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    Default Gtx 1080 Ti Fe - temp limit issue on stock

    Hello. Greetings from Poland. And sorry for my bad language. I am sad because of my Gtx 1080 Ti Fe.


    No overclocking,no tweaking ,all stock and default.


    The temp limit is default at 84. I thought at the default setting the fan is targeted at 50% and the card would start throttling once it hits 84c so it wouldn't go past the temp limit of 84. But in my experience it goes past that limit from time to time and the fan would spin at 60-65%. Is this normal? Again this is at default setting with nothing overclocked. Going past the temp limit hitting 85-86c ( without throttling , gpuz shows VREL or PWR limit instead of THRM ) with loud fan noise is worrisome. I'm not sure if this is a driver problem or this is normal?


    Temps sometimes go past 84C to 86-87C and i dont have THermal limit drop in clocks in gpuz. Gpuz stating Pwr limit or voltage limit. Any ideas?




    I tried on 378,382 and newest drivers.

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    Default Re: Gtx 1080 Ti Fe - temp limit issue on stock

    Quote Originally Posted by sew333 View Post
    Hello. Greetings from Poland. And sorry for my bad language. I am sad because of my Gtx 1080 Ti Fe.


    No overclocking,no tweaking ,all stock and default.


    The temp limit is default at 84. I thought at the default setting the fan is targeted at 50% and the card would start throttling once it hits 84c so it wouldn't go past the temp limit of 84. But in my experience it goes past that limit from time to time and the fan would spin at 60-65%. Is this normal? Again this is at default setting with nothing overclocked. Going past the temp limit hitting 85-86c ( without throttling , gpuz shows VREL or PWR limit instead of THRM ) with loud fan noise is worrisome. I'm not sure if this is a driver problem or this is normal?


    Temps sometimes go past 84C to 86-87C and i dont have THermal limit drop in clocks in gpuz. Gpuz stating Pwr limit or voltage limit. Any ideas?




    I tried on 378,382 and newest drivers.
    In the past when I've had similar issues with other cards, I actually re-applied new thermal paste and it almost instantly solved my problem. Sometimes the factory puts way too much on and it causes high temps, but you might also void your warranty in the process depending on the company.
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    Default Re: Gtx 1080 Ti Fe - temp limit issue on stock

    I had the GTX 1080 Ti FE not long ago and facts are blower cards are going to run hot. Even if with no overclock the video card was damn powerful. It made 4K gaming a reality for me Stupidly I sold it for reasons I regret now. I say just be happy to have a GTX 1080 Ti.
    I wish I could build pcs each and every single day for the rest of my life. PC FTW !

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    Default Re: Gtx 1080 Ti Fe - temp limit issue on stock

    Would like to see additional specs such as the case you have it in, OS used and such.
    The case is certainly of interest whenever temp problems at stock come up, could be something with not getting enough airflow through the case making things run hotter than they should. Additional things like the fans in the case and such would be even more helpful, unless a pic of it can be seen it's hard to really say exactly what could be done to help.

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