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Anima core

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    Anima core #7127

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    United Kingdom

System

  • CPU
    AMD Ryzen 3700x
  • Motherboard
    MSI x570 Gaming PLUS
  • RAM
    Samsung 32GB 2400MHz DDR4
  • GPU
    MSI GTX 1080 TI DUKE
  • Case
    Be Quiet! Dark 700
  • Storage
    512 M.2 NVME/240GB SSD/3TB HDD/4TB HDD
  • PSU
    EVGA 650 GOLD
  • Display(s)
    x2 AOC 2590G4
  • Cooling
    Be Quiet! Dark Rock Pro 4
  • Keyboard
    Logitech G213
  • Mouse
    Logitech G900
  • Sound
    SteelSeries Arctic 7 Wireelss
  • Operating System
    Windows 10 Home
  • Laptop
    Microsoft Surface Book CPU: i7-6600u, 16GB RAM, 512GB M.2 SSD

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  1. Thanks everyone so much for their help
  2. @noxdeouroboros So now everything is back together, it seemed to just been an airflow issue. Might invest in a new cooler in the future but its now idling at 45 degrees so it'll be alright. Been a while since i've also used an air cooler so hopefully i've sorted it all now.
  3. @boggy77 Update: Updated my bios, updated the chipset and still same thing occuring. Going to try re seat the CPU and 8 pin cpu connector and see if that helps at all Edit: I think i've sorted it, So i've reseated the CPU, 8 pin, 24 pin. Updated the bios and chipset but also set 2 of my top fans as intake instead of extract so that the cpu fan can draw more air in. I've also tinkered with the fan curve in the bios so that the fans don't spike and drive me crazy. With the side panel off it seems that the idle temp has now went down to 43 degrees, will put the sides back on and update you from there. Maybe it was just the fact there wasn't enough air going to the CPU cooler? It still seems to spike when i open a new tab or something but not much. I'll update you with more results after further testing.
  4. Updating the bios now so will let you know. Motherboard is running around 35°c-40°c so doesn't seem to be overheating How does one check about the power plan? Its on best performance in Windows
  5. Also to note ive used ARTIC MX-2 Thermal paste
  6. Here's a gif of what happens if i open chrome. I guess the PPT rises casuing the temp to go up? So maybe the 8 pin is loose? https://i.gyazo.com/50fd825ba041f7761cccc51939eb2f8a.mp4
  7. Nah CPU was fresh out the box today
  8. Tried removing the side panel, same thing. Probably just worth me buying a new Cooler
  9. Re applied new thermal paste again & reseated. Will run for a little and let you know. ATM still seems to have a jump in temperature randomly. Do you think my fan setup could have anything to do with it? Should i change the top fans to draw air in and just have the 1 exhaust out the back?
  10. Will give it a try, i did originally reseat it & tried replacing the thermal paste. I may just buy a different cooler for it
  11. Ya I made sure, Seems when ever i open a new tab/program the temp spikes and fans go hella loud haha (73 degree spike from general usage) Could this just be because it needs time to settle? Probably been up and running for about an hour since install. I've been using intel for the past few years and not had this sorta thing happen.
  12. Update: Just seemed to be an airflow issue in the end, Just something I overlooked. Thanks everyone for their help i really appreciate it Hi All, So i've finally upgraded to a Ryzen 3700x but seems the temps are higher than i'd expect for idle/low usage. I seem to be getting between 50-60 Degrees C (Using the stock cooler) When running Prime95 for Maximum heat it seems to peak around 75 Degrees C after a 10 min test, Consisent 69-70 Degrees Surely i've gotta be doing something wrong? (Aside from using a stock cooler ;P) If you need to know my fan setup i've got (all Be quiet!) (Be Quiet! Dark 700 Case) Front: 2 140mm silent wing (Intake) Top: 3 120mm Pure wing (extracting) Rear:1 140mm Pure wing (extracting) Whole PC Specs: Ryzen 3700x 32GB Samsung 2400MHz RAM MSI 1080TI Duke 11GB EVGA 650W Gold Semi-Modular PSU MSI X570 Gaming Plus Motherboard Edit: Benchmark results if need: https://www.userbenchmark.com/UserRun/26297601
  13. Ya ive had this case for a while. I was looking on ebuyer and they had an offer on the MSI MPG X570 GAMING PLUS so ended up buying that one
  14. Aye been looking at this one, Think it might look tiny in my Bequiet dark 700 case though haha
  15. Thanks Ideally i'm wanting to spend up to £150 on a board to support a Ryzen 7 3700x but im a little clueless when it comes to ryzen since ive been using intel for so long. I require 2x m.2 if you have any recommendations (something i can use out of box) I suppose i could always purchase a cheap AM4 CPU to flash it with, just thought of that while writing this haha
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