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An RTX 3080 Fanless?

An RTX 3080 Fanless?

An RTX 3080 Fanless in a 100% Fanless PC

The passive housing manufacturer Turemetal wanted to demonstrate the effectiveness of its baby. The particularity of its chassis is to be entirely made of aluminum and with a multitude of heat pipes. These heat pipes are “connected” to the overall body of the box which then works a little bit like an aluminum radiator. For the demonstration of its high-end model, the UP10, the machine was composed of an AMD Ryzen 5 5600X and a GeForce RTX 3080…fanless of course. Turemetal RTX 3080 fanless Until now, this chassis has been used with cards with a TDP of less than 100W, such as the GeForce GTX 1050 Ti or GTX 1650 Ti. Therefore, some concessions had to be made in order to make the RTX 3080 work. Its frequency was limited to 1575 MHz. An ASUS RTX 3080 TUF Gaming ASUS was used as a basis. In the applied stress tests, the overall power consumption of the system rose to 410W (including 347W for the GPU alone).

87°c max for the graphic card

The GPU of the RTX 3080 fanless is cooled using 7 copper heat pipes, which are typically 8 mm thick, while the processor is cooled using 4 x 6 mm thick heat pipes. At the end of a FurMArk session, the temperature of the GPU is raised to 87°c. However, this temperature remains below the high temperature limit of the GPU (91°C). RTX 3080 FanlessRTX 3080 Fanless

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