[SOLVED] Msi rtx 2070 super ventus oc it is hot?

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Hi. I was looking for a gpu gtx 2060 super and I found an msi rtx 2060 super gaming x and for about 15 usd more, I got an msi rtx 2070 super ventus oc.
The only thing that stopped me from buying the 2070 super right now, is that I didn't find many reviews on the internet about this model and that for the little that I managed to see, it is quite hot. On the other hand, the gaming x series has very good cooling, that's why I don't know if I should go for the 2060 super. I would like the gpu to last me at least 4 years.
Does anyone have a recommendation? Especially the msi rtx 2070 super ventus oc.
 
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Great, I'll ask you an extra question. With a SeaSonic M12II 620W can I drive this GPU? From the accounts I did, it's supposed to be possible, but the MSI itself recommends a 650w.

I just bought an Aerocool AirHawk Duo, which according to some reviews, has very good airflow too.

When it's 77 degrees, what % of speed do the fans go at?
That will be plenty, 650W is a huge overkill recommendation. i have a 2070 super and 3600x and my estimated power draw is barely over 400w. At 77 degrees my fans are at 80%, i've never gone over 80, so my fans have never kicked into 100%
 
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Hi. I was looking for a gpu gtx 2060 super and I found an msi rtx 2060 super gaming x and for about 15 usd more, I got an msi rtx 2070 super ventus oc.
The only thing that stopped me from buying the 2070 super right now, is that I didn't find many reviews on the internet about this model and that for the little that I managed to see, it is quite hot. On the other hand, the gaming x series has very good cooling, that's why I don't know if I should go for the 2060 super. I would like the gpu to last me at least 4 years.
Does anyone have a recommendation? Especially the msi rtx 2070 super ventus oc.
The card seems to be fine in terms of cooling. If you have decent case airflow it will do great. Have you considered AMD gpu's? I personally would take the 2070 super since it doesn't cost much more and is more powerful.
 
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Hey, I have the 2070 Super Ventus OC and mine has never gone over 77 degrees under full load , i also have fairly decent airflow (meshify c case with some powerful 140mm fans in front)

edit : worth noting that these temps could possibly be improved with a more aggressive fan curve, i believe that's only with the fans at 80 percent
 
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The card seems to be fine in terms of cooling. If you have decent case airflow it will do great. Have you considered AMD gpu's? I personally would take the 2070 super since it doesn't cost much more and is more powerful.
I was looking at the sapphire RX 5700 xt pulse,
but because of the problems, they've been having I prefer to go for an Nvidia GPU. And with a 2070 super, if I understand correctly, it equals performance, right?
 
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Hey, I have the 2070 Super Ventus OC and mine has never gone over 77 degrees under full load , i also have fairly decent airflow (meshify c case with some powerful 140mm fans in front)

edit : worth noting that these temps could possibly be improved with a more aggressive fan curve, i believe that's only with the fans at 80 percent
Great, I'll ask you an extra question. With a SeaSonic M12II 620W can I drive this GPU? From the accounts I did, it's supposed to be possible, but the MSI itself recommends a 650w.

I just bought an Aerocool AirHawk Duo, which according to some reviews, has very good airflow too.

When it's 77 degrees, what % of speed do the fans go at?
 
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The MSI 2070S is a reasonable option for the price.

I'm not saying to get this gpu but I have an Asus ROG 2070S, never goes above 62C in Corsair Carbide 100R case.
My doubt is about this particular model because it's the only one I can get. If it was the gaming x, I would have bought it without hesitation.

Do you think that with a SeaSonic M12II 620W I can handle the 2070S?
 
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Great, I'll ask you an extra question. With a SeaSonic M12II 620W can I drive this GPU? From the accounts I did, it's supposed to be possible, but the MSI itself recommends a 650w.

I just bought an Aerocool AirHawk Duo, which according to some reviews, has very good airflow too.

When it's 77 degrees, what % of speed do the fans go at?
That will be plenty, 650W is a huge overkill recommendation. i have a 2070 super and 3600x and my estimated power draw is barely over 400w. At 77 degrees my fans are at 80%, i've never gone over 80, so my fans have never kicked into 100%
 
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That will be plenty, 650W is a huge overkill recommendation. i have a 2070 super and 3600x and my estimated power draw is barely over 400w. At 77 degrees my fans are at 80%, i've never gone over 80, so my fans have never kicked into 100%
Thank you very much. I am thinking to go for the same setup.
 

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