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1080ti reach 80-85 degrees

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Hello everyone I recently bought a new pc and put it all thetogether but when I play my pc reach 85 degrees and I thought that was pretty hot since my pc warned me about the temp, my setup is, 

Asus prime z390-a

I7 9700k 

Nzxt kraken x62 mounted in the front

MSI gtx 1080ti aero oc 11gb 

Psu 750w 

Case nzxt h500 with original fans installed 

And my GPU is installed in second slot

 

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That's normal. 

 

Also, you only have a blower style cooler so it's automatically worse than any other aftermarket cooler. 

 

Why is the GPU so low in your system btw? This pcie slot might not be wired at full 16x.

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Might I ask why it's installed in the second slot? First slot would give it way more breathing room and probably drop temps too.

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First and foremost, 85C is not hot enough to damage your graphics card.

 

It's still not great, as the GPU clocks will start dropping to reduce power consumption and heat output, harming performance as well. The H500 IIRC does not have the best airflow, and with the AIO the intake air also gets that little bit warmer before it reaches the GPU. I suppose you could try upgrading the fans on the AIO to get a little more airflow, but ultimately it would probably require a different case to really get optimal GPU temperatures and clocks.

 

But it's not necessarily worth the hassle and expense. You could check how much the GPU clocks are dropping though (with MSI Afterburner or whatever program you prefer).

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2 minutes ago, monjessenstein said:

Might I ask why it's installed in the second slot? First slot would give it way more breathing room and probably drop temps too.

I installed it there simply so the aio Pipes wouldn't touch it and be in front of it 

 

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1 minute ago, Kromann said:

I installed it there simply so the aio Pipes wouldn't touch it and be in front of it 

 

Maybe see if you can rotate your block so the tubing doesn't get in the way, Since a large amount of airflow is going betweeen the mobo VRM's and the GPU now and is effectively being wasted.

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4 minutes ago, Sakkura said:

First and foremost, 85C is not hot enough to damage your graphics card.

 

It's still not great, as the GPU clocks will start dropping to reduce power consumption and heat output, harming performance as well. The H500 IIRC does not have the best airflow, and with the AIO the intake air also gets that little bit warmer before it reaches the GPU. I suppose you could try upgrading the fans on the AIO to get a little more airflow, but ultimately it would probably require a different case to really get optimal GPU temperatures and clocks.

 

But it's not necessarily worth the hassle and expense. You could check how much the GPU clocks are dropping though (with MSI Afterburner or whatever program you prefer).

I just have my CAM software tell me it can save the CPU if run for long times at this temp

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Just now, monjessenstein said:

Maybe see if you can rotate your block so the tubing doesn't get in the way, Since a large amount of airflow is going betweeen the mobo VRM's and the GPU now and is effectively being wasted.

Very true I have thought about moving it up, I don't think it will cause any problems that they touch 

 

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11 minutes ago, FloRolf said:

That's normal. 

 

Also, you only have a blower style cooler so it's automatically worse than any other aftermarket cooler. 

 

Why is the GPU so low in your system btw? This pcie slot might not be wired at full 16x.

It is 16x, I just did it for the looks and so the pipes from aio wouldn't be Infront of the gpu

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3 minutes ago, Kromann said:

It is 16x, I just did it for the looks and so the pipes from aio wouldn't be Infront of the gpu

its a x16 slot, but its only electrically wired up for x8 which you can clearly see here in this picture:

 

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1 hour ago, Skiiwee29 said:

its a x16 slot, but its only electrically wired up for x8 which you can clearly see here in this picture:

 

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ohh really ? i thought they were both 16x i moved it up now, should there be a big difference in preformance?

 

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2 hours ago, Kromann said:

ohh really ? i thought they were both 16x i moved it up now, should there be a big difference in preformance?

 

You may see a performance increase, but not significant if any. 

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