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Shawnlzc
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GPU temperature while gaming

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Omen Obelisk
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Hi, guys.

 

I bought the Omen by HP, Obelisk desktop with rtx 2080 during the BlackFriday sales from Bestbuy. However, I didn't have too much time gaming after purchasing the desktop.

Until today, I finally have some time to play. When I  played World of Warcraft for around 2 hours, I noticed that the GPU temperature went to 83 degree C. Then I played PUBG for another 3 hours with GPU temperature around 86 degree C.

I went to Nvidia website and  under the "specs", I saw that the "Maximum GPU Temperature (in C) is 88" (https://www.nvidia.com/en-us/geforce/graphics-cards/rtx-2080/) which is only 2 degree higher than 86 C.

So, I want to ask if this is normal temperature (for gaming) and if this temperature harmful to GPU? If this is harmful, is there any way to lower GPU temperature?

 

BTW, I  used a 2k 144Hz monitor when gaming, and my gpu temperature stays around 35 degree C if I do nothing.

 

Thanks in advance!

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I have the same problem.I'm currently playing AC Oddyssey and the temperature is 83-85 C.I have even attached a case fan to the ceiling....I think the fan of the GPU and the missing front fan is the problem.I'll probably change the case the days ..

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Djeron
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This temperature is absolutly normal, got the same results with my old and new gaming laptop.

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Acronomikos
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Sorry, normal would be a maximum of 73 degrees on the GPU.Netzt is Winter.Wie should look like in summer? ^^

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@Acronomikos

 

Have you considered contacting HP Support directly for help? you are entitled under warranty.

I have the 880 Omen desktop and my GTX 1070 averages around 73 with Battlefield, so the GPU running 86 would have me a bit concerned also.

 

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