Does a GPU, like a Strix, produce heat when integrated graphics is running, such as during web browsing? For example, I believe the integrated graphics of the Intel 8700 handles the graphics during undemanding desktop tasks - like web browsing. At those times, you'd imagine that a Strix 1080 would be described as "idle" and that the fans wouldn't be spinning... but is the Strix still producing heat, at that time? So, when members on these forums talk about a card being "idle", do they mean that it's not producing any heat? Or do they just mean that it's running at such a low level, that the fans don't spin? This would seem to matter for me, because I'm trying to work out if a Strix is going to be generating heat when the integrated graphics will be handling things, which is 95% of the time, for me.