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02-05-2019 02:47 AM
Zfast4y0u put fans to spin always on 20% or something, should drop those temps at least 10-15c. you are probably in zero fan rpm mode.
02-04-2019 01:58 PM
8051 That is bizarre. What happens to GPU temps under load?
01-27-2019 05:50 PM
razorseal
Quote: Originally Posted by The Pook View Post
It's at idle clocks and GPU usage is low and task manager isn't showing anything using it... seems to be a cooler/airflow/ambient issue (and if your ambients are 75F it shouldn't be an ambient issue).
Right. It never did this until just a couple days ago I noticed it. Nothing has changed... Even with the case open, it won't go down.
01-26-2019 11:04 AM
The Pook It's at idle clocks and GPU usage is low and task manager isn't showing anything using it... seems to be a cooler/airflow/ambient issue (and if your ambients are 75F it shouldn't be an ambient issue).
01-26-2019 10:51 AM
razorseal I did a cleanboot and its still the same... so I don't think it's some software hogging up resources
01-26-2019 10:31 AM
razorseal
MSI Gaming X 1080ti stated idling high temps

Hey guys,

Not sure what is causing this. I did some trouble shooting, but I don't see what can be drawing the power to do this. It just started doing it about a week ago. Nothing has changed since. I noticed it when my room was a little warm... my other 1080ti (same one) on the other computer is at 29c right now. My room is about 73-75F

I see it go out of idle clocks once in a while, but settles at that usually.

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