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5700xt Temps- Need Response

Tried 2 different 5700xt's in my x570 extreme. Its in an open air case fans are at 100% and within 1-2 minutes of any gameplay/test the GPU hotspots go upwards of 110c. I just need to know if this is a known false sensor reading or a bad motherboard. PSU has been swapped out already. Every part interchanged with others. These same GPU's in another system temps are fine in. Is this a bad motherboard thing with gen4 pcie heating up my GPU more than necessary? has anyone experienced this same problem?
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From what I've seen that is where some cards hit that 110c on reference cards which is normal.

Some have added washers to the GPU back bracket to get the heatsink closer the the GPU die and that has worked for them to lower that junction temperature. You might also go a little further by opening up the card and check to see the paste application as well if there is thermal pad issues since there has been some doozies.

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this is a sapphire nitro 5700xt, and a red devil 5700xt, both of them have this issue on the x570. In an intel build the temps are completely normal. Case is not enclosed and can pull in plenty of air. I know it can't be the card if they work fine in another system. So it leads me to believe its the motherboard.
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I do recall AMD had an issue with the RX 480 was it and the PCIe slots heating up but I don't know if that had affected the temperatures of the cards themselves. And I haven't heard of this issue with the Navi cards.

Those two cards are possibly the best for the 5700 XT and as you stated remain cool when connected to your Intel rig but not your AMD rig and you say the case is just as airy as your Intel one. That is queer. It may be a defective mobo with PCI surges cooking the cards.

It's not the cards. However, do you have any other card you can test with for additional confirmation (bigger scientific sample) so when you RMA. Could be the PSU as well (swap PSUs and test).

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Tried 2 different 5700xt's in my x570 extreme. Its in an open air case fans are at 100% and within 1-2 minutes of any gameplay/test the GPU hotspots go upwards of 110c. I just need to know if this is a known false sensor reading or a bad motherboard. PSU has been swapped out already. Every part interchanged with others. These same GPU's in another system temps are fine in. Is this a bad motherboard thing with gen4 pcie heating up my GPU more than necessary? has anyone experienced this same problem?

What are you reading temps with? AFAIK HWinfo64 is the only program that reads mostly right. 110c hot spots is within specs according to AMD.

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Thank you all for the replies. I have been using HWinfo64 for temperature readouts. Also tried waltman and they are both showing the same results. I know that this is in spec but being 100% max fan speed and only a few minutes into any gameplay can't be good. I only can imagine how bad it could get within a few hours of playing.

I have tried a different PSU hoping that would fix the problem but it didn't help. I will have to put my rx580 into the system to see what results are like. I think an RMA on the board is my best solution, it has had alot of wifi networking issues also. Hopefully they send a new board and not a refurbished? At least I have another opinion on the situation and some feedback on if others have experienced the same thing. Have done DDU and clean installs for windows many times to try and fix the wifi problem and GPU thermals. Thank you guys for the feedback I'll post back if it is fixed with a different board.
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If you have something like AB or any other overclocking software. It might be conflicting with Wattman, even if it's not installed. I've encountered problems with third party OCIng software. (no not everyone has problems) My advice is to only install GPU-Z or HWINFO maybe, I can't account for HWINFO but I haven't seen anyone have an issue with it. Those temps would happen if you had say afterburner on even with a very small increase, for lack of better word it stacks onto Wattmans settings, even if not installed.



I'd remove everything but GPU-z and Wattman. Then check out what is going on in the sensors while you game. 110c is within the throttle limit, but as tested by numerous reviewers is not normal at stock in any sense. And as you yourself know from using another system it is not normal. Show me a screen shot of your sensor readings in GPU-Z after you game. You can click on each setting to show max temps since the sensor tab was opened. I would like to see those. See where it says max in green you can click it to toggle. I'm showing you an example, ignore my readouts.



Briank is talking about gpu temp not hotspot. ( I think)
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