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Asus Strix GTX 1080 Ti OC Ambient Temperature
HWiNFO 5.73.3350

Being busy since I've got my Strix, playtime was cut to a minimum.
Today, I played for about 2 hours and noticed hwinfo showing GPU Ambient Temperature with a max of 87 deg. Celsius.
This is while CPU max was 65 and GPU 68 deg. Celsius.
Room temperature ~ 22 deg. Celsius

Isn't the reported temperature a bit high? Might be a faulty sensor? Or wrong reading on behalf of hwinfo?
I could not find such a sensor in Asus GPU Tweak It II.
GPU running at Gaming Mode using Asus GPU Tweak It II.
CPU at 4.7 Ghz.
The rest of the components like M.2 SSD, HDDs, report a max temperature of 32 deg. Celsius
Anyone else with the same model care to share their max values?

Thank you
That temperature should be real. It might be the temperature VRMs on GPU.
Thank you for the reply Martin,

After reading,9.html in which they thermal imaged the card, I tend to agree that the sensor is for VRM.
In this case, should I open a bug report for changing the sensor name to GPU VRM Temperature instead of GPU Ambient Temperature?

Thank you.
I will rename that sensor if we are really sure that it's the VRM.
On all sites that thermal imaged this card, VRM temperatures reached 87-88 deg. Celsius. The same as reported by HWiNFO as Ambient Temperature on mine.
If there is anything I can provide to help, let me know.
OK, that should be sufficient Smile I will rename the sensor.

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