Aorus 17 X, 2080 Super Intel gen 10

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  1. GTVEVO

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    Humm, mine only supports gsync for external monitors, and its a 240hz monitor not a 300hz. You might have a newer model which sounds crazy since I waited so long. However the 240hz refresh is so fast that I don't think I would see much benefit with gsync, I can notice on my predator x34 monitor with gsync enabled though.
     
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    Hello, whats your max temps during gaming for some hours on this machine? Is the 4.4+ghz consistent?
     
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    Well it depends on the game but it seems to target low 80s but will creep up if the AI switches fan profiles on me. It seems to do this quite often even when I disable it which usually leads me to killing it.
     
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    Is that on 4.6ghz or 4.4ghz? Low 80s i mean
     
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    Stock clocks, it depends on the game I am just stating the average. Any specific game you want me to test?
     
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    Could you perhaps tell me your CPU and GPU temps and FPS while playing dayz standalone (max settings everywhere) for round about 30min? Starring at the grass is also fine
     
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    Looks like an average of upper 70s but I saw spikes in the lower 80s for the CPU, the GPU was always less than 70 it seemed. A couple of images below.

    Turned off AI and ran gaming fan profile all the way through.
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    Thats pretty good tbh, this is all stock? How much ghz did your boost to? By gaming fan you mean 100% fan speed? Do you have a way to measure the decibel? Lousy phone app at the fan exit would be enough for me to compare it to my previous i7 10700k (x170 smg)which i had to limit to 4.4ghz to reach your temps
     
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    CPU is running -90 offest for max stability and liquid metal paste on the CPU and ICD on the GPU. This was just the gaming fan profile, not full speed. The 10980HK was mostly running between x44 and x48 and moving in between speeds on the stock clocks during game play, looks like the wattage was around 77 watts.

    According the the gaming fan profile chart it was around 65-70% fan speed
     
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    Oh i see, your metal paste was applied by yourself? Do you have instructions if you did? How was it when you bought it? Temps etc

    Thank you for your quick and pleasent answers
     
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