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16Clip
#31 Dec 17 2019 02:27pm
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Quote (King Atrhur @ Dec 6 2019 08:45pm)
LOL?

stress test needs to be like 1-2 hours each.


just wanted to give a little update on this, did 2 stress tests now.
first: did run it for 40 minutes, average temperature was 86°C.
2nd with open side panel: did run it for 35 minutes, 84°C

did this to be sure its not the airflow..has to be the card doesnt it
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#32 Dec 17 2019 02:42pm
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Quote (16Clip @ Dec 17 2019 03:27pm)
just wanted to give a little update on this, did 2 stress tests now.
first: did run it for 40 minutes, average temperature was 86°C.
2nd with open side panel: did run it for 35 minutes, 84°C

did this to be sure its not the airflow..has to be the card doesnt it





Most of the reviews for this card (Gigabyte version) say it runs... HOT!!

Most other RTX 2060's get about 70C on Furmark.
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#33 Dec 17 2019 03:38pm
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Quote (Ghot @ Dec 17 2019 09:42pm)
Most of the reviews for this card (Gigabyte version) say it runs... HOT!!

Most other RTX 2060's get about 70C on Furmark.


can I try to get it replaced with my warranty?
if they dont notice that I replaced the paste..there was no seal tho.

This post was edited by 16Clip on Dec 17 2019 03:39pm
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#34 Dec 17 2019 04:15pm
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Quote (16Clip @ Dec 17 2019 04:38pm)
can I try to get it replaced with my warranty?
if they dont notice that I replaced the paste..there was no seal tho.




I'd imagine they could tell anyway. If you bought it at like best buy or similar, you might be able to trade in for diff manufacturer card?
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#35 Dec 18 2019 04:05am
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Quote (Ghot @ Dec 17 2019 11:15pm)
I'd imagine they could tell anyway. If you bought it at like best buy or similar, you might be able to trade in for diff manufacturer card?


Would a new cooling solution help? I might going to buy the arctic accelero iv if they won’t replace my gpu
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#36 Dec 18 2019 04:07am
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Quote (16Clip @ Dec 18 2019 05:05am)
Would a new cooling solution help? I might going to buy the arctic accelero iv if they won’t replace my gpu




Well a better GPU cooling solution would definitely help the GPU.
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#37 Dec 18 2019 08:15am
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furmark at 85 is fine
in no way are you going to stress your card like furmark unless you are mining

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#38 Dec 18 2019 08:17am
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Quote (Ghot @ Dec 18 2019 04:07am)
Well a better GPU cooling solution would definitely help the GPU.


did he show you case and case airflow

just wondering we both know air flowing helps alot
even if he took side panel off there could be no air flow for the card

plus

Quote (yupitsmeh @ Dec 18 2019 08:15am)
furmark at 85 is fine
in no way are you going to stress your card like furmark unless you are mining


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#39 Dec 18 2019 10:50am
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front panel x2 in, back panel x1 out, top x2 out
i tested the airflow with a tissue..there is nothing wrong with the airflow.

case is mx330

This post was edited by 16Clip on Dec 18 2019 10:51am
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#40 Dec 19 2019 02:03pm
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Quote (16Clip @ Dec 18 2019 10:50am)
front panel x2 in, back panel x1 out, top x2 out
i tested the airflow with a tissue..there is nothing wrong with the airflow.

case is mx330


run superposition benchmark in loop for hour or two and tell us temp
furmark overly stresses it
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