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MSI GEFORCE RTX 3080 TI SUPRIM X - Getting really hot..

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I've tried undervolting and getting the same performance in the past on 2080s cards but never really gotten it. Will undervolting a 2080 ti be the same with less voltage to produce less heat?

 

Seeing as my 360mm AIO got 10c warmer by the heat of the 3080 Ti alone.

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6 minutes ago, MultiGamerClub said:

heat

What are your graphics card's temperatures (idle, load)?

Which case are you using?

My build:

CPU

Intel Core i7 9700 8x 3.00GHz So.1151

 

CPU cooler

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Motherboard

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RAM

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SSD

500GB Samsung 970 Evo Plus M.2 2280

 

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10 minutes ago, MultiGamerClub said:

I've tried undervolting and getting the same performance in the past on 2080s cards but never really gotten it. Will undervolting a 2080 ti be the same with less voltage to produce less heat?

 

Seeing as my 360mm AIO got 10c warmer by the heat of the 3080 Ti alone.

u mean 3080ti right, the most common starting point is .875v 1900, then go higher on the clocks from there

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Add intake fans to bottom slots if you can fit them. Arctic p14 pwm:s should be quite cheap. Define series cases are not the best option for 400W cards.

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this is one of the most high end aftermarket cards you can get, it shouldnt really get very hot, but it depends on whats the temp. for example (again take these numbers with a grain of salt as i use a gaming x trio 3080 which maxes out at 70c) id say anything from 70-85c under full load would seem normal. my friend has a 3090 that also reaches 80+ which i think is ok but it shouldnt really reach something above 85c as this would be too hot

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also if your ambient temps are high, or you have bad airflow in your case, that would probably explain these high temps

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40 minutes ago, suedseefrucht said:

What are your graphics card's temperatures (idle, load)?

Which case are you using?

Idle 27-33c

Load 70-73c

 

Case is the FractalDesign R6 Silent/Dampening inside the covers front/side

 

36 minutes ago, xg32 said:

u mean 3080ti right, the most common starting point is .875v 1900, then go higher on the clocks from there

Yeah i wrote this on a phone when i was with a family member, now i notice i wrote 2080 ti haha 😄

 

29 minutes ago, Jeppes said:

Add intake fans to bottom slots if you can fit them. Arctic p14 pwm:s should be quite cheap. Define series cases are not the best option for 400W cards.

Currently i have 2x FractalDesign Dynamic X2 GW-14 at the front and one of that same fan on the bottom-front.

Should change to a stronger fan to push more air.

 

26 minutes ago, InfernalClaw said:

this is one of the most high end aftermarket cards you can get, it shouldnt really get very hot, but it depends on whats the temp. for example (again take these numbers with a grain of salt as i use a gaming x trio 3080 which maxes out at 70c) id say anything from 70-85c under full load would seem normal. my friend has a 3090 that also reaches 80+ which i think is ok but it shouldnt really reach something above 85c as this would be too hot

It is under 75c but the excessive heat from the 3080 ti pushes my aio to be hotter and im getting 100+ fps with everything maxed out in metro exodus enhanced edition.. (outside motion blur, fuck that.) But its just so hot i can feel the side of the case actually being hot..

 

23 minutes ago, InfernalClaw said:

also if your ambient temps are high, or you have bad airflow in your case, that would probably explain these high temps

Ambient is usually 15c~, (i think) i have all doors and windows open as it usually gets more warmer during summer periods in norway..

And its supposed to get 30c in the next weeks.

 

Current airflow of intake/outtake:

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(Sorry dark-mode users like myself.)

Edited by MultiGamerClub
Think 15c is what the ambient usually is.

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6 minutes ago, MultiGamerClub said:

Load 70-73c

That looks totally fine...

My build:

CPU

Intel Core i7 9700 8x 3.00GHz So.1151

 

CPU cooler

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Motherboard

MSI B360-A PRO Intel B360 So.1151 Dual Channel DDR4 ATX

 

RAM

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GPU

8GB Gigabyte GeForce RTX2070 WindForce 2X 3xDP/HDMI

 

SSD

500GB Samsung 970 Evo Plus M.2 2280

 

HDD

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2 minutes ago, suedseefrucht said:

That looks totally fine...

Its a bit hot for my part seeing it raise the general temperature in the case by a few degree's already 😕

Kinda want it below 65 if thats even possible.

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1 minute ago, MultiGamerClub said:

Its a bit hot for my part seeing it raise the general temperature in the case by a few degree's already 😕

Kinda want it below 65 if thats even possible.

You could adjust the fan curve to max RPM at 60 °C GPU temp...
It's loud but it's cool.

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CPU

Intel Core i7 9700 8x 3.00GHz So.1151

 

CPU cooler

be quiet! Shadow Rock Slim

 

Motherboard

MSI B360-A PRO Intel B360 So.1151 Dual Channel DDR4 ATX

 

RAM

16GB (4x 4096MB) HyperX FURY black DDR4-2666

 

GPU

8GB Gigabyte GeForce RTX2070 WindForce 2X 3xDP/HDMI

 

SSD

500GB Samsung 970 Evo Plus M.2 2280

 

HDD

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Monitor

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Headset

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7 minutes ago, suedseefrucht said:

You could adjust the fan curve to max RPM at 60 °C GPU temp...
It's loud but it's cool.

I mean.. Above 75% it only really gets louder and louder..

From 75% to 80% its only really 4c difference..

Never tested 90 or 100% fan-curve as its just so loud(er)

 

As my pc stands on my desktop now to the right x)

Edited by MultiGamerClub
*Loud(er)

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10 minutes ago, MultiGamerClub said:

Its a bit hot for my part seeing it raise the general temperature in the case by a few degree's already 😕

Kinda want it below 65 if thats even possible.

its a bit hard to achieve these temps if you arent on water or you arent running your fans at a 100%

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Just now, MultiGamerClub said:

I mean.. Above 75% it only really gets louder and louder..

From 75% to 80% its only really 4c difference..

Never tested 90 or 100% fan-curve as its just so loud(er)

 

As my pc stands on my desktop now to the right x)

it actually makes a very big difference, i tried it on my 3080 and the difference in temp was huge about a 15c drop however wasnt worth it due to how loud it was

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1 minute ago, InfernalClaw said:

its a bit hard to achieve these temps if you arent on water or you arent running your fans at a 100%

Almost tempted to do this in the future just for less noise in general.. But seeing i have to risk water/liquid on components and do more maintence it looks scary.

(It probably isnt but thats just me seeing watercooling over the years, not sure if a hybrid 3080 ti or 3090 is a better idea.)

 

1 minute ago, InfernalClaw said:

it actually makes a very big difference, i tried it on my 3080 and the difference in temp was huge about a 15c drop however wasnt worth it due to how loud it was

I have the possitiblity to put the pc in a storage room, but theres no out/in fans in the room itself so i would have to cut it out and place one there.

This sounds a bit too excessive tho, but im planning to fix some machines in there so who knows really what i will do.

 

Kind of jealous seeing my brother RX 6800 card being at 63c max load and produce about the same noise as my card on 75% (Thats what i have mine at) usage..

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1 minute ago, MultiGamerClub said:

Almost tempted to do this in the future just for less noise in general.. But seeing i have to risk water/liquid on components and do more maintence it looks scary.

(It probably isnt but thats just me seeing watercooling over the years, not sure if a hybrid 3080 ti or 3090 is a better idea.)

 

I have the possitiblity to put the pc in a storage room, but theres no out/in fans in the room itself so i would have to cut it out and place one there.

This sounds a bit too excessive tho, but im planning to fix some machines in there so who knows really what i will do.

 

Kind of jealous seeing my brother RX 6800 card being at 63c max load and produce about the same noise as my card on 75% (Thats what i have mine at) usage..

well you have a better card than the your brother's (i believe so) so it only makes sense it gets hotter. plus maybe he has better airflow or maybe overall the design of his card is just better, many factors that play into this. Were i you, id just be happy cuz 73c is actually really good in my opinion and i would suggest watercooling your gpu only if you want to overclock, but not to get 10c less on your gpu core temp, that 10c isnt really worth the time and the money and probably wont give much higher performance either

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1 minute ago, InfernalClaw said:

well you have a better card than the your brother's (i believe so) so it only makes sense it gets hotter. plus maybe he has better airflow or maybe overall the design of his card is just better, many factors that play into this. Were i you, id just be happy cuz 73c is actually really good in my opinion and i would suggest watercooling your gpu only if you want to overclock, but not to get 10c less on your gpu core temp, that 10c isnt really worth the time and the money and probably wont give much higher performance either

He has my old CoolerMaster Scout 2 Ghost White with 3x120mm in and 2x120mm out. Think its the same airflow as me outside he has a side-intake fan below his gpu..

(Which seems to really makes a difference..) Sadly the R6 doesnt have options for side-intake unless i CUT / pop holes oof.

 

6 minutes ago, InfernalClaw said:

but not to get 10c less on your gpu core temp, that 10c isnt really worth the time and the money and probably wont give much higher performance either

Hehe, alright.

Thanks for the inputs 🙂

Not sure R6 was the best case for airflow because of the front-cover making the intake basicly on the sides of the front but..

Would feel a bit excessive if i changed cases just for better airflow x)

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3 hours ago, MultiGamerClub said:

Idle 27-33c

Load 70-73c

For me, it's OK.

 

I have MSI RTX 3080 Ti Suprim X. With two normal fans, the GPU reached 88° C load and it's not stopped (I stopped the game when I saw it). I switched these fans to two high speed fans. The GPU got 70~75° C load and no more for many hours of game.

 

For information, I didn't have problem with two normal fans for my previous RTX 2080 Super overclocked edition (65~70° C load). It means that RTX 3080 Ti overclocked edition is really hotter.

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21 minutes ago, X-System said:

With two normal fans

What?

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1 minute ago, MultiGamerClub said:

What?

old 120mm fans from case box (1000~1200 RPM)

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