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Posted · Original PosterOP

hello i have an i7 8700 cofee lake cpu and its posting up to 90 degrees when i am playing pub g i am concerned about it and i am using intels fan with an etech case 3 front fans and 1 rear fan my motherboard is asrock b360m hdv

and my gpu is 2070 rtx my performance is great i dnt have problems jst temp

 

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Replace the cooler.

 

Gammaxx 400 is like 20$


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5 minutes ago, nabihelias said:

i7 8700 coffee lake and its posting up to 90 degreesi am using intels fan

 

This.
More surface area to work with on a larger cooler will 100% Cure those IntelStockHeatsink woes...
There are $20 "tower" coolers that'll do the job, but if you wanted something a little juicier... see below.
 

Examples
https://graphicscardhub.com/budget-cpu-cooler/

https://www.pcpartguide.com/best-cpu-coolers-under-50/
It wont be hard to find something better with average temps between 60-80*c depending how YOU prefer things to be...


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Posted · Original PosterOP

i was thinking of water cooling i have place in my case it will cost me like 50 to 70 $ and i can afford it if its worth it thank you guys for help

 

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9 minutes ago, nabihelias said:

hello i have an i7 8700 cofee lake cpu and its posting up to 90 degrees when i am playing pub g i am concerned about it and i am using intels fan with an etech case 3 front fans and 1 rear fan my motherboard is asrock b360m hdv

and my gpu is 2070 rtx my performance is great i dnt have problems jst temp

 

Just a hyperx 212, or any nocturna will do 

 

edit: if your not confident using a aio or a full loop but a aio would do very well


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2 minutes ago, nabihelias said:

i was thinking of water cooling i have place in my case it will cost me like 50 to 70 $ and i can afford it if its worth it thank you guys for help

 

At any given price, air cooling outperforms water cooling. I really wouldn't spring for cheap radiators in the $70 range, if you wanted to get something good you'd have to expand your budget. Cheap tower coolers for like $30 will do just as well.


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