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New GTX 1060 high temps HELP

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hello,i just purchased 2 days ago and i 've noticed that the graphics card very high temperatures .The graphics card which out of box plays at 81 degrees witcher 3 ultra settings with nVidia hairworks off.
with custom fan speed diagram(Msi afterburner) i set it up at 63 degrees the fan speed should be 80%. after 15 mins of gameplay ,graphics card was 78 degrees and fan speed was 89% .I believe that these temperatures are not logical for a new graphics card and i would like to hear you thoughts and opinions.


P.S. that's my card in the image

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eh, factory thermal paste can be that bad.

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4 minutes ago, rog1 said:

witcher 3 ultra settings

That's a pretty heavy load on the GPU, I would hazard a guess that it's at 90%+ load. 80 degrees doesn't seem that far out, IMHO, and you have to remember that the airflow in your case also matters; if you have poor airflow, the card will also run hotter.

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i don't think that a new graphics card,as bad as the thermal paste is,would have these temperatures...
maybe card is defective or problematic?

 

4 hours ago, WereCatf said:

That's a pretty heavy load on the GPU, I would hazard a guess that it's at 90%+ load. 80 degrees doesn't seem that far out, IMHO, and you have to remember that the airflow in your case also matters; if you have poor airflow, the card will also run hotter.

i have NZXT 340 with 3 fans intake and 1 for exhaust,my geforce gtx 680 was playing at 72 degrees and it was the reference model ,so i think case it's fine

 

i forgot to mention that i was playing with my geforce gtx 680 at same settings with the difference of minor fps...

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Just now, rog1 said:

i have NZXT 340 with 3 fans intake and 1 for exhaust,my geforce gtx 680 was playing at 72 degrees and it was the reference model ,so i think case it's fine

Founders Edition cards exhaust the air directly out of the case through the rear vents on the card. Your Zotac card will just recirculate it throughout the case if it doesn't have proper exhaust.


How are your 3 intakes configured on the NZXT 340? It only takes 2 fans at the front for intake? The rear fan and top fan should be exhausting air...
Try running the system with the side panel off and see if that helps.

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1 minute ago, Spotty said:

Founders Edition cards exhaust the air directly out of the case through the rear vents on the card. Your Zotac card will just recirculate it throughout the case if it doesn't have proper exhaust.


How are your 3 intakes configured on the NZXT 340? It only takes 2 fans at the front for intake? The rear fan and top fan should be exhausting air...
Try running the system with the side panel off and see if that helps.

89% fan speed of the graphics card with 78 degrees is not logical  because i tested a 5850,a 6770 and a rx 460 were at 62 degrees aprox while heavy load.

what you don't understand gpu fans run at 89% and i have 78 degrees ,these temperatures are 100% false.

p.s. i know airflowing

 

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2 minutes ago, rog1 said:

what you don't understand

What you don't understand is that people don't seem to agree with you.

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