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RTX 2060 Gigabyte OC reaches 80-84 degrees

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what is your fan speed at max temp?
Ran a burn test for 15 mins on furmark then after 15 mins enabled furry object rendering. Here are the results, at the end it was stuck on 74degreesC removed my dust filters and it started slowly dropping to 71degreesC so far I am happy, but I shouldn't have to remove the dust filters, its the lian li pc o-11air case which is known to have air flow issues, culprit being the dust filters. Will be getting rid of this case anyway.
 

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Ran a burn test for 15 mins on furmark then after 15 mins enabled furry object rendering. Here are the results, at the end it was stuck on 74degreesC removed my dust filters and it started slowly dropping to 71degreesC so far I am happy, but I shouldn't have to remove the dust filters, its the lian li pc o-11air case which is known to have air flow issues, culprit being the dust filters. Will be getting rid of this case anyway.
that clear ... the heat sink on rev2 is best






Hello. I have also bought the same Gigabyte RTX 2060 Windforce OC. It's a good card but i hate the temperature .... the temp goes and stays between 80-82c in stock clocks ..... the temp situation is same as in this video .... could you happen to know why is that and what is the solution? Thanks

that's enough gigabyte
there is a problem with the cooling system 2x fan
 

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83% but since I have improved my case fan configuration, will some games now and see how it performs.
what kind of improve ... size of fans and directions ?

2x 100mm fans (windforce) is OK, but its little radiator with only two heat pipes... :shadedshu:
What I can not understand is companies test cards before release ? is gigabyte test their gpus before release?

the question is ...... why zotac rtx 2060 2fans have perfect temp

gigabyte mini heat pipes ... no comment
 

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that clear ... the heat sink on rev2 is best


Hello. I have also bought the same Gigabyte RTX 2060 Windforce OC. It's a good card but i hate the temperature .... the temp goes and stays between 80-82c in stock clocks ..... the temp situation is same as in this video .... could you happen to know why is that and what is the solution? Thanks

that's enough gigabyte
there is a problem with the cooling system 2x fan
Mine isn't the windforce version its this one:

https://www.gigabyte.com/uk/Graphics-Card/GV-N2060OC-6GD-rev-20#kf
 

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What I can not understand is companies test cards before release ? is gigabyte test their gpus before release?
Again, these temperatures around 80C is normal, the only problem is overpriced and pointless windforce2x-version in my opinion. The cheap one version is... ok I guess. Actually, if I knew about it before buying, I would choose another card with better cooler for 10-20$ more. :rolleyes:
 

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It's good to remember to OP that you can always change thermal compound. If you use a good one, you can easily gain 20% on temps. I bet that Gigabyte uses really poor performance thermal compound. At least here these changes don't avoid guarantee when there's no tape on screws.
 
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It's good to remember to OP that you can always change thermal compound. If you use a good one, you can easily gain 20% on temps. I bet that Gigabyte uses really poor performance thermal compound. At least here these changes don't avoid guarantee when there's no tape on screws.
Don't trust this post.

20 % of 273+80 Kelvin is 70.6 K reduction => net result 10 degree Celcius. You do know when talking percentage it is of SI units.
20% of 80 C is 16 degree C => net result 64 degree C. I have been nice and shown the best result. I could have taking Rankin or the Fahrenheit which again show the absurd in the statement.

What you can get is -5 to + 5 degree Celsius reduction. - 5 => increase in temperature if you are a noob not knowing how to replace TIM, 5 degree C if the manufacturer f**ked up and either forgot TIM or put in 2 mm.
 
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any one try change thermal compound ?
I tried but i don't know thermal compound's name. Now it reaches 84C. :confused:

It's good to remember to OP that you can always change thermal compound. If you use a good one, you can easily gain 20% on temps. I bet that
Gigabyte uses really poor performance thermal compound. At least here these changes don't avoid guarantee when there's no tape on screws.
I will try new thermal paste which is Thermaltake TG4 or Dark Freezer Ultimate. I think that it is heating because of VRAM. Because if it use %10 of card, it will reach 78-80C on 1900MHZ. I believe it is fault of VRAM. It uses Micron, Micron doesn't support good overclocking. I will replace VRAM's thermal pads and thermal paste.

Don't trust this post.

20 % of 273+80 Kelvin is 70.6 K reduction => net result 10 degree Celcius. You do know when talking percentage it is of SI units.
20% of 80 C is 16 degree C => net result 64 degree C. I have been nice and shown the best result. I could have taking Rankin or the Fahrenheit which again show the absurd in the statement.

What you can get is -5 to + 5 degree Celsius reduction. - 5 => increase in temperature if you are a noob not knowing how to replace TIM, 5 degree C if the manufacturer f**ked up and either forgot TIM or put in 2 mm.
I agree with you.

All in all, this heatsink is awful. I hope that Consumer Rights will help to us. It is Gigabyte's fault, not us.

.. the heat sink on rev2 is best
How do you know?
 

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Don't trust this post.

20 % of 273+80 Kelvin is 70.6 K reduction => net result 10 degree Celcius. You do know when talking percentage it is of SI units.
20% of 80 C is 16 degree C => net result 64 degree C. I have been nice and shown the best result. I could have taking Rankin or the Fahrenheit which again show the absurd in the statement.

What you can get is -5 to + 5 degree Celsius reduction. - 5 => increase in temperature if you are a noob not knowing how to replace TIM, 5 degree C if the manufacturer f**ked up and either forgot TIM or put in 2 mm.
You probably knows nothing about what bad applied or even bad thermal compounds are capable to do and the huge difference that you can have on change it for a good thermal compound like Artic Silve 5. There's no problem on it, people don't need to know everything. The problem is when you disqualify posts only because you're absolute ignorant.

I receive dozens of videocards every month to fix. So I really know what I talking about. Probably it will not happens with a new card, but it's not that rare to see manufacturer screwed things.

But I should say that he could gain UP TO 20%, not 20%. Anyway, it was not hard to understand in that way.
 
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Is the problem on vram (micron)? FE 2060 have samsung vram
or rtx 2060 very hot compare to gtx 1060 ?
Read the topic. Info is in it. First 3 pages or so.
 

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I think this thread has covered more than enough detail regarding the OP's issue and has now become a "free for all" cluster of random solutions, time to close the door for now, thank you all.
 
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