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Posted · Original PosterOP

I just bought a 220T RGB Airflow Corsair case. I'm using an RTX 2060 Super, R5 2600 with 16 GB RAM DDR4. I have 3 Corsair SP120 RGB Pro fans as intake and a Pure Wings 2 as exhaust on the rear side of the case.

The temperature of my CPU (R5 2600) is around 48°C idle, sometimes going up to 50, and my GPU's around 53°C, idle. The fans of my GPU only turn on when the temperature goes above 60 iirc. 

 

Plus, the fans are a bit noisy, this is my MSI Afterburner curve: 

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After 5 minutes of Furmark, these are the values:

CPU temp: 54°C min, 57°C max

GPU temp: 48°C min, 64°C max

 

Are these values alright? How do I know if my case has actually a good airflow? 

Thanks.

 

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seems alright. Your case has good ventilation so you should expect good airflow. If you want to see your max temps, you should stress test with something more intensive like aida64

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Posted · Original PosterOP
4 minutes ago, Derrk said:

seems alright. Your case has good ventilation so you should expect good airflow. If you want to see your max temps, you should stress test with something more intensive like aida64

Thanks, will do that right now and update this post!

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Below 85C is fine.


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Posted · Original PosterOP

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These are the results.

HWMonitor shows a 94°C max (that didn't last long), and fluctuated around 80°C. When I stopped, it fell to 57, now at 55 and going lower.

 

Edit: 50°C now

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I just added a 2nd exhaust fan, is it good even if I used a fan from my old Zalman Z11 Plus case? It looks like the temperature is lower overall and the PC is less noisy, or maybe it's placebo.

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Posted · Original PosterOP

I have a R5 2600 with stock cooler, RTX 2060 Super and a 220T Airflow Corsair case.

On idle, I get around 48-50C on my CPU, while using Aida or Prime95 (100% load) it goes up to 85-93C.

Got 3 intake fans and 2 exhaust. 

 

Got 70C with the GTA V benchmark, should I be concerned? Should I invest in an aftermarket CPU cooler?

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16 minutes ago, RAM555789 said:

I wouldn't be concerned. Prime95 is designed to stress your CPU to the max and it's very rare to see real world applications, much less gaming put similar stress on a CPU.

I have an overclocked Ryzen 5 2600 and after 3 hours of Prime95 the maximum temperature is 70°C,

For a cooler i use a 212 EVO.

But with the stock cooler and stock settings i get a maximum of 70°C...

 

You can try in a real world application like Cinebench R20,

I must admit something is strange here.


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1 minute ago, RAM555789 said:

I wouldn't be concerned. Prime95 is designed to stress your CPU to the max and it's very rare to see real world applications, much less gaming put similar stress on a CPU.

Getting around 60C on CSGO, everything maxed out at 1080p. I think I'll get an aftermarket cooler anyway, how's the be quiet! Pure Rock Slim BK008?

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1 minute ago, Vishera said:

I have an overclocked Ryzen 5 2600 and after 3 hours of Prime95 the maximum temperature is 70°C,

For a cooler i use a 212 EVO.

But with the stock cooler and stock settings i get a maximum of 70°C...

 

You can try in a real world application like Cinebench R20,

I must admit something is strange here.

Do you think I should probably get an aftermarket cooler and re apply thermal paste?

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Just now, Leley said:

Do you think I should probably get an aftermarket cooler and re apply thermal paste?

I got an aftermarket cooler for my Ryzen 5 2600 myself and i absolutely love it :D

And thermal paste is also a factor,I use Arctic MX-2.


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Just now, Vishera said:

I got an aftermarket cooler for my Ryzen 5 2600 myself and i absolutely love it :D

And thermal paste is also a factor,I use Arctic MX-2.

Do you think it'll help having a NH-D15 and re applying thermal paste?

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3 minutes ago, Leley said:

Do you think it'll help having a NH-D15 and re applying thermal paste?

Yes,but that's an overkill solution,that's not a bad thing though,

The NH-D15 is sweet.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, Vishera said:

Yes,but that's an overkill solution,that's not a bad thing though,

The NH-D15 is sweet.

Alright, thanks! 

Will it fit on my 220T Corsair case though?

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1 minute ago, Leley said:

Alright, thanks! 

Will it fit on my 220T Corsair case though?

It will fit but without the fans,


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Just now, Leley said:

What about the D15S then? is it still good?

It's the exact same cooler but with just one fan less.


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4 minutes ago, Leley said:

What about the D15S then? is it still good?

The Noctua NH-D14 will fit,it's a very nice cooler.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
7 minutes ago, Vishera said:

The Noctua NH-D14 will fit,it's a very nice cooler.

The D14 and D15S are the same price, do you think the S will fit?

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6 minutes ago, Leley said:

The D14 and D15S are the same price, do you think the S will fit?

If you remove the fan it will fit,but it will reduce the performance of the cooler,

So i recommend the D14 instead.

The D14 is an excellent cooler.

 

Edit: Both fit


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11 minutes ago, Leley said:

The D14 and D15S are the same price, do you think the S will fit?

It will fit,and i recommend the D15S.


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Posted · Original PosterOP
Just now, Vishera said:

It will fit,and i recommend the D15S.

hehe, thank you so much for your research! I'll buy that one.

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11 minutes ago, Leley said:

hehe, thank you so much for your research! I'll buy that one.

Glad i helped :D

and Merry Christmas🎄


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