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High load temps Gigabyte 980Ti G1 Gaming Edition

Hello guys,
I'm having some trouble with my Gigabyte 980Ti G1 Gaming Edition. I'm having high temps while gaming for 2-3 hours only. My temps rises above 80C on some demanding games like Witcher 3, Grand Theft Auto V etc. Although, my idle temps are pretty much in control. It stays around 42C all the time. I do have a well-ventilated case. It's corsair carbide 540 with 2 intakes and 1 exhaust as they came with the case. I don't actually know what causing so high temps and it's preventing me from playing games for longer periods as I'm worried that the temps would somehow damage my card. I searched around the internet and found the average temps of the card people are getting are around 70-72c which is pretty fair. Any kind of help would be appreciable.

Thanks.​​​

 

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Run Valley and check Temps and Fancurve with GPU-Z and MSI Afterburner.

Make Screenshots when Card under full Load and post here.

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Where do you live? In Australia and hotter couhtries that's the temp you should expect.

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,Thanks for your​ reply. I've tried both fan curves. ( auto & custom aggressive curve ). The temps are almost the same. I live in Pakistan. It's about 27-28c here in winters.

 

How is your fan curve?

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Where do you live? In Australia and hotter couhtries that's the temp you should expect.

 

I'm living in Pakistan. It's about 27-28c here in winters. I guess that's not the problem here.

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How is your fan curve?

My fans goes like this: 55% on 60c, 60% on 65c, 70% on 70c, 75% on 75. The fans are hell noisy on 80%.

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