Ootsie87

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Hi guys,

When I play graphically demanding games (for example Assasins Creed Odyssey), my GPU fans will run as high as 2100 RMP, while my case fans will run at around 900 RPM. All system temparatures are great but I'm just concerned my GPU fans are working a little too hard.

Questions:

  1. Is GPU fans running at 2100 RPM at load ok, or should I be trying to get those down? My GPU temperature tends to hover around 70 degrees C
  2. Should I be setting my case fans to run faster under load in an attempt to get my GPU fans running slower, whilst trying to keep my GPU temps as they are now?
System Specs:

Asus ROG Strix z490 e gaming.
Intel i5 10600K
Corsair H100I Platinum CPU cooler (2 fan radiator which I run at the front of the case as intake)
2 x 16GB sticks of Corsair Dominator RAM @ 3200 MHz
Asus ROG Strix 3080 Ti
6 x Corsair AF120 Air Series, 120 mm (1 below the CPU cooler at the front of the case as intake, 2 at the bottom as intake, 2 at the top and 1 at the rear as exhaust)

Thanks
 

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