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What temps should i start worrying at?

Hazelty
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Currently my gpu stays around 50-60 degrees while playing games, is this ok?

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Good temps.

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That's completely okay! GPUs are actually better at handling heat when compared to CPUs. I think the general limit for GPUs can go as high as 80-90 degrees Celsius.

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I would start to worry at 87°C.

I have set my GPU to reach max 85°C and then it will slow down to keep it under that temperature. But since I do have a bit more aggressive fan curve, it doesn't even go above 75°C.

 

Anything under 85°C is considered fine even for long term usage.

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Those are great temps. I think my 2080 averages around 74 after getting to full temp. 

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