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Consultation after replacing the video card and replacing the fans of the case - not sure if the temperatures are normal (RTX 3080 and Be-quiet fans)


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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'll see tomorrow what they will say in their tests, in addition they said they will switch to another cooling and check, I wonder if it will yield normal results, then we will know what to do (check with 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.

 

 

 

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Your temperatures are really high, I with 10850 and 3080 TI and I am at least 10 degrees lower with AIO super cheap and NX800 without extra fans and with OC to the processor.
Your case seems to be built for "quiet" which usually leads to higher temperatures and sometimes much more noise due to cooling which increases power: \.

 

And as for the video card, the temperatures are reasonable, but if the temperature of the memory bothers you, replacing the thermal pads really lowers the temperature.

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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 Corsair Hydro Series H100x High Performance Liquid CPU Cooler for water cooling

Did all their tests and it addressed the problem - meanwhile I checked at home after an hour of good data game:

 

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