Question GTX 1080ti 90c while idle

Jan 9, 2021
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First post.
I have a MSI GTX 1080ti Seahawk (not overclocked).
Today I turned the computer on and the GPU fan was running loud (3800rpm) constantly. I checked corsair link and the temperature was 90.0c. I was also getting artifacting on both my monitors. Clock speeds were all over the place constantly flickering from 139 to 501 to 1433 and back. All this was while Idle on home screen. Task manager states GPU usage at 2%. Card is also cool to the touch. When I turn the computer on it starts up at about 50c and within a minute climbs to 90c.
I am out of ideas on what I could do to fix this.
This happened once before about 12 months ago, however I forget if I did anything specific to get it working normally again.

What i've tried:
  1. turn it off and on again
  2. take apart GPU and clean out all dust.
  3. update windows and GPU drivers
  4. reinstall GPU drivers (by pressing reinstall button on Geforce Experience)
 
Dec 18, 2020
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First post.
I have a MSI GTX 1080ti Seahawk (not overclocked).
Today I turned the computer on and the GPU fan was running loud (3800rpm) constantly. I checked corsair link and the temperature was 90.0c. I was also getting artifacting on both my monitors. Clock speeds were all over the place constantly flickering from 139 to 501 to 1433 and back. All this was while Idle on home screen. Task manager states GPU usage at 2%. Card is also cool to the touch. When I turn the computer on it starts up at about 50c and within a minute climbs to 90c.
I am out of ideas on what I could do to fix this.
This happened once before about 12 months ago, however I forget if I did anything specific to get it working normally again.

What i've tried:
  1. turn it off and on again
  2. take apart GPU and clean out all dust.
  3. update windows and GPU drivers
  4. reinstall GPU drivers (by pressing reinstall button on Geforce Experience)
Check the liquid pump if its in working condition. Or you should advise going to a nearest service so they can take a look at it and pottentialy fix it if there is a problem. Also your gpu is probably thermal throttling becouse of high temperature, thats why clock speeds are jump up and down.
 

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