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EVGA GTX 1080 Ti temperatures


I've only started to notice that my GPU's idle temp sits exactly at 55C, when I don't have have anything running, and the windows install is relatively new.


The Driver Version im using is: GeForce 417.35 WHQL - [r417_18-14 ] (I don't use the bloatware of  GeForce Experience).



Intel Core i7-8700K CPU @ 3.70GHz

32GB Ram @ 3000MHz


NVIDIA GeForce GTX 1080 Ti (EVGA)

1TB NVMe SSD 970 PRO, 250GB SSD 840 PRO, 1TB HDD

2 Monitors, Main: 144Hz, Second: 60Hz



When I use NVIDIA Inspector and use the Multi Display Power Saver, I can get my clock way down which lowers my GPU's temp from 55C to about 44C, and then I manually turn the GPU's fans to about 15% and it lowers it to about 32C.


Are these temps normal to be in "idle" or is there something I should be looking at?

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Most modern GPUs turn off fans at idle for silence which allows the tempos to go up to about 65C before fans turn on.

It is safe.

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