Better airflow? More fans? Liquid cooling? Case cleaning? Repasting? Frequent stress tests? Moving to Alaska? How do I manage my GPU’s red-hot temps!
The AMD RX 580 has a great market share. As such, it’s only natural that your old RX 580 is becoming pretty inefficient in terms of temperatures. Let’s see how you can water cool it to get performance like a new card.
So, you’ve got a flashy new RX 5700 XT. Great. AMD video cards run hotter than Nvidia ones. Time to get some reliable, efficient, robust water cooling for this red, mean beast.
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The 2080 Ti is a rockstar. No wonder a lot of gamers still use one. The 30-series might have its bells and whistles, but the 2080 Ti is a true powerhouse. As such, it’s also a heat production machine. Is air cooling not sufficient for your needs? Well then, fret not. Let’s go over the water cooling blocks for RTX 2080 Ti that are properly tested to work wonders.
RTX 3080 is a powerful GPU. It’s perhaps the best or the second-best (after 3080 Ti). Managing temperatures on it can be quite the hassle with typical air cooling. Let’s see the options we have for water cooling it.
If your temperatures are unbearably high while you play games, then yes, liquid cooling is going to be worth it. It does come with certain risks and a high price tag if you go with branded all-in-one kits.
Liquid cooling or water cooling is the alternative to fan cooling with heatsinks. Mostly, it’s better, and also a little riskier. Sometimes, water cooling can get pretty expensive.