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Old 14-01-19, 02:41 PM
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I would be concerned about an air pocket in that case. You've definitely totally saturated the components. Like I said though, expect the 20 series to run hot. It's the first time Nvidia have put out a kitchen sink since Fermi.

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Old 14-01-19, 02:46 PM
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all in all though, 50C is not bad at all. Mine hits 50C on both cards heavily overclocked with 2x 480 rads. The fans are however only at 35% PWM so its silent running.

Don't overthink it. If you start hitting the 60s with your setup on the GPU, then it might be time to look into things. For now, enjoy your custom loop

70 on cpu and 50 on gpu are perfectly fine
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I would be concerned about an air pocket in that case. You've definitely totally saturated the components. Like I said though, expect the 20 series to run hot. It's the first time Nvidia have put out a kitchen sink since Fermi.
2080

Don't run that hot.

Don't use that much power.

Even my RTX Titans only use 280w TDP which is a lot less than some cards I can think of.
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Old 14-01-19, 03:19 PM
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280W is still quite a lot for a stock card, it's more than FuryX/390X was, the only modern cards it's less than really is 290X/Vega64/some other Titans. The 2080 is a 225W card, so slightly more than Vega56, I'd say anything beyond 200W you could say is a hot card, remembering anything with only an 8-pin can't use more than 216W (On the relevant 12V line) while in spec.
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Old 14-01-19, 03:26 PM
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The large die size helps with transfering the heat though.
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Old 14-01-19, 03:38 PM
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For the Titan/2080Ti yeah, the 2080 has a smaller die than Vega & Fury however, & the decrease in area for the 2080 is much larger than its decrease in power consumption against the Ti.
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Old 14-01-19, 06:47 PM
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RTX 2080Ti Die Size: 754 mm˛ TDP: 250 W
RTX 2080 Die Size: 545 mm˛ TDP: 215 W
Vega 64 Die Size: 495 mm˛ TDP: 295 W

Smallest die is vega, biggest TDP is vega. My Vega 56 with 64 bios, +150% power target and a hefty overclock pulls over 300W and will sit at roughly 58 degrees being cooled by an EK block and 420 and 240 radiators. Dropping from 1.2V to 1.05V drops the power draw to roughly 230W and the temperature doesn't get over 50. This is in a room ambient of 24 and the case internal temp is 32.

So GPU delta is 18 degrees above case ambient.
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Thank for all the feedback ie saying temps are fine as well as the suggestions and recommendations too.

Am gonna have a little jiggly about with the loop over the week end, change the bottom rad to intake and check the blocks and paste are OK to be thorough.

Will report back if there's any change.

Thanks again for the help.
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Right, jiggling complete.

Bottom rad changed to intake.

Idle temps for GPU and Water have dropped by 5-6C.

Load temps for Water and GPU have dropped 5-6C and CPU load temps have dropped by 8-10C.

A small change but definitely worth doing!
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Old 21-01-19, 11:51 AM
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Great to hear. I guess your chassis air flow has also improved with this. Its more uniform now, and not pulled in different directions. And that temp change is alot. Not a small improvement!
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