The RTX 2060 Super has a maximum thermal temperature of 89 Celcius. The card will start to throttle down the GPU/Memory speeds and ramp up the fans on the card well before it should hit that.
You won't do any damage to the card at 80 Celcius but i would definitely try to get that lower.
You probably should have created a new thread for this question.I have inno 3d rtx 2060 super.. Gpu works fine but it runs pretty hot.. Gpu temperature sometimes hit 83 degree, which I can see is the max temperature in msi afterburner. After reaching 83 it drops to 82, why my gpu have to go at 83 degree to thermal throttle itself. I mean temperature above 83, if not overclocking, itself can shorten the lifespan of gpu and it can also damage electronic component. What should be the optimal temperature for rtx 2060 super... If i change the fan curve.. Also does increasing fan speed to 90 percent under extreme load will shorten the life span of fan?.
Yes, I checked my gpu, there is no dust.. It is inno3d, not very good brand like zotac and msi but it is not that bad also. It has pretty bad thermal, there cards are reputed to run very hot. Below is my fan curveYou probably should have created a new thread for this question.
As for while, it could be many things. Is your computer case adequately cooled? Is the GPUs heatsink maybe full of dust? Are the fans working properly?
Sounds like it needs a dusting / re-paste / new thermal pads...Hi,
Finally, I found a forum/thread for this topic. I also use a RTX 2060 Super, to be more precise the Aorus 2060 Super 8G rev1.0. This GPU is a Triple-Slot GPU with 3x100mm fans. Im really happy with the performance of this card, but at the same time it's pretty much at 80°C which really concerns me. At the same the fans are spinning like crazy and are really loud. My very old GPU was silent compared to this one. Is this normal or can this be caused by any kind of hardware damage?
My Case: BeQuiet Silent Base 600 with removed HDD-Cage, nothing else changed.
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