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hello café,

i recently bought two of the rtx 2080 ti, great cards, but if it would be winter any more i would not need

to turn the heating one, the whole computer is getting super hot.- is this normal, anyone experiences

with this?

cheers ... marian

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You should download MSI afterburner so you can control the heat and power usage a bit.
I have 2 RTX cards for rendering and for daily work I have the temp and power usages set pretty low.  When I let a project render overnight I increase the power consumption and fans.
just an idea though ;-)

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You are probably using about 800 watts when the two cards are running full power.  That is a lot of heating for a room.  An electric heater I have is 1000 watts so your computer should put out almost as much heat as my electric heater.

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You need to give more details, like what pc case you are using, how is ventilated, how many case fans do you have and how they are setup, what are your rtx 2080 Ti temperatures under load, and so on...

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