Question Gpu going up to 76 degrees while playing games

Sep 24, 2019
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Hello, I recently bought a new pc and notice that side of the pc where my gpu is, it is pretty warm so i got worried if that is really bad or not. Its is not that warm with other games but on Control it reached 76 degrees ofc if i press esc it goes down, when i turn game again it slowly goes up to 70+ so is that normal or i can do smth to prevent that from happening. My pc specs are in the picture ( https://prnt.sc/pacq0t ). And my pc gets louder, but I think that is normal. P.S Sorry for my bad english :p Write if you need to know smth more
 
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" so is that normal or i can do smth to prevent that from happening. "

It is normal.
My GPUs hit the 70s all the time.
GTX 1060
GTX 1080
RTX 2080 Ti
If im gonna play games with that temperature for like few hours ( 2-3 ) is it gonna affect my gpu or its all good? Just making sure :)
 
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Also when I was playing new CoD MW and Control as well my sounds started to freeze as well as game sometimes and my friend said it is because of Gpu. It was not that often just sometimes.
 
If im gonna play games with that temperature for like few hours ( 2-3 ) is it gonna affect my gpu or its all good? Just making sure :)
You can play for hours or days if the temp is in the 70s....it shouldn't matter.
Gpus can even run in the low 80's without problems.
....as far as the sound problem....I don't think it's related to the GPU temperature.
 
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....as far as the sound problem....I don't think it's related to the GPU temperature.
Can it be related with hdd? Because i saw it use like 1.1T out of 2T and my game was lagging at that point and when it went down it was good again. My hdd: Seagate BarraCuda ST2000DM008 2TB 7200 RPM 256MB Cache . But its not often just sometimes, could be bacause game is in beta don't know really, its not like it bothers me that much, but I want to make sure im not gonna make my pc go nuts you know :D
 

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