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Misterboss50
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Gpu and CPU temp?

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Dunno if I should be worried but my 4gb Rx 580 has gone up to mid 80°c and so has my cpu. They were on games like shadow warrior 2 and part of dmc 5. Games run fine and pc isn’t loud.

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Oh also it’s like the gpu temp steadily rises by like a percent every 30 something seconds it’s just odd 

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Photoray002
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Hello @Misterboss50 

 

I don't have those games specifically, but I would say in general, if you're not getting any higher than that, you're fine.

Game play is gonna tax the system and its absolutely normal. That is to say, depending on things like the cooling solution, game, game settings and ambient temperature.

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The case size could be a factor since it is pretty compact. The temperature in the room is actually quite cold, probably somewhere around 50°F. But thanks for the help, I just wanted to make sure nothing is wrong with it.

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The room temp is 50° fahrenheit?  Your room sounds almost like a walk in refrigerator. :Surprise:

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It’s in my basement, so yeah it’s prettty cold.

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Oh also, don’t want to be a bother blabut this but should I really worry unless my pc gets audibly loud or physically warm? Because it hasn’t really been doing either when it says my gpu is in the 80s

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No bother at all. No, sounds like its working just fine.

That case is rather confined as far as airflow is concerned as you pointed out. But if it does start to get loud fan rpm's, try opening the side panel and see if more airflow helps. Otherwise, it seems to be OK.

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