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Graphic Card RTX 2060S 83°C

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HP OMEN GT12-0010nq
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Hey i just bought a HP OMEN GT12-0010nq, AMD Ryzen 7 3700X 4.4GHz, 16GB, 1TB + SSD 1TB, NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2060 Super 8GB and my graphic card run in all games with 83°C and i'm woried about that, i think its too much, and the stock cpu was replaced with Noctua and from 95°C now i have 70-75°C in games....

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hi

the max indicated for this type of card is around 89 ° c
So just check if it doesn't get hotter!
take breaks, don't play too long at high temperatures!
for games requiring a lot of resources, lower the graphics settings if necessary


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The graphic card stay around the 83-85°C and i want to add 3-4 fans too more airflow, u think will bebbetter?

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Adding fans can have the opposite effect
Already, is it possible, the case, the motherboard are planned for?
If you don't do it right, it can get hotter than before!

 


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I put a 120mm upper case fan by Noctua to take the air in case and i have one fan stock back case to take air out...

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And, what more do you want, I answered your question, no?


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