02-25-2019 09:38 AM
I'm not sure. Download Asus GPU Tweak 2 and set a custom fan profile, though. They have it ramped WAY down from the factory, most likely for sound reasons. I've set mine more aggressive and can easily keep it in the 60s/low 70s, where I was routinely hitting mid 80s before. Cheapest and easiest fix
03-03-2019 11:48 PM
Nvidia dirver version 417.58 is avialable though windows update to fix instability issue with RTX2080. Please proceed with windows update from "Setting > Update and security > check update" and make sure its driver version is updated and propoerly installed in device manager.
03-04-2019 01:05 AM
Is the gpu a blower cooler ? Blower coolers are ideal for this type of application because they get ride of the hot air out of the case vs cooler which dumps it into the case which causes over heating of everything. Im not surprised it shut down.
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03-04-2019 01:41 AM
Check GPU and CPU temperatures in OMEN command center's system Vitals. GTX2080 GPU throttles at above 88 degress C . CPU throttles at above 97 degrees C. Temperatues above the throttling threshold aren't supposed to be frequently seen unless part of the thermal dissipation components built-in might be out of work.
03-05-2019 09:03 AM
Did you see the screen shot of his monitor and all the artifacts. I think the gpu is defective or wasnt pasted correctly from manufacturer. I would send it in for service. This kinda stuff makes me cringe to see. This should teach user a very expensive lession of computers. The other side is i think you need at least a lttiel knowledge with buying a machine like this because if you cant do simply trouble shouting its kinda your own fault.
If that was my system and my gpu was reaching temps like that first of all it would never reach temps like that because i always set a custom fan curve which is normally running at 80% all the time underload. Granted 2080 may run how there are solutions to fix this. One open the side panel and let fresh air in. You should not be using a PC in ambiant temps 75 degress. If u are in a cool room and temps are still kicking 80c plus. I would take apart the GPU and do a repaste because for someone with intermediate tech skills can do that. Know in regards to the artifacts event viewer will show if the gpu driver is crashing also lowering the clocks might help
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03-05-2019 09:10 AM - edited 03-05-2019 09:15 AM
I did not see the screenshot, no. If they're seeing artifacting then that's obviously a different issue. If the issue is that they're running in the 80s, that's really not that unbelievable, given how hot the 20 series runs in conjunction with the blower style cooler plus the highly unaggressive fan profile set from the factory.