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High temps yet lots of air flow.

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Hi, I have been having high motherboard temps around the 50C range and it gets me nervous. My CPU is liquid cooled and overclocked. I dropped my clock down a little to bit to control the temps better. I started getting high temps when I replaced my radiator fans with noctura fans. My PC sounded like a jet engine on startup. I added some fans inside the case that just sit there and that helped a little bit but I'm planning on changing my Ryzen 1600 to a Ryzen 2700. Any ideas on how to get the temps lower? I'm considering drilling holes for more intake fans. image0.jpg

Victor F. 

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Just now, emosun said:

thats not hot , 80-90c is where you need to start to worry

my laptop idles at 50c

motherboard temps not CPU. my cpu is fine. 

Victor F. 

My hobbies include: machining, electronics, radiation, and guns

DESKTOP: CPU: Ryzen 5 3600  Motherboard: Asus ROG B550-I RAM: Corsair Vegenence DDR4-3000 SSD: Samsung 970 Pro GPU: MSI GTX1070 Ti Titanium CASE: NZXT H1

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2 minutes ago, anonvx said:

motherboard temps not CPU. my cpu is fine. 

Mines 41C at idle. If you got plenty of airflow, your fine. This isn't a random new issue right?

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1 minute ago, anonvx said:

motherboard temps not CPU. my cpu is fine. 

50c is , also not that hot for a motherboard either

50c might be hot for maybe a hard drive but if you're talking about a north or southbridge thats not hot for a microchip

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1 minute ago, suchamoneypit said:

Mines 41C at idle. If you got plenty of airflow, your fine. This isn't a random new issue right?

no, thanks

Victor F. 

My hobbies include: machining, electronics, radiation, and guns

DESKTOP: CPU: Ryzen 5 3600  Motherboard: Asus ROG B550-I RAM: Corsair Vegenence DDR4-3000 SSD: Samsung 970 Pro GPU: MSI GTX1070 Ti Titanium CASE: NZXT H1

LAPTOP: Apple MacBook Pro i7, 16gb ram, 256gb ssd. (2018 model) 

CAMERA: Panasonic Lumix G85

PHONE: iPhone 7 

DRONE: Dji Mavic Pro

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What case are you using and how are your fans and radiator set up?  I can't really tell what's going on with that picture you uploaded.

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What AIO and where? Rear mounted AIO can block airflow to mobo parts. That said, my mobo is at 70C under load. You are quite fine.

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