Computer Type: Desktop, custom built
GPU: Palit 2080 Super Jetstream, no overclock
CPU: i7 9700K, no overclock
Motherboard: Gigabyte Z390 Pro, F10
RAM: Crucial ballistix sport 16gb (8x2) DDR4-2400
PSU: Seasonic prime 750W Gold
Operating System & Version: Week old new install of Win 10 1903, fully updated
GPU Drivers: 436.48, clean install
I have Palit 2080 Super Jetstream since december 2018 and the experience was great. But few months ago I started to notice that when my card is reaching it's maximum TDP (100% monitored by HWInfo, MSI AB can’t detect this spike) under heavy load, the fan (or both fans) is starting to spinning crazy up to 3000+ RPM (very loud noise) for a few seconds and then it's going back to normal curve. When I set fans to 100% RPM in MSI Afterburner - they are spinning only around 2000 RPM. The temps aren't a problem, because this problem could appear on every temp under huge load.
These spikes are very loud and annoying.
The image of HWInfo analysis - https://i.imgur.com/rsX4X7x.png
P.S. I noticed that this problem appears when my TDP goes really fast to 100%. Say 75% to 101% in 1 second. So card is going crazy.
Troubleshooting: brand new system, drivers installed with ddu, 130% of TDP and increased voltage, custom curve to cool down don't help