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10-23-2020 11:58 AM
today I get my new gaming PC from HP OMEN GT13-0010ng Gaming Desktop (Intel Core i9-10900F, HyperX XMP 32GB DDR4 RAM, 2TB HDD, 512GB SSD, Nvidia GeForce RTX 2080 Super 8GB. I checked the temperature during gaming (No Man Sky) and the hightest temperature was 85° celcius. should I worry about the temperature?
I am not really sure because NVIDIA says that 89° celcius is the highest temperature for this video card.
10-23-2020 01:29 PM
Little Update after testing my computer with 3DMarks. I started 2 tests:
- 4k gaming with DX12
- DX12 benchmark for gaming PC
I get my results with GPU-Z and in both tests the highest GPU temperature was at 85° Celcius and the Fan Speed was 48 % at the highest reading. But I don't know what Fans Speed (porbaply form the graphic card). So I hope everything is fine. But it would be nice if I get a feedback.
10-27-2020 06:52 AM
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You do not have to worry since 85 degrees is not considered high especially for a high end gaming computer
As long as you do not face any lagging issues or severe overheating issues, there is nothing to worry
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10-27-2020 08:50 AM
I have the same problem with RTX 2080 Ti. Up to 89°C. Wich in theory is fine for GPU's but on the high end.
Referring to my question wich waterblock we can install on this type of GPU to lower the temp and in the end prolong the life span of this card... For HP it doesn't pose a problem but for many customers it does! So HP, help us out...
10-27-2020 11:56 AM
85C is definitely not ideal, but considering that the OEM cards that HP are installing are blower style cooling solution, its as good as it gets. Longevity wise is concerned but there is not much that you can do about it honestly especially with this stock case.
10-27-2020 03:00 PM
The only solution I see is to set up a water cooling block. EKW seems like a good candidate as it is already on my CPU 9700K. But I find very little data for this model of HP RTX. Even at the brand (EKW) itself, they don't know the hardware onder the stock case due to the rarity of this GPU. Hence my multipart question at HP if it has more information about this. There must be someone who has already thought about the overheating. I am certainly not the only one experiencing this!
10-27-2020 03:23 PM
I have now a thermaltake tower 900 room enough! Room for 4 fan radiator in the back, enough place for tubing and another 2 free GPU slots free next to current HP RTX. Not an issue. Just need to know wich one HP recommend for usage.