, the Gpu runs normally on other PC's even with the same size case 

 

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Well, first of all, don't use NZXT CAM, it's a trash software that can't really be used outside of controlling RGB.

Download MSI Afterburner with Rivatuner. But it does look like your video card is extremely close to the PSU shroud

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If possible, I'd remove the PSU shroud. It may help with airflow.

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18 minutes ago, Origami Cactus said:

Isnt that card made for custom watercooling loops? You can see the 2 ports you are supposed to connect tubes to.

It can be used both for watercooling and regular air cooling, as it does have regular heatsink+fans. However, the waterblock sandwiched in-between hurts the potential of air cooling

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It’s made for both. Which is why it has fans. 

 

Need a better case. Can’t use horrid open air coolers as they won’t work in every situation. This being the perfect example. 

 

Id check to ensure all the fans are spinning and run them at max. No real work around without removing stuff or changing it. 

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On 12/5/2018 at 7:51 PM, Quadriplegic said:

Well, first of all, don't use NZXT CAM, it's a trash software that can't really be used outside of controlling RGB.

Download MSI Afterburner with Rivatuner. But it does look like your video card is extremely close to the PSU shroud

 

On 12/5/2018 at 8:25 PM, Mick Naughty said:

It’s made for both. Which is why it has fans. 

 

Need a better case. Can’t use horrid open air coolers as they won’t work in every situation. This being the perfect example. 

 

Id check to ensure all the fans are spinning and run them at max. No real work around without removing stuff or changing it. 

Hi so after changing the case to a more open :) air one, Im still running into the same problems case attached 

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That gpu is cooled with a water block, the vrms (maybe- otherwise they are watet block cooled too ), vram, and other crutal pcb componets are air cooled. 

 

Edit *** I was wrong its the frist dual disign like this ive see, was it a used card maybe someone draned the block?

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Is the card new? Definitely a contact issue then, assuming the fans are still ramped up. 

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9 hours ago, Esper22 said:

That gpu is cooled with a water block, the vrms (maybe- otherwise they are watet block cooled too ), vram, and other crutal pcb componets are air cooled. 

  

Edit *** I was wrong its the frist dual disign like this ive see, was it a used card maybe someone draned the block?

it is used but from a family member that used for gaming and I tested it before buying and it was fine 

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9 hours ago, Mick Naughty said:

Is the card new? Definitely a contact issue then, assuming the fans are still ramped up. 

it is used but from a family member that used for gaming and I tested it before buying and it was fine 

should I open up the card or is there like a simple way to use water cooling ?

 

because I am sure if i do a custom watercooling ill break my pc

 
 
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If it isn’t staying cool right now, water may only help a tad. Did they use it on air as well?

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15 hours ago, Mick Naughty said:

If it isn’t staying cool right now, water may only help a tad. Did they use it on air as well?

Yes only air and It was running fine as good as a strix 1080ti, as soon as i moved it, heat became an issue

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On 12/5/2018 at 11:23 AM, Quadriplegic said:

It can be used both for watercooling and regular air cooling, as it does have regular heatsink+fans. However, the waterblock sandwiched in-between hurts the potential of air cooling

That's the problem, in such a small case you need the best airflow and air cooler possible. I built a rig with an R5 1600 + EVGA 980 Ti SC in the H200, used a 120mm AIO for the CPU, exhausted it out the back so there was no heat from the CPU going inside the case, and put two 120mm SilentWings 3 fans in the front for as much airflow as possible without being loud. The GPU still hops over 70C, I think it got to 80C or so unless I ramped the fans up. In such a small case with a normal dual/triple fan cooler you need a lot of airflow. That type of cooler exhausts the heat into the case itself, if your case fans can't move it out fast enough it'll cycle right back through the GPU and it'll overheat. Blower coolers are usually much better in small cases, since they exhaust the hot air out the back so it can't be recirculated, though they are louder. 

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1 minute ago, Zando Bob said:

That's the problem, in such a small case you need the best airflow and air cooler possible. I built a rig with an R5 1600 + EVGA 980 Ti SC in the H200, used a 120mm AIO for the CPU, exhausted it out the back so there was no heat from the CPU going inside the case, and put two 120mm SilentWings 3 fans in the front for as much airflow as possible without being loud. The GPU still hops over 70C, I think it got to 80C or so unless I ramped the fans up. In such a small case with a normal dual/triple fan cooler you need a lot of airflow. That type of cooler exhausts the heat into the case itself, if your case fans can't move it out fast enough it'll cycle right back through the GPU and it'll overheat. Blower coolers are usually much better in small cases, since they exhaust the hot air out the back so it can't be recirculated, though they are louder. 

Its on an open air case. None of that would apply right now.
 

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Prolly the cooler is loose or lodged in a way to lose contact to the gpu die.

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On 12/10/2018 at 11:16 PM, Mick Naughty said:

Prolly the cooler is loose or lodged in a way to lose contact to the gpu die.

That's what I was afraid of, let me try to fix that and ill get back to you

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