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Help about the ASUS STRIX 3080 TI OC


Barak Dadon
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Hello everyone,

 

I got the ticket STRIX 3080 TI at a good time I started running some games and the GPU TEMP reached 73 degrees maximum and MEMORY TEMP reached 84 degrees Is that right? Is it too high? Would appreciate help

 

I also did UNDERVOLT to GPU to 1.0 volts and still the temperatures are high

 

I'm more worried about what MEMORY TEMP Some say can reach up to 100 degrees What is recommended for 7/24?

 

 

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That's okay.

Despite this, there was a discussion here recently that eventually replaced the heatsink with water cooling and the temperature of the whole system improved.

Your business also looks very crowded.

In your case it seems to me that the only place for the 360 ​​radiator is outside the case upstairs. 

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These are the temperatures of 3080TI, if you want to improve the temperatures of the memory you can replace thermal pads.

Another option is of course to try Undervolting which is supposed to lower your temperatures without affecting performance almost at all.

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Temperature is normal, read performance across the grid. Anyway, I'm not sure about replacing the pads in STRIX - where they do a very good job, The best in video cards in my opinion (I'm with Gigabyte which is also good, because it was not in ASUS stock).

 

I also had the same problem, a small crowded case, the video card cooked everything there, I switched to water cooling that solved the whole problem, the radiator sits in the front outside.

3080TI stock stock

https://www.techpowerup.com/review/msi-geforce-rtx-3080-ti-suprim-x/32.html

 

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