- Feb 18, 2019
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|Processor||Ryzen 7 1700|
|Motherboard||MSI x470 gaming plus|
|Memory||16gb Gskill tridentz|
|Video Card(s)||ASUS Strix Geforce RTX 2060|
|Storage||Crucial NVME M.2 1 TB pcie SSD and 1TB Western Digital HDD.|
|Display(s)||LG 34" superwide 2560x1080|
|Case||Phanteks Evolv X|
|Audio Device(s)||USB Audio Interface with Stereo Studio Monitors.|
|Power Supply||EVGA 600watt 80 plus|
|Mouse||gskill "ripjaw" LOL|
|Keyboard||Piece of shit Lenovo Freebie - best keyboard ever.|
Yes, technically the temperatures according to Nvidia, are ok.Hello guys again. il upload some of my charts. first one is a superposition benchmark, the second is 25 min of The witcher 3 and the third one is 25 min of Far cry 5. resolution in games is 2560x1080 (ultrawide monitor, is so immersive), in TW3 i have 85 avg fps and for FR5 i have 95 avg fps. if u see in the TW3 gpu coreclok is 1815mhz, in the FC5 is 1920mhz, why ?!. im very happy with my cpu temp, arround 53c avg in all games. im not happy with my gpu temp, it go up to 77c in demanding games. when gpu reach 73c and above my pc case start to vibrate and resonate wich is very annoying the sound. any thoughts about my charts, if someone analise them and explain if there are ok... ty in advance for answering me.
BUT, it seems a lot of these cards are coming with inferior coolers which probably explains the lower cost.
Personally I wouldn't let anything run into the high 70s-80s range because heat simply degrades electronics, and especially memory.
Some may disagree, but I know for a fact that high temps like that drastically affect longevity.
The noise and vibration you are mentioning sounds like you may have a fan that is out of balance or defective.
Other than the temps and vibration, the card appears to perform fine.
The change in core clocks is the boost clock.
Look up above at my last GPUz post where the GPU core clock is at 2010mhz. That is not me doing that. It's the card. Also in Far Cry 5.
But temps stay in the 50s.
It's only supposed to go to 1860 per the specs, but apparently it goes much higher unless that's an error in GPUz?