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So, if the question is "Is the GPU running hotter than expected?" the answer is yes.
If the question is "Is the GPU at fault for this in some way?" the answer is no. 
Your GPU fans are about an inch away from that PSU shroud which means it's probably only getting 20-30% of the air it expects and with no intake in the lower front of your case the GPU fans are just stirring around the hot air rather than getting it out of the PC. 
There are numerous solutions to this problem. The BEST would be getting a new case. I like the Phanteks p400 Digital which comes with three decent front fans. If 100$ is too spendy but you are still willing to spend, you could get a fan to put in the bottom front of the case. If you want to spend 0.00 monies, you could probably reap some solid cooling reward if you just cut out a chunk of the PSU shroud at the cost of case rigidity and a bunch of time and efffort (you will have to FULLY remove every component of the PC, hunt down a friend with a grinder, dremel, or tin snips and some metal compatible sand paper, then blast the heck out of it with air, wipe every surface with a damp rag, then reassemble making sure the PSU fan is drawing air in from the bottom of the case). Finally, if none of the other options appeal, I'd at least move that rear exhaust to be a front intake at the bottom

So every time I turn on my PC. My VGA will make a noise for a few seconds before disappearing and I can finally enter the boot screen.

But the problem didn't end there, even on the home screen and idle. I found that my VGA temperature would reach 58°C. And recently I found that my nvme is also damaged and I suspect that this happened because it was right above the hot vga.

 

I wonder if it's because my psu is too low wattage or if I have other hardware issues?

 

I hope I can find a solution here

Thank you.

 

 

So hare my system specs.

Ryzen 5 3600

16GB DDR4 RAM dual channel

240 mm AIO watercoling

Asus RTX2060

550 Watt PSU 

Motherboard ASRock B-450M steel legend

 

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13 minutes ago, Mifta said:

So every time I turn on my PC. My VGA will make a noise for a few seconds before disappearing and I can finally enter the boot screen.

But the problem didn't end there, even on the home screen and idle. I found that my VGA temperature would reach 58°C. And recently I found that my nvme is also damaged and I suspect that this happened because it was right above the hot vga.

 

I wonder if it's because my psu is too low wattage or if I have other hardware issues?

 

I hope I can find a solution here

Thank you.

 

 

So hare my system specs.

Ryzen 5 3600

16GB DDR4 RAM dual channel

240 mm AIO watercoling

Asus RTX2060

550 Watt PSU 

Motherboard ASRock B-450M steel legend

 

58c is not hot for a GPU if thats what you are asking.  Its hot if its doing this during idle.

A 550w is enough power for your system.

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1 minute ago, Mifta said:

So we can say that my graphics card got some problem on it, is it ? Since they got the 58 C on idle condition 

No, it depends on the ambient temperature and the case that it's in. If you live in India and are 40c ambient, then 58c is reasonable.

If you are in canada and 15c ambient, then it's running hot.

 

Does your case have proper airflow?

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4 minutes ago, Blue4130 said:

No, it depends on the ambient temperature and the case that it's in. If you live in India and are 40c ambient, then 58c is reasonable.

If you are in canada and 15c ambient, then it's running hot.

 

Does your case have proper airflow?

I do yes, my room temperature around 28 C with air conditioner on and I can't say for sure that my pc have a proper airflow but I'll send you the pic of my pc bellow. 

 

What do you think?

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The gpu fans are a little choked as they dont have much room to breathe, but there's not much you can do other than installing some fans in the front of your case to improve the airflow over your gpu

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51 minutes ago, Hinjima said:

58c is not hot for a GPU if thats what you are asking.  Its hot if its doing this during idle.

A 550w is enough power for your system.

So can I say that my graphics card is too hot? Since they got 58 C after I turning my pc on and let it idle? My room temperature is around 27-28C with air conditioner on btw if this helps.

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3 minutes ago, Blasty Blosty said:

The gpu fans are a little choked as they dont have much room to breathe, but there's not much you can do other than installing some fans in the front of your case to improve the airflow over your gpu

I see, I'll try that later. Thank you

 

 

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5 minutes ago, Mifta said:

So can I say that my graphics card is too hot? Since they got 58 C after I turning my pc on and let it idle? My room temperature is around 27-28C with air conditioner on btw if this helps.

Should be 30-40 idle

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1 minute ago, Blasty Blosty said:

Should be 30-40 idle

Aww, did you think the gpu itself has problem or it's caused by other component

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3 minutes ago, Mifta said:

Aww, did you think the gpu itself has problem or it's caused by other component

Probably just the lack of airflow in the case, the front panel looks a little dusty too try giving that a clean see if it makes a difference

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6 minutes ago, Blasty Blosty said:

Probably just the lack of airflow in the case, the front panel looks a little dusty too try giving that a clean see if it makes a difference

I see, I'll try them tomorrow morning. Thank you so much

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Welcome to the forums!
So, if the question is "Is the GPU running hotter than expected?" the answer is yes.
If the question is "Is the GPU at fault for this in some way?" the answer is no. 
Your GPU fans are about an inch away from that PSU shroud which means it's probably only getting 20-30% of the air it expects and with no intake in the lower front of your case the GPU fans are just stirring around the hot air rather than getting it out of the PC. 
There are numerous solutions to this problem. The BEST would be getting a new case. I like the Phanteks p400 Digital which comes with three decent front fans. If 100$ is too spendy but you are still willing to spend, you could get a fan to put in the bottom front of the case. If you want to spend 0.00 monies, you could probably reap some solid cooling reward if you just cut out a chunk of the PSU shroud at the cost of case rigidity and a bunch of time and efffort (you will have to FULLY remove every component of the PC, hunt down a friend with a grinder, dremel, or tin snips and some metal compatible sand paper, then blast the heck out of it with air, wipe every surface with a damp rag, then reassemble making sure the PSU fan is drawing air in from the bottom of the case). Finally, if none of the other options appeal, I'd at least move that rear exhaust to be a front intake at the bottom

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@Mifta what is the model of your ASUS RTX 2060?

Most modern graphics card, including the RTX 2060, can have a "0 RPM" / "0 dB" mode.

By default from the factory, the fans on the graphics card don't spin up until it reaches ~60*C (though this can be changed through GPU software).

If you are seeing 58*C, then the fans are probably not even moving.

 

58*C is nowhere near over heating.

Graphics cards can hit 90*C+.

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22 minutes ago, -rascal- said:

@Mifta what is the model of your ASUS RTX 2060?

Most modern graphics card, including the RTX 2060, can have a "0 RPM" / "0 dB" mode.

By default from the factory, the fans on the graphics card don't spin up until it reaches ~60*C (though this can be changed through GPU software).

If you are seeing 58*C, then the fans are probably not even moving.

 

58*C is nowhere near over heating.

Graphics cards can hit 90*C+.

How can I check the model for my gpu?

 

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1 hour ago, OddOod said:

Welcome to the forums!
So, if the question is "Is the GPU running hotter than expected?" the answer is yes.
If the question is "Is the GPU at fault for this in some way?" the answer is no. 
Your GPU fans are about an inch away from that PSU shroud which means it's probably only getting 20-30% of the air it expects and with no intake in the lower front of your case the GPU fans are just stirring around the hot air rather than getting it out of the PC. 
There are numerous solutions to this problem. The BEST would be getting a new case. I like the Phanteks p400 Digital which comes with three decent front fans. If 100$ is too spendy but you are still willing to spend, you could get a fan to put in the bottom front of the case. If you want to spend 0.00 monies, you could probably reap some solid cooling reward if you just cut out a chunk of the PSU shroud at the cost of case rigidity and a bunch of time and efffort (you will have to FULLY remove every component of the PC, hunt down a friend with a grinder, dremel, or tin snips and some metal compatible sand paper, then blast the heck out of it with air, wipe every surface with a damp rag, then reassemble making sure the PSU fan is drawing air in from the bottom of the case). Finally, if none of the other options appeal, I'd at least move that rear exhaust to be a front intake at the bottom

I see, thank you so much for the warm welcome btw. I think I'll buy 3 fan for the front panel.

 

Thank you so much for the solution 

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5 hours ago, Mifta said:

How can I check the model for my gpu?

 

 

There should be a P/N sticker on the graphics card.

Or... look at the GPU and compare it what is on the ASUS website?

 

From the SIDE view in your photo, it looks like a version of the DUAL RTX 2060 / EVO.

https://www.asus.com/ca-en/motherboards-components/graphics-cards/dual/dual-rtx2060-6g-evo/

ASUS has a couple of different versions so....

  • DUAL EVO
  • DUAL EVO OC
  • DUAL EVO V2
  • DUAL EVO V2 OC
  • DUAL EVO ADVANCED
  • etc

 

So the ASUS DUAL RTX 2060 DOES have a "0dB" mode.

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