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I have a MSI RX 580 armor mk 2 8gb oc, it runs well, and has a relatively stable OC of 1475 mhz core clock and 2250 mhz memory clock, gpu gets pretty hot (84 degrees C), and was wonder if there was a way to keep it cooler without sacraficing acoustics, images here: https://imgur.com/a/Y1jPFJQ

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2 minutes ago, Tobaganner said:

I have a MSI RX 580 armor mk 2 8gb oc, it runs well, and has a relatively stable OC of 1475 mhz core clock and 2250 mhz memory clock, gpu gets pretty hot (84 degrees C), and was wonder if there was a way to keep it cooler without sacraficing acoustics, images here: https://imgur.com/a/Y1jPFJQ

Unless you have a case with low airflow, the only way is to make the fans faster, making it louder.

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The armor cooler is as bad as it gets. You could purchase an aftermarket cooler and increase your cooling performance.

I WILL find your ITX build thread, and I WILL recommend the SIlverstone Sugo SG13B

 

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5 hours ago, Tobaganner said:

I have a MSI RX 580 armor mk 2 8gb oc, it runs well, and has a relatively stable OC of 1475 mhz core clock and 2250 mhz memory clock, gpu gets pretty hot (84 degrees C), and was wonder if there was a way to keep it cooler without sacraficing acoustics, images here: https://imgur.com/a/Y1jPFJQ

Aftermarket coolers

 

 

 

You could also try to invest in a liquid cooler block

 

But you'll be sacrificing your wallet instead

Damn....

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Have you undervolted as well with your overclock?  That's a simple thing to try  that doesn't involve a new case, or new cooling solution.

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