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    Matrose
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    Standard Gtx 1080 TI FE - temp-limit defekt?

    Meine karte - 1080 TI FE stock.

    Temperaturen limit - stock auto default 84C
    Fan speed -auto stock
    Power Limit - stock auto 100%

    Und...

    Meine karte manchmal die Last ( LOAD ) erreicht 85C zusammen mit fan auto speed 60% . Gpuz shows PWR LIMIT ( nicht zeigen Thermal limit ). Und keine Drosselung Uhren. Ist das normal?

    Auf pc restarten ( reboot ) 83-84C max , fan max 50% and uhren drosselung.Ich verstehe nicht, diese.



    ps: can i use english? I am from England . Thanks !



    Sometimes temp limit stops working on my card,fan goes from 49% to 60% on auto, and temps goes as high 85-86C and there is not thrm throttling on clocks, only PWR limit.


    Card sometimes goes above temp limit which is 84C. Go to 85-86C and when i looking to GPUZ its showing PWR LIMIT ,not THRM LIMIT. Can somebody explain me this?

    I must restart pc to make again 83-84C max
    Rebooting pc cure this. When i reboot pc 83-84C max ,clocks throttle and fan max 49%.

    I tried on 378.69 drivers and 382.05 and newest drivers. ( 3 ).

    Worry about this or its normal?

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    Flottillenadmiral Avatar von Shariela
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    Greetings sew333,

    i would suggest to set your own fan curve via MSI Afterburner. 84C is the known temp limit. Maybe GPUZ is showing an invalid result or mixing up the data. Even if not, i would keep my graphic card cool as possible without having such a high temp. Try out the fan curve. If you dont know how to use it go on youtube tutorial for MSI Afterburner. After testing let us know the result. Cheers.
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    Matrose
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    Why gpuz showing only pwr limit on 85C? Not Thermal limit ( temperaturen ).

    Temperature suddenly goes past 84°C to 85C and the fanspeed goes up.

    Gpuz shows Pwr Limit,instead of thermal limit.

    I dont know why the card does it but it seems that it is ignoring the temperature limit all the sudden and using the powerlimit instead.

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    Flottillenadmiral Avatar von Shariela
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    I got ya. I dont have any straight answer for that. I can only say 84C is the known temp limit.

    I still would say try out your own fan curve. If you keep the card cooler and the problem will not occure we could guess GPUZ is showing up wrong data.

    The problem would be solved. The answer aint. Maybe somebody else is able to do so.
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    Matrose
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    gpuz showing good stats


    As i said, after reboot the card maxed out at 83°C under same conditions. WoW at 200% renderscale, 3DMark and Overwatch.
    I checked my GPU-Z logs. The moment the card was at 87°C there was no temp limit warning, and the card was almost at full GPU boost speed, that's the thing that bothered me.
    Same tests after reboot, the card was at 83°C and boost clock was lower and temp limit was reached.
    That's why i am asking here what can cause that the card is ignroring the given thermal limit of 83°C.
    Now my question is, what in the world was that ? Boost clock is controlled by driver, isn't it ? Maybe the driver went nuts.
    i dont think it was an airflow issue. The card never reached 87°C even under maximum load at 4k resolution. It was the same Setup, i didn't change everything.
    As i said, after reboot the card maxed out at 83°C under same conditions.

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