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post #81 of 191 (permalink) Old 02-03-2019, 03:43 PM
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Quote: Originally Posted by johnvosh View Post
I haven't seen those temps yet. Mine will boost up to around 1,980 MHz on the core and the memory is at 7,001 Mhz. Even after playing for a couple of hours, my card doesn't get over 68c at max with my room around 22c. The 3 fans spin at around 1,700 RPM when it is at that temp, but I can't hear them.
Oh im talking about the founders edition. She gets toasty inside a case, im sure it would be a few c cooler than mine in a case with a ventilated side panel, mine is tempered glass. Eventually ill water cool this thing but its so pretty i dont wanna take the cooler apart lol.

I imagine your gigabyte would still get into the 70's in my case, i had a strix 1080ti and it was also running 10-12c hotter than any review site listed.

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ARCTIC Accelero sticky thermal pad is really bad when you want to remove it.

my strix oc 2060 with max power limit run <60c @ ~1800rpm. btw i also replaced the themal paste to phanteks ph ndc.
buy the strix a6g if you want your a super quiet and cooled 2060.
the coil whine is louder than the fans on my strix oc sadly.

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Quote: Originally Posted by Milkmano View Post
I received a Gigabyte RTX 2060 Windforce OC (GV-N2060WF2OC-6GD Revision 1.00) a few days ago and I must say the cooling is pretty bad on this card, besides the fan rattling which can temporarily be fixed by moving the fans up and down the temperature is pretty high during Unigine Heaven with an overclock of +40 (higher is not stable) on the core, the temperature reaches about 85c/185f which drops the boost clock to around 1860/1875mhz from 1980mhz when just starting.

Even when I manually set the fan speed to 100% (which sounds like a vacuum cleaner) the temperature still reaches about 70c/158f and the boost clock ends up around 1920mhz.

My room temperature was around 16c/60f and the side of my case was open, when summer comes and the thermal paste has not been refreshed for a while the temperatures will probably even reach 90c or higher which is far beyond my comfort zone.

Gigabyte has already released a newer 2.00 revision only two weeks after the release of this card which has a different cooling block which might (hopefully) perform better, for comparison see:
Revision 1.00:
https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Ca...N2060WF2OC-6GD
https://www.gigabyte.com/FileUpload/...img/vga/13.png

Revision 2.00:
https://www.gigabyte.com/Graphics-Ca...2OC-6GD-rev-20
https://www.gigabyte.com/FileUpload/...img/vga/13.png

So maybe they knew this card had bad cooling from the start but released it anyway because the revision 1.00 batch was already produced and ready to ship.

Video of the fan rattle issue for the ones that are interested: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DMHShogpN_8
try to push the middle of the fans to stop the fan spinning to show the fans are really the problem of making rattle noise, then send this to matthewH.
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So guys what do i do, im in a conundrum.

Love the 2060 and the temps are fine IF i set a fan profile, problem is in world of warcraft (which is the game i play the most) i get random mouse spinouts (like if i had 10 million dpi) for short periods then it recovers, this is 100% caused by evga precision. I looked into this and afterburner does the same thing. It doesnt happen a lot, but when it does the game is unplayable so if i was in a raid id be basically afk.

Without a custom fan curve i get windows notification warnings of an overheating GPU (81c+) and with evga running temps stay under 80c even overclocked but i get the mouse problem.

Should i return this thing, or do you guys have a potential fix for the mouse spin outs? I disabled precision and its absolutely the problem, i just wonder what the underlying cause is and why i only get it in WoW.

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So guys what do i do, im in a conundrum.

Love the 2060 and the temps are fine IF i set a fan profile, problem is in world of warcraft (which is the game i play the most) i get random mouse spinouts (like if i had 10 million dpi) for short periods then it recovers, this is 100% caused by evga precision. I looked into this and afterburner does the same thing. It doesnt happen a lot, but when it does the game is unplayable so if i was in a raid id be basically afk.

Without a custom fan curve i get windows notification warnings of an overheating GPU (81c+) and with evga running temps stay under 80c even overclocked but i get the mouse problem.

Should i return this thing, or do you guys have a potential fix for the mouse spin outs? I disabled precision and its absolutely the problem, i just wonder what the underlying cause is and why i only get it in WoW.
tuning fan profile wont improve the cooling capability in nature, you simply raise the fan rpm at certain degree set.


what have you set on msi ab/evga px? just the fan profile?
you shall try ddu the driver first.
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tuning fan profile wont improve the cooling capability in nature, you simply raise the fan rpm at certain degree set.


what have you set on msi ab/evga px? just the fan profile?
you shall try ddu the driver first.
Oh i understand that, but i need some kind of software to increase the fan profile or i will thermal throttle/get windows 10 overheating notifications. I hate speedfan i refuse to use it and the only other two i know of are afterburner/precision and both of those cause my mouse to go crazy at times in WoW.

My options are either:
1. Thermal throttle
2. Mouse goes crazy in game i play the most

If i could figure out why overclocking software makes the mouse weird in WoW id attempt to fix it, but i wouldnt even know where to start.

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Oh i understand that, but i need some kind of software to increase the fan profile or i will thermal throttle/get windows 10 overheating notifications. I hate speedfan i refuse to use it and the only other two i know of are afterburner/precision and both of those cause my mouse to go crazy at times in WoW.

My options are either:
1. Thermal throttle
2. Mouse goes crazy in game i play the most

If i could figure out why overclocking software makes the mouse weird in WoW id attempt to fix it, but i wouldnt even know where to start.
return the card if it is not costly
or you can try replace the stock thermal paste
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return the card if it is not costly
or you can try replace the stock thermal paste
Ya ill call nvidia tomorrow to see if they charge return shipping, sucks i really like this card but the heatsink is not up to the task for the fan profile they selected. I wonder how 2070 founders owners dealt with this lol.

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@asdkj1740 I have only tested this card for 3 days but the rattling came back after a day when I moved the fans up and down in the middle while the PC is turned off.

Here’s a video of the fans running and me slowing them down with my finger to stop the rattling noise:

@Scotty99 You can try to uninstall all overclock utility's but one and uninstall the Rivatuner statistics server to see if that possibly messes with your mouse movement in WoW, I have always used the latest Afterburner beta version ever since I got my RTX cards and never had any issue.

I have decided to return the card to the store because I really don’t like/trust those high temperatures, I was really hoping Gigabyte would have improved the fans on the cards after the whole RTX2070/2080 3 fans model start and stop issue but sadly this wasn’t the case on my RTX2060 card.

Thanks for all the feedback and have fun with your RTX 2060 cards!
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Well if anyone cares (or plays wow with afterburner/precision open) i might have found a fix for the problem:
https://eu.battle.net/forums/en/wow/...682745#post-13

I pasted the line that enables raw mouse input in game and so far (knock on wood) the spin outs have stopped. Its only been a couple hours but usually id have had a few by then in that timespan.

Edit: 100% confirmed fix, i get to keep my founders 2060

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