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This is how it looks, maybe the screws are too tight? I could try with washers to stop them.

In idle with 100% fans didn't go above 29c case open.

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https://www.techpowerup.com/258228/1...eries-thermals

"In its blog post, AMD stated that 110 °C hotspot temperatures under "typical gaming usage" are "expected and within spec."

Technically AMD says you're O.K, but it does seem on the high side.

My Powercolor Red Devil hits mid eighties stock clocks in an intensive game with a fairly quiet balanced fan curve. I'm somewhere around 67 on the edge temp for comparison. My ambient is usually around 21 at this time of year.

What is the temperature in your room?

What kind of case fan set up do you have?

What are your VRM and VRAM temps?

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Quote: Originally Posted by Slink3Slyde View Post
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"In its blog post, AMD stated that 110 °C hotspot temperatures under "typical gaming usage" are "expected and within spec."

Technically AMD says you're O.K, but it does seem on the high side.

My Powercolor Red Devil hits mid eighties stock clocks in an intensive game with a fairly quiet balanced fan curve. I'm somewhere around 67 on the edge temp for comparison. My ambient is usually around 21 at this time of year.

What is the temperature in your room?

What kind of case fan set up do you have?

What are your VRM and VRAM temps?
These are the temps after 15 min of borderlands 3, a lot of effects and fights.
Room temp is 21c ish also had the glass pannel off.

Got 3 noctua 140 intake and 3 140 silent wing as exhaust. (2 top 1 back)

Also I'm playing in 2k at max settings.




Btw also reapplied paste, temps looks the same tbh.
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Your GPU power hit 256W, which is a lot. And your GPU voltage is maxed out at 1.2V. So it seems normal. My Gigabyte 5700X would be hotter and would probably need fans at 3000 RPM. You should definitely try undervolting.

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Your GPU power hit 256W, which is a lot. And your GPU voltage is maxed out at 1.2V. So it seems normal. My Gigabyte 5700X would be hotter and would probably need fans at 3000 RPM. You should definitely try undervolting.
Yeah, thought was 230 lol, the nitro + should max at 220 in theory.

I tried before, but wattman right now is really buggy... Should I use the automatic amd undervolt? It sets 1.151mv.

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Quote: Originally Posted by DAM20 View Post
Yeah, thought was 230 lol, the nitro + should max at 220 in theory.

I tried before, but wattman right now is really buggy... Should I use the automatic amd undervolt? It sets 1.151mv.
I use 1100 mV. Even with that voltage, it can hit 200W in some optimized games, but will usually sit between 140 and 200 W and card will be relatively cool and quiet.

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I had to rush out, sorry. Agree with Ha-Nocri 1.2 volts is the reason for your temps.

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Run the 180W BIOS and you should be fine. You will not hit 1.2v.

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Keeping it below 90c requires some good cooling and under 1150mv which if your overclocking is not going to happen(unless your on water)

Reference cards run even hotter from what I seen going damn neat the 110c limit.
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