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Posted · Original PosterOP

Hi Guys, I'm currently running a 3600 and 1070 with EKWB Fluid gaming line up of parts (GPU + 360 Rad Top Exhaust + CPU + 240 Rad Side intake; loop is in that order)

My GPU temps are fine, however my cpu temps seem abit high (idle 41-54), stress test 75 - 80 degrees (depending on work load) Typically (60 -70 ish under gaming loads etc

I've repasted several times and changed washers (cause the previous ones might be a bit thicker than the manual specified) and while temps have come down abit, I'm still perplexed if these are the kind of cpu temperatures i should be expecting. I am living in a tropical climate where ambient is about 30-32 degrees typically. 

Was wondering if this is caused by low flow rate due to the pump (still using the SPC) or if this really is all normal for this loop.

Any insights/advice would be much appreciated.


 

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Those temps are 100% normal. The 3000 series CPUs are wonky with there voltages at idle, usually sitting in the 1.45v or higher range and coming down under an all core load. My 3700x under full load with a full custom loop is usually in the low 80s as well and sits in the 60-70 range while gaming as well. 


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Posted · Original PosterOP
2 hours ago, Skiiwee29 said:

Those temps are 100% normal. The 3000 series CPUs are wonky with there voltages at idle, usually sitting in the 1.45v or higher range and coming down under an all core load. My 3700x under full load with a full custom loop is usually in the low 80s as well and sits in the 60-70 range while gaming as well. 

thanks for the reply!

Guess I'm just paranoid about temps especially with how it affects clocks for ryzen.

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My 3800x gets similar temps with everything on Auto under a 360/280 rad. Applying a -0.075 offset on the vcor reduced my load temps under CBR20 to 70c and game temps to 57c.

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6 hours ago, Ex14 said:

Hi Guys, I'm currently running a 3600 and 1070 with EKWB Fluid gaming line up of parts (GPU + 360 Rad Top Exhaust + CPU + 240 Rad Side intake; loop is in that order)

My GPU temps are fine, however my cpu temps seem abit high (idle 41-54), stress test 75 - 80 degrees (depending on work load) Typically (60 -70 ish under gaming loads etc

I've repasted several times and changed washers (cause the previous ones might be a bit thicker than the manual specified) and while temps have come down abit, I'm still perplexed if these are the kind of cpu temperatures i should be expecting. I am living in a tropical climate where ambient is about 30-32 degrees typically. 

Was wondering if this is caused by low flow rate due to the pump (still using the SPC) or if this really is all normal for this loop.

Any insights/advice would be much appreciated.


 

The only pump you can change to with your current setup is this (made for fluid) https://www.ekfluidgaming.com/ek-acr-revo-d5-mx 

Your temps seem fine, but you may see higher clocks with a new pump. 


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