Some very noob questions

Darkom

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Well i added the rtx 2060 gaming Z to my collection today, (still got the 1060, and the one before was the 960, all gaming x versions)
im little concerened about the the fan speed for some odd reason
First: Did you guys seperate the fanspin of both the fans on the card? (60c, f1 @ 31%, f2 @ 45%).
If so then why?
second: I know the fans can spin at 3000+rpm, and also they wont spin if the load or temp are below 60c but am little concearned that F1 is @ around 1100 rpm (31%) and F2 is at 1500 ish rpm (45%)
Should i be worried?
btw i know the temp has to be lower normally bc where i live im in the middle of a heatwave (31c @ 21:00)
an last one first i wanted todo was a burnin with the card but bc of the weather here should i wait for it?
 

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It is normal that the fans are at different speeds as they are independently controlled and covering different zones. So there is nothing to worry. There is also no need to intefere with the auto control.

You did not add what temps the card is at so no way to answer the rest.
 

Darkom

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i figured that that was the case
maximum 66C on intensive game (horizon zero dawn complete edition)
but today just figured out that not alot of games use DLSS and RT yet(bummer), but i am glad that now i have a card that out performs the 1070 ^^
 

Darkom

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so the one fan is for the gpu and the other one for the VRM and Mofets or however you spell it?
 

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Darkom said:
maximum 66C on intensive game (horizon zero dawn complete edition)
That is perfect.

Darkom said:
so the one fan is for the gpu and the other one for the VRM and Mofets or however you spell it?
Yes, more or less at least the control works according to those temps. Of course both fans are needed for the entire cooling.
 
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