question on evga 2060 rtx 8 gig sc ultra

  1. Posts : 19
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    question on evga 2060 rtx 8 gig sc ultra

    got evga 2060 rtx 8 gig sc ultra card. anybody use their software to adjust fan curve. this card has idle fan off at desktop or low gaming. hot hot does this card get
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  2. Posts : 1,277
    Windows 10

    first of there is a dedicated forum for evga and it has a lot of their dedicated card users sharing experience here .

    second of what i understood from posts the 2060 rtx apparently ship in two versions , the 1 fan and the 2 fan , the 1 fan has everybody crazy of how hot it gets and the 2 fan version gets less bash but still have its set of complains .

    third the fan control is handled by the video card bios and thus to fix this you need to raise awareness in that forum of your case plus send out support emails to have it updated .

    fourth the only thing you can do until then is to uncheck the automatic fan control in the dedicated evga control panel so the fan is constantly on but this would rather wear it out soon , but then you can ask in such forums about how to create a custom profile for fan in relation to temperature , some people were able to achieve it on 1080 ti so maybe there is a way unless the fan controller is significantly different since 60 is the economical version of the 80 where they like to call the 80s the beast versions .
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  3. Posts : 19
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    Thread Starter

    it is 2 fan. there is a evga software so fan will operate at a lower temperature almost like the after burner software. I will go to that forum thanks will ask evga tech support.
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  4. Posts : 920
    Windows 10 Pro

    You can use either MSI Afterburner or EVGA's Precision X software to set custom fan speeds for your card. I had the EVGA OC Black version of the RTX2060 and that ran hot, although EVGA say that 70 - 80 Degrees C is within normal operating temps.
    My card died within 2 months of use, never overclocked, could have been heat or just silicon lottery.
    But in general these cards do run hot.
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