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    Computer specifications:
    ✔ Processor: 8700K
    ✔ Motherboard: Asus strix Z370-F
    ✔ Video card: ASUS strix 1080TI
    ✔ Memories: G-Skill - 16GB (2x8GB) DDR4 3200
    ✔ Cooler for CPU: Noctua nh-d15s
    ✔ Enclosure: Phanteks eclipse p400s
    ✔ Storage: Samsung 960 pro 512gb nvme
    ✔ Doubt: Corsair rm750x
    ✔ Operating system: Windows 10
    ✔ Fans per chassis: Corsair AF120 / 140

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  1. Indeed, they claimed that the case was not ventilated enough, strange because I chose and invested in a good one that fits .. maybe not for today's period. Anyway - I upgraded to water cooling, Corsair Hydro Series H100x High Performance Liquid CPU Cooler did all their tests and it fixed the problem - so far I checked at home after an hour of good data game:
  2. Thanks for the help Yoav !! The CPU really isn't 100 percent used at 90 degrees ... just a normal game around 60 percent CPU usage I think. We will see tomorrow what they will say in their tests, in addition they said they will switch to another cooler and test, I wonder if it will yield normal results, then we will know what to do (test with Corsair Hydro Series ™ H100i). I have a suspicion that the fans that are all replaced by Pure Wings 2 PWM are weak quickly causing a heat load on the entire case. The technician said the card heats up the whole case so maybe this exacerbates the problem even further.
  3. The processor without OC and also the card, all in stock. The cooling of the processor is with a single fan. "Has the CPU temperature improved after replacing a thermal ointment?" No, they did CPU load tests only, and with a simple video card - dropped to the 75-80 range. Maybe it's really it's the fans, or their directions, maybe they were wrong .... Thank you I'll tell them to check the direction of the fans. Could there be other causes for problems besides fans? Maybe because of their type I wrote down? That they are quiet maybe because it is too weak?
  4. Hello, give me an answer, check the computer, replace the thermal ointment, the problem is not related to the CPU, but to the new card that heats everything there. They still keep checking, but they recommend to me: 1. Switch to cooling water in favor of clearing space in the case and less hot air getting stuck in the case. Or 2. Replace case, larger and more ventilated. what do you think? The previous card I had, 1080TI would come with effort to 68, now in the new 3080 there really is a difference - reaches about 72 degrees and 82 for memory, the card looks fine the same temp in REVIEWS 3080.
  5. Cool, thanks Yoav and A-10! Today I am handing over the computer to the store for a thermal ointment replacement, update later if that is the reason. I will request from the Arctic Cooling MX-4 2019 store
  6. The computer store replaced as part of the video card upgrade and fans, did a general cleaning and replaced the thermal ointment. Am I supposed to go back to them? By the way, could it also be related to the chassis fans that have all been replaced? They are of the PURE WINGS 2 PWM type very quiet, could it be that because they do not rotate fast (because of the type they are quiet) it causes the whole case to heat up very quickly?
  7. Hello everyone, I recently upgraded a video card and chassis fans, my computer specification is: Chassis: ECLIPSE P400S Chassis fans: All new Pure Wings 2 PWM - in the form of 2 up, one front one and one rear. CPU: INTEL 8700K CPU cooling: Noctua NH-D15S Video card: Gigabyte RTX 3080 OC The dilemma: I noticed when I play these summer days (if it is connected), the temperatures are: Video card: GPU reaches 73 degrees, Temp of memory card Screen reaches 82 degrees (rest range for effort is 45-75) Processor: Range of 37-88 degrees, is it not a lot to reach 88 in the processor? In addition the fans of the video card reach 80 percent utilization around 2200RPM Are there any problems here? Note: Effortless, processor at 37 degrees and graphics card at 45 degrees). Thank you friends. Temp control mode while playing
  8. Yes I heard about it, it's like a "lottery" some of the cards are good some are not, probably depends on the assembly of thermal pads of the same card. I have a GIGABYTE 3080 OC and passed stress tests without any problems, great card.
  9. We are beginning to see a stock of tickets in a lot of computer stores in Israel and abroad, "only" that prices have remained high, perhaps this is the first sign and the beginning of a drop in prices.
  10. https://wccftech.com/battlefield-2042-announced-coming-on-october-22nd-no-single-player/ https://www.vg247.com/2021/06/09/battlefield-2042-128-players-massive-maps-reveal/
  11. I remember reading somewhere that the way to know if there is a CPU bottleneck is to check if the GPU works more than 90 percent, if so then it means that the GPU is a bottleneck, that it is actually a "good sign" and that the CPU is not a bottleneck in this case. Another test is to check if all the cores reach 100 percent usage - if so - there is a bottleneck for the CPU here. This is true?
  12. The guy is right in his claims, instead of dealing with a market that will be saturated with tickets that have been lacking since the launch until now. They put out new cards with the same GPU DIE and take up a share of the cards that already exist in the market, and of course selling them for the most money only exacerbates the problem.
  13. Thanks for the update, so just keep your hand on the pulse with REFRESH and check when RTX pages become available?
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